Webinar: Building a Springboard for Low Carbon House Developers, June 18, 11am EDT

  • 18 June 2020
  • Start time : 11:00 AM
  • End time : 12:30 PM
Building a Springboard for Low Carbon House Developers
Event Description

All buildings need to be zero carbon by 2050 – so why aren’t small developers building more ‘eco-homes’ and pushing low carbon options?

The Government’s consultation on energy regulations to improve the efficiency of new homes concluded earlier this year. This event asks why more small developers aren’t already building ‘A rated’ and ‘zero carbon’ homes and how, in the context of the Covid crisis, we might encourage more to take the plunge and get ahead of the inevitable surge in eco-home building and energy efficiency retrofit.

This webinar will be presented by three local experts to bring their own unique perspective to this issue: Martin Valentine (Positive Homes), Richard Holmes (Third Stone) and David Radley (BWB). Representatives from the University of Derby’s Built Environment team, local Councils and Housing Associations will also contribute to the discussion.

  • Cost
    • FREE Event
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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