A one day conference for the social housing sector on ‘Adapting our homes to a changing climate’

February 17th, 2011 by Events

The one day conference organised by Sustainable Homes on 24 March 2011 will be at Assembly Hall, Church House, Westminster, London.

Agenda highlights include:

  • Policy updates on flooding, droughts and overheating from Government experts
  • Presentations of future climate scenarios for the UK
  • Case studies of successful risk response and mitigation measures within the housing sector
  • Practical tips for retrofitting buildings to improve resilience and long term sustainability

Benefits of attending

  • Understand the potential impact of climate change on the housing sector
  • Find out what can be done to make our homes more resilient to the impacts of climate change
  • Learn about the most cost-effective measures for retrofitting our buildings
  • Make the most of opportunities for discussion and networking
  • Gain certified Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits

Click on image to download PDF Sustainable Homes Conference & training course flyer)

Who should come?

Asset managers, maintenance contractors, housing professionals, energy efficiency offers, conservation officers and anyone with an interest in the future of housing in the UK.

Pricing

  • Private sector £385 per attendee
  • Public sector and Central Government (including housing associations or local authorities) £265 per attendee
  • Concessionary Discount (Non Governmental Organisations, Tenant Groups) £145 per attendee
  • SHIFT Learning Year member up to three delegates Free

Note: All prices exclude VAT.

Conference details

Date: Thursday 24th March 2011

Time: 10.30am to 4.30pm

Location: Assembly Hall, Church House, Westminster, Central London

Contact: 020 8973 0405 or info @ sustainablehomes.co.uk

For more information on this conference please visit the Sustainable Homes website.

Conference organisers

Sustainable Homes are a leading training and advisory consultancy specialising in sustainable housing.  SHIFT offers an independent and comprehensive sustainability benchmarking service for housing providers together with opportunities to share knowledge and experience. We also work with organisations to lead and facilitate resident engagement on climate change.

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