Retrofitting Traditional Buildings - Bath

26/03/2015 13:30
26/03/2015 17:30


The Guildhall Rooms, High Street, Bath, BA1 5AW


26th March 2015, 1.30pm-5.30pm


£59 members
£85 members

Event Description

A shorter half day session designed to address the difficulty and benefits of retrofitting historic and older housing stock. Addressing energy efficiency is fast becoming one of the most pressing issues in older, traditionally-constructed buildings, particularly with the advent of finance streams such as Green Deal, ECO and the forthcoming RHI. However, retaining character and significance can be at odds with achieving improved thermal efficiency, and there is a great deal of controversy around the risks and benefits of different technical solutions.

Upgrading traditional building fabric is notoriously complex and costly, particularly where planning restrictions apply, and a holistic understanding is required before modern materials are applied to old structures. In this half-day technical training course expert trainer Nicholas Heath examines current issues, solutions and emerging best practice in how to achieve sustainable, low-energy traditional buildings while retaining their character and performance.

About the Organiser

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The Green Register of Construction Professionals aims to raise awareness of sustainable building issues across all sectors of the construction industry, provide a pre-selected list of construction professionals for potential clients, deliver a wide range of training events and provide national, regional and local fora for networking between professionals. The network provides a vital link between professionals and their clients ranging from homeowners through to businesses and social housing providers. For further information on joining, please contact us using the details above.

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