Join us on 28th and 29th April for two days of high-level keynotes and interactive panel discussions as we hear from the experts in the industry, leading the way on the UK's Net Zero ambitions. Registration coming shortly.
Wednesday 28th April:
The Future Buildings and Future Home Standards
Our first day of Net Zero Live will set out to look at the Future Buildings and Future Home Standards consultations in detail and explore what the changes will mean in the industry.
The Government recently published the Future Buildings Standard consultation, marking the second stage of a two-part consultation which proposes great changes to building regulations in the UK.
It builds on the Future Homes Standard launched in 2019 which focussed on improving energy efficiency of new homes, and further sets out energy and ventilation standards for non-domestic buildings & existing homes.
The changes highlighted in these documents have a huge impact on the industry at every level.
Hear from our panel of experts as we explore the changes and what these will mean for our industry.
Thursday 29th April:
Delivering Net Zero Buildings
Our second day of Net Zero Live will delve into the delivery of Net Zero Buildings as we explore the practicalities involved with upholding the new Building regulations and standards.
With the UK having been one of the first major economies to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to Net Zero by 2050, developers and investors are acutely aware of the need to deliver net zero carbon buildings and it is imperative that all new and existing buildings are fit for purpose.
We will hear from leaders from all levels of the project teams as we understand the practical implications of delivering net zero buildings.
- How can we build Net Zero in to both the design process and the initial stakeholder decision-making processes?
- What are the cost implications in delivering Net Zero buildings?
- How can we incorporate new innovations and technologies from the beginning to achieve Net Zero buildings?