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What are the most practical and cost-effi cient ways to retrofi t existing homes?
How do you make new properties hit green targets while staying on budget?
What are the best materials and technologies to use in various environments?
What will the Green Deal mean for the social housing sector?

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Sustainable brochure-2

  1. 1. SUSTAINABLE SOCIAL HOUSING BEST PRACTICE CONFERENCE 13 & 14 APRIL 2011, DEXTER HOUSE, TOWER HILL, LONDON Opening message from Greg Barker, Minister of State for Climate Change LEARN FROM THE BEST AVOID COSTLY MISTAKES AND IMPROVE EFFICIENCY. A TWO DAY CONFERENCE PACKED WITH PRACTICAL CASE STUDIES AND ADVICE YOU CAN PUT TO WORK STRAIGHT AWAY. What are the most practical and cost-efficient ways to retrofit existing homes? How do you make new properties hit green targets while staying on budget? What are the best materials and technologies to use in various environments? What will the Green Deal mean for the social housing sector? Book now at SUSTAINABLE SOCIAL HOUSING Join the UK’s leading social housing Sponsors BOOK NOW BEST PRACTICE CONFERENCE sustainability professionals in April Technology Strategy Board’s Retrofit for the Future Programme 13 & 14 APRIL 2011, DEXTER HOUSE, TOWER HILL, LONDON Supported bySupporters & Sponsors LEARN FROM THE BEST Retrofit for the Future by Technology Strategy Board
  2. 2. DAY ONE: 13 APRIL FOR SPONS ORSHIP OR EXH IBITION RETROFITTING FOR A SECURE FUTURE OPPOR TUNITIE contact Sarah S Chair - Nick Duxbury, Editor, Sustainable Housing Payling on 0 7881 97 5276 8.45 Registration and coffee 12.40 Lunch and exhibition visit 9.15 Opening address 2.00 Panel Discussion/audience Q&A Greg Barker, Minister of State for Climate Change, Featuring a selection of the morning’s speakers, will deliver a video message plus Richard Baines, Director of Sustainable Development, Black Country Housing 9.30 Scene setter – How much energy/carbon needs to be saved in social housing? 2.40 Retrofit in-situ versus decant – a debate How quickly do we need to accelerate the This session will look at the pros and cons of the programme to get us on target to hit our CO2 two options, and the cost implications. national reduction targets? Progress to date. Paul Ciniglio, Sustainability and Innovation Andrew Eagles, Managing Director, Manager, Radian Sustainable Homes Cathy Hough, Associate, Camco Jeremy Dickin, Stock Options Surveyor, Radian 10.00 Innovations in housing refurbishment An exclusive preview of the early lessons from the 3.40 Tea and exhibition visit various innovative approaches trialled across the 86 4.00 Working with tenants to reduce energy use in projects funded by the Retrofit for the Future the house programme. What ideas/technologies were tried? The University of Greenwich is seeking to develop What shows promise and what doesn’t? household interventions that reduce energy Ian Meikle, Head of Low Impact Buildings, consumption and fuel poverty, while improving Technology Strategy Board and Paul Ruyssevelt, occupier comfort. Developed with reference to Sustainable Energy and Carbon specialist observed behaviour patterns, these interventions 11.00 Coffee and exhibition visit are currently being tested in a number of RSLs across the UK. This presentation will 11.20 PassivHaus refurbishment examine the findings from this and other studies This session offers an essential explanation of the currently underway. PassivHaus standard, and experiences of Justine Cooper, Research Fellow, School of PassivHaus refurbs in the UK and Europe. It includes Architecture and Construction, University of a personal account of the practical challenges Greenwich involved in refurbishing one’s own home to this standard. 4.30 Financing retrofit Andy Simmonds, CEO, AECB - the Sustainable Understanding the Green Deal: opportunities for Building Association and Partner, Simmonds Mills landlords and other key stakeholders. Architects Nicholas Doyle, Head of Sustainable Development, Places for People 12.00 Case Study: Tower block retrofit Stephen Penlington, Policy Advisor, Green Deal An overview of the particular issues with retrofitting Financing and Legislation, DECC of tower blocks and the scale of the challenge in Martin Reeves, Chief Executive, Coventry the UK. Focusing on blocks such as Edward Woods City Council and Ferrier Point, the session looks at strategies, David Adams, Head of Retrofit, Willmott Dixon and the technical and tenant issues encountered and Founder, Zero Carbon Hub the results so far. Mark Elton, Associate Director, ECD Architects with 5.30 Networking drinks in the exhibition Liz Tuckwell, Regeneration Project Manager, London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham D AR BO IL ES LE NC ES FOR PEOP OM Y STRATEGY CITY COU NABLE H IAN ME NIC RY TAI A ND OG AC NT RT S H M OL PL SU RE OL W K AS VE IN RE EI LE CO N EA H EV DO GL T EC E S YLE ESTWO DAY DELEGATE PLACES JUST £399 +VAT • ONE DAY DELEGATE PLACES JUST £249 +VAT
