for Scotland's homes, building and infrastructure
By 2050, 80% of all homes and buildings that will be in use already exist today. Meanwhile, if we have met all of Scotland's climate change commitments, all buildings will meet the 'nearly zero carbon' standard. What do we need to do differently to make this a reaility? What new design and construction practices, emerging technologies and approaches to standards, skill and regulations will need to achieve a resilient, high performing built environment for Scotland?
BRE Scotland is holding this conference to celebrate 20 years of the BRE Trust. The event will address the critical issue of retrofit and maintenance of our built assets with delegates invited to participate in an interactive event that will aim to set out key steps for the country over the next 20 years.
09.30 Registration, teas and coffees
10.30 Welcome and introductions: - Rufus Logan, BRE
10.40 BRE Trust Overview: – Dr Deborah Pullen, BRE
10.55 Each Home Counts: Background, findings, recommendations and actions - Colin King, BRE
11.10 Scottish Government: Future priorities and actions for retrofit: - Andy Robinson, Scottish Government
11.25 Tackling energy efficiency at scale lessons learnt
12.00 Summary & Workshop Plan
13.00 Workshop 1-Making our Regs and Standards fit for purpose to ensure delivery of high quality, low energy buildings and communities
Workshop 2-specifying the correct materials and technologies (including RPG tech) to achieve desired outcomes from the investment made
Workshop 3-Training and education to ensure quality outcome, efficiencies and career progress
14.40 Follow up activities and closing comments
Workshops 2 x 45 min sessions plus 10 mins