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Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyond - By Peter Bonfield, BRE
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  • Next generation of sustainable housebuilding AIMC4 – world class R& D project funded by the TSB Innovative fabric solutions to get to CSH Level 4 not reliant on renewable technology – 12 x timber/concrete/hybrid homes – hybrid solution factors in need for thermal mass to mitigate effects of hot weather. Partnership between Crest Nicholson, Barratt Homes, Stewart Milne, Oxford Brooks, BRE - aim to share information and disseminate to industry – WOW Social sustainability big part of project – consumer surveys re design and post occupancy surveys
  • Shallow rafters poor brickwork, perished coping stones. Gables braced as liable to collapse
  • Left, timber sash replacement u value 1.5. Right uPVC sash replacement u value 1.4
  • Demo house C large roof area so significant heat loss reduced through insulation to u value 0.16
  • Significant gains still to be made from space heating Notes: (1) By end use, 2005; Source: Updated Energy and Carbon Emissions Projections, The Energy White Paper, May 2007; (2) Includes land use changes; (3) Includes exports, industrial processes and waste management; (4) 2004 data; Source: Climate Change – The UK Programme 2006
  • Significant gains still to be made from space heating Notes: (1) By end use, 2005; Source: Updated Energy and Carbon Emissions Projections, The Energy White Paper, May 2007; (2) Includes land use changes; (3) Includes exports, industrial processes and waste management; (4) 2004 data; Source: Climate Change – The UK Programme 2006
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    • 1. Fabric first and refurbishment; green deal and beyondCoRE’s Inaugural event!Dr Peter BonfieldChief Executive, BREPart of the BRE Trust
    • 2. A tipping point ?...... – Demographics – Mass urbanisation – Climate mitigation – Climate adaption – Fuel poverty – Technology integration – Rebalancing of the world’s economies – Communications – Austerity – Big change, big challenge, big opportunity, big threat, faster and faster! – Built environment – a key component
    • 3. • Health &BREEAM Categories Wellbeing • Management • Transport • Energy • Materials • Water • Waste • Land Use & • Pollution Ecology
    • 4. MISSION To deliver venues, facilities, infrastructure and transport on time for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games that are fit for purpose and in a way that maximises the delivery of a sustainable legacy within the available budget. Value for Money Fit for Purpose Sustainable DevelopmentCritical Success Factors/Priority Themes Safe & Equalities & Quality & Cost On Time Environment Legacy Secure Inclusion Functionality Promoting Environmental Functionality Programme On Time Health & Safety Financial Equality & Responsibility [Games and Cost for the Games Scope & Design legacy] Viability & WLC Diversity [energy, waste etc.] Health & Safety Ethical Ownership & Sub-programme Sub-programme Community Sourcing Design Construction Management Cost Time Engagement [Materials & impact & Operation human rights] Structure Health & Safety Community Project Project Inclusive Construction Behaviour Utilisation Cost Time Design quality & Culture & Benefits Security Supply Promoting Contract Contract [Design, construction Chain excellence and Cost Time & operations] Management innovation Employment [IR, skills, fair employment, wages, welfare provision] There will be a standard set of measuresKPIs Measures will be designed for each contract based upon these and the overall Policy values. For Construction Projects the UK Construction Industry KPIs will be used with detailed sub-measures beneath as required
    • 5. BRE Wales Innovation Park Ravenscraig Development near Glasgow
    • 6. VIP GUESTS 领导人参访
    • 7. 1 Visitor CentreMASTERPLAN 总平面 2 Car Park 11 1 10 2 3 Balancing Pond 7 4 Mound 3 5 Biofiltration lagoon 12 6 4 9 Retained Woodland Community Food 7 Production 8 Biofuel plantation 5 12 9 Plantation Gardens 6 8 10 Pedestrian Bridge 11 Vanke R&D Centre 12 Incubator Units
    • 8. Retrofitting the UK– 70-80% of the homes we have now in the UK will be with us in 2050– 27% CO2 arisings in the UK– More than 6 million homes (15 million people) in fuel poverty (25%)– More than £1.5 billion by the health service treating people from these homes. Societal problem– Potential to create 1000s of new jobs– Unlock innovation in companies to export– Inward investment potentiall
    • 9. Existing Structure
    • 10. F E B A G D C SAP/EPC rating 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 st ar t do or s w in do ws ve lu xgr ou n d flo or w al ls ro of li g ht in g ai rs ou rcw e at er he at inso g la rt he rm al SAP Improvement Demonstration House C ai rti gh tn es s M VH R 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% % CO2 reduction
    • 11. Newcastle Halifax Newcastle NewcastleElevate Leeds Todmorden Sheffield St Ives St Neots Renew Stable Block Renew East Thames x 20
    • 12. – Air Tightness Testing– Infra Red Thermography– SAP Modelling– PassivHaus Planning Package modelling– Energy testing– Specification preparation– Costs and payback periods for improvements 8.6°C 8– Measures needed to achieve higher EPC rating SP01 6– Supplier contributions 4– Whole house solutions 2 0.4°C
    • 13. £12,000 30%£10,000 25% £8,000 20% c £6,000 15% % £4,000 10% £2,000 5% £- 0% Low energy insulate floor MVHR Vacuum Air Solar PV Insulate Insulate roof Boiler Lighting glazing and airtightness walls upgrade new doors improved
    • 14. Home Owner overview – Ability to ‘Build your own’ package
    • 15. Part of the BRE Trust
    • 16. Learning programmesInfluencingTools and methodologiesHolistic learning – knowledge and skillsInterdisciplinary learning – trades and professionsAll agesInnovative techniquesSMEsReliable, independent training and advice
    • 17. Good luck!You’re much needed Go, Go!!

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