Partner event: Bristol Green Doors 2015 - this weekend!

Bristol Green Doors 2015 - visit 32 open homes this weekend, September 26-27th

Free to vist between 12 noon and 6pm on Saturday, Sunday, or both days.

See how people across the city are making their homes more comfortable, cheaper to heat and kinder to the environment.

Visitors will be welcomed and shown round a range of open homes by our friendly householders who will share their knowledge and experience of installing a range of low cost to high cost measures.

Partner event: GHA Site Visit to Little Kelham development in Sheffield

The GHA’s next site visit is to CITU’s Little Kelham development in Sheffield.  This will be in the afternoon of the 7th October 2015. This visit is free to members of the GHA or £50 + VAT for all non-members.  PPE will be required.

Little Kelham is an award-winning development of 157 one to four bedroom low-carbon homes in the Kelham Island area of Sheffield.

Part-time CPD Diploma in Hygrothermal Assessment starts this September

Green Register speakers Joseph Little and Beñat Arregi will be teaching alongside a building physicist at a new one semester, part-time CPD Diploma in Hygrothermal Assessment that is going to kick off in Dublin this September.

We believe this in-depth Diploma is the first of its kind in the UK, and will be of interest to Green Register members and colleagues. The multi-disciplinary re-skilling programme is aimed at architects, engineers, building surveyors and architectural technologists.

Partner Event: Low Energy Masterclass (Zero Carbon Hub)

12:00-14:00 - 23rd September 2015

This free event is not run by The Green Register, but will be of interest to members and non-members alike.

Brought to you by the Zero Carbon Hub in collaboration with South Lakeland District Council, this free event will provide delegates with the latest policy updates and practical support to deliver energy efficient new homes.

Indoor Air Quality Research - help needed!

AECOM and Fourwalls have been commissioned by the Government to undertake a study of indoor air quality in naturally ventilated homes in England constructed to Part L / F 2010 of the Building Regulations. 
 
The findings from this study will help inform future standards, and ensure any published guidance is appropriate for the health and wellbeing of occupants living in increasingly airtight homes.  

We are approaching developers and housing providers to request their assistance with identifying suitable homes.

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