Real-life Retrofit: Case studies - 3. Pragmatic Retrofit with Low Carbon Materials - Online

The third in our series of three events looking at challenges and solutions within different retrofit case studies


Real-life Retrofit: Case studies

The built environment is a major contributor to the environmental pressures our world is facing. Rather than demolishing existing buildings, retrofitting of existing buildings can play a crucial part in meeting net-zero carbon targets. Retrofit involves modifications to existing buildings that will improve energy efficiency or decrease energy demand.

In this online event series, we have documented three different retrofit case studies in the Bristol area, each building with a unique history and retrofit plan. Working with contractors trained under our Futureproof programme, we focus upon retrofit in real life to show the challenges and solutions in upgrading the performance of older buildings.

Session #3: Pragmatic Retrofit with Low Carbon Materials

Joining us for our third session in the series are speakers Chris Hawker and David Copeland, Co-Directors and Founders of Hawkland Ecological Construction.

Hawkland Ecological Construction offer mostly hempcrete retrofits to eliminate cold and damp, often in mid-terrace, and during this session they'll be sure to stress the low carbon elements of the retrofit.

More details coming soon...


£25 Green Register members / £35 Non-members

Special offers

  • Book 3 places for the price of 2 - when registering enter discount code: 342

Each event can be attended as a stand alone session, or if attending the whole series they will complement each other.

February 17th, 2022 4:00 PM through  6:00 PM
Online Training
United Kingdom
Event Fee(s)
Members of The Green Register (this event only) £ 25.00
Non-Members (this event only) £ 35.00