She'll be speaking alongside Chris Herring (AECB and Passivhaus Trust), Kerry Mashford (National Energy Foundation) and Dr Paola Sassi (Oxford Brookes University) on promoting environmental understanding in building.
We are seeking a voluntary Marketing & Communications Assistant, based at our office here in Bristol...
We are delighted with our new promo video created by Beautify Media, featuring some of our fantastic members and Mayor of Bristol George Ferguson. Pour yourself a cup of tea and take a few minutes out to discover a little more about our events and Green Register membership - from the mouths of those who know!
The Centre for Business and Climate Solutions (CBCS), part of the University of Exeter has been awarded funding from the European Regional Development Fund (2007 – 2013) under the South West Competiveness Programme to support dynamic and forward thinking businesses across the South West prepare for the changing climate.
Our tour of The Co-operative Group's new headquarters at One Angel Square in central Manchester is now FULLY BOOKED (there are some places left on the Retrofitting Traditional Buildings afternoon seminar which follows it however)
The £100m new office is one of the most sustainable large buildings in the world and is built to a BREEAM 'Outstanding' rating.
We are currently delivering our acclaimed two-day Sustainable Building & Services course in Gibraltar for the Government Department of Environment, with 55 delegates all keen to learn more about green building.
GBC News dropped by to film us - watch TGR Director Lucy Pedler discussing The Green Register and the future of green building
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)
We're delighted that several more of our training courses have been awarded Advanced CPD status by the RIBA.
Advanced CPD refers to specialisms or demonstrable expertise which an architect could use to market to clients or employers, as career development, or to be on a specialist list. For more information about RIBA Advanced CPD status visit the RIBA website.