Thursday 29 September, 10.30am - 12pm

How are we going to deliver net zero housing?

The UK has set a target of being net zero by 2050. To help achieve this we have seen recent changes to Part L and also the introduction of the Future Homes Standard. This will see even more importance put on getting the fabric of new homes right. However, we are facing many challenges delivering to current standards let alone future, more stringent standards. So is this achievable?

This webinar will discuss:

  • How do we address the performance gap? How do we build as designed?
  • Is the target of 75-80% less carbon emissions from new homes when compared to current regulations achievable?
  • What are the key areas we should be looking at to help improve the fabric of buildings?
  • How can manufacturers support the drive for net zero? What role does product innovation play?


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Speaker Biographics

Martin Townsend

Director at BSI Centre for Sustainability

Martin is passionate about the role society plays in creating a truly sustainable world, a place in which we, as professionals, need to inform, accelerate and support the changes we want to see, as well as demonstrating the art of the possible. As director for BSI Centre of Excellence for Sustainability, he drives change through his active leadership, as well as research and policy development both in the construction and water industries.

Ben Cheetham

Senior Technical Innovation Co-Ordinator at Barratt Developments

Ben has a background in Engineering and an in-depth knowledge and understanding of building regulations and SAP compliance as well as technical site details. Part of Ben’s role is to research and implement new innovations and products into the business whilst managing implications to Building Regulations, Building Control & third party certifications and build process for site teams.

Robin Dryer

Director and Architect at CDC Studios

A founding director at CDC Studio, established in 2013, Robin and the team of architects are committed to excellence in architecture and the built environment.

Ciaràn McAliskey

National Specification Manager at Keystone Group

Ciaràn McAliskey National Specification Manager (Ireland) for Keystone Lintels has been with the company for the past 11 years working across a number of companies across the wider Keystone Group. This broad experience has given Ciaràn a raft of knowledge on Keystone products. For the past 6 years Ciaràn has been delivering CPDs and providing first class Specification support and Technical services to Architects and Specifiers across the island of Ireland.

Colin Wells

Head of Technical at Keylite Roof Windows

An experienced Head of Technical, Colin has been with Keylite for over 16 years and has played a key role in the business’ success as Europe’s fastest growing roof window manufacturer. Colin’s day to day job involves product design, product testing, and product manufacturing. He is skilled in negotiation, business planning, sales, management, contract management and intellectual property management.


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