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Members – enjoy discounts at upcoming partner events

All Green Register members can enjoy a discount on the following upcoming events from our partner organisations:

The ASBP Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo returns as an in-person event for the first time since 2020.

  • Featuring keynote talks on biophilic schools; the latest research findings on healthy indoor environments, and the issue of toxic chemicals in our environment.
  • Discussions on how the construction industry is responding to the biodiversity crisis, and if we need to embed biodiversity into the construction and procurement process to regenerate our environment.
  • The ASBP Awards 2024 final ceremony and the chance to cast your vote for your favourite entry in the Project, Product and Initiative categories.
  • Networking opportunities with 150+ attendees and 10+ exhibitors throughout the day, plus drinks and ASBP Awards winners announcements in the evening.
  • Confirmed speakers from Department for Education, Architype, Environment Agency, Wienerberger, Morgan Sindall, Built by Nature, PEFC, Evolving Forests, and more.

Thursday 29th February 2024, from 10:00 – 17:00 at Building Centre, London WC1E 7BT. Get an early bird discount if you book before 19th January, on top of the discount for all Green Register members! More information can be found on the ASBP website.

Join Good Homes Alliance at Good Homes 2024 for their annual Build Net Zero Now conference for debates, expert insight, exhibition and networking as they discuss:

  • Are the recently announced Future Homes Standard proposals really ‘fit for the future’?
  • What are the implications of the December 2023 WMS for progressive councils across the UK who are seeking to meet their climate emergency commitments?
  • The key steps required to unlock investment and incentivise the delivery of net zero homes.
  • How we must adapt and make our buildings more resilient to a changing climate, through appropriate shading design and specification, to mitigate overheating risk.
  • The vital role for housebuilders in enhancing biodiversity in new housing developments.
  • How to overcome ever-increasing water supply/demand issues and improve water quality.
  • How collective action can influence future policy and accelerate change – championing healthy homes, community led housing, building performance, embodied carbon and the circular economy. Can we develop ‘A new manifesto for housing’?

All Green Register members receive a discount on their ticket – learn more and register your place here.