Eco-retrofit of historic dwellings - solutions and conflicts
Thursday 6 February - Wolverhampton
6.00pm start for 6.30 – 7.30pm talk
University of Wolverhampton, City Centre South Campus, MC Millennium Building Room MC437 (access via the main entrance at Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton WV1 1SE)
The Green Register has teamed up with Wolverhampton & District Society of Architects (WDSA) to present this evening talk on Eco-retrofit of historic dwellings. Green Register Director, Lucy Pedler, will take a close look at some of the issues raised when carrying out eco-retrofits to older houses including cost versus carbon savings. Using Georgian, Victorian and 20th century case studies, topics such as internal and external wall insulation, replacement windows, ventilation and moisture control and the thorny issue of homes in Conservation areas will be addresses with practical solutions demonstrated. Additionally, post occupancy data will be presented on the 1930's house to demonstrate the effectiveness of external insertion and thermal mass.
Cost: free of charge but advance booking is essential
To book your place: Email David Ravenscroft of the WDSA - firstname.lastname@example.org