  3. 3. DAY TWO: 14 APRIL NEW BUILDINGS, NEW MATERIALS, NEW TECHNOLOGIES Chair - Stuart Macdonald, Editor, Inside Housing 8.45 Registration and coffee 12.00 Case study: Graylingwell Park Award-winning Graylingwell Park will be the UK’s 9.10 Scene setter: Learning from the past – learning largest carbon neutral neighbourhood on completion, for the future: a short history of low energy with forty per cent of the 800-home community housing in the UK planned as affordable housing. We hear about John Willoughby, Energy and Environmental its innovative use of technology and successful Design Consultant Community Development Trust. Marcus Adams, Managing Partner, John Thompson 9.30 Case Study: PassivHaus developments: & Partners with Joyce Ferguson, Regional Assessing the PassivHaus standard and its Development Director and Julia Charter, Head of relevance to UK housing New Business, Affinity Sutton The UK’s first zero carbon Passive Houses were completed during summer 2010, in Wales. We hear 12.45 Q&A session for the teams from the case studies the latest results of the monitoring carried out over winter 2011 and a detailed breakdown of project 1.15 Lunch and exhibition visit costs in comparison with RICS house building costs. Plus, the latest info from an investment banker’s 2.30 New materials detailed assessment of PH standard running cost Andrew will be working with a panel of materials implications, using historic and future energy costs. experts and presenting a review of the most Justin Bere, Director, bere:architects important materials that may have a role to play in both new build housing and retrofit. Panel Chair: Andrew Mellor, Director, Environmental 10.15 Case Study: Hanham Hall Services, PRP Architects Hanham Hall, near Bristol, is being hailed as the UK’s first large scale zero carbon development. There has 3.30 Tea and exhibition visit been considerable interest in its progress and this presentation will be an exclusive preview of the first 3.50 New technologies dwellings, due to be occupied in early 2011. A review of the new technologies that are now Rory Bergin, Head of Sustainability and Innovation, available for retrofit and new build, chosen and HTA and Paul Newman, Technical Director, assessed by a panel of sustainability technology Kingspan Potten experts. Panel Chair: Bill Watts, Senior Partner, 11.00 Coffee and exhibition visit Max Fordham 11.20 Case Study: Unity Gardens 4.50 Summary and closing remarks from the Chair Winner of a Sustainable Housing Award in 2010, this project is a scheme of six Code 6, earth bunded WHO SHOULD ATTEND? homes in a rural location which makes extensive use Sustainability, regeneration, maintenance and of renewables, including wind. repairs professionals in RSLs & LAs Robert Edgar, Project Architect, SeArch Architects Surveyors; estate, property, asset and procurement managers Architects, contractors, consultants, energy providers and developers Financiers and policy makers working with the sector All suppliers active in affordable housing refurbishment and construction G IN B US HU RCHITECTS HO R BO N TRY CA UN NA ND PAPA RIC DA CO RO DIA UL PR VI ZE RE H CK W RA IN A D AR D DA C M IG BL A L EL BA MS IO LOR INE S WWW.INSIDEHOUSING.CO.UK/SUSTAINABLESOCIALHOUSING
  4. 4. WWW.INSIDEHOUSING.CO.UK/SUSTAINABLESOCIALHOUSING Who should attend? The Venu RSL professionals responsible for developing new homes, regeneration e projects or repairs programmes Sustainability directors and managers Maintenance officers, project managers, surveyors, community regeneration officers, property managers, asset and procurement officers, neighbourhood and estate managers FOR Architects and other construction consultants active in the SPONS ORSHIP The confe rence tak social housing sector OR EXH OPPOR IBITION House in es the City o place at Dexter TUNITIE from the f London S historic T , two min Contractors, specialist contractors and building product contact Sarah ower of L ondon. utes Payling suppliers active in social housing refurbishment 07881 9 on 75276 Booking Form: I would like to register the delegates below for Inside Housing’s Sustainable Social Housing Best Practice conference on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th April 2011 Please return this completed booking form to: Sharmila Gohil, Ocean Media Group, Bank House, 23 Warwick Road, Coventry, CV1 2EW Telephone: 024 7657 1111 Fax: 024 7657 1110 Email: Tick boxes below to indicate which days this delegate will be attending DELEGATES both days Wed’ 13 April only Thurs’ 14 April only1 First name Surname Job title Special dietary requirements2 First name Surname Job title Special dietary requirements Please reserve one day place(s) at £249+VAT (total payable £298.80) each or two day places at £399+VAT (total payable £478.80) each. Organisation Address Postcode Telephone Fax Email Signature Date Please select your preferred payment option below: I enclose a cheque payable to Ocean Media Group Please note that we can only accept payment by cheque up to two weeks before the event - i.e for bookings that arrive by 30 March 2011 Please charge my Mastercard/Visa If paying by personal credit card please supply home address below. Name Address Postcode Card Number Three digit security code Card holder’s name Expiry date Signature Please note that all credit card payments incur a 1.4% handling charge Please invoice my organisation Payment must be made in full before the conference, so we can only issue invoices up to 16 March 2011. Cancellation policy: Notification of cancellation must be made in writing at least 21 days prior to the event. Cancellation before 23 March 2011 - cancellation fee of 25%. Cancellation after 23 March 2011 - no refund. Please note that places can be transferred to other people from your organisation. Please note: The conference agenda is subject to change at the discretion of the organisers. It may be necessary to alter the content and timing of the progamme or the identity of the speakers. Data Protection: If you prefer NOT to be contacted by post, telephone or fax with regards to products and services that may be of interest to you, from Ocean Media Group Ltd, please tick here. If you would LIKE to receive emails or text/picture/video messages with regards to products and services that may be of interest to you, from Ocean Media Group Ltd, please tick here. SH2