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Building a Healthy Housing Infrastructure for the UK

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We know that 'Business as usual' is not delivering the high quality healthy homes and national housing infrastructure required in the UK.

This event builds on the launch of the interim findings of the SHAP 2017 research in the morning and, in this afternoon session we will look at the progress made on delivering the Bonfield Review findings and on the proposals by Energiesprong UK to build a volume deal for net zero energy homes in the UK.

Delegates attending this afternoon session will receive an invitation to the morning session.

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1.00pm - Lunch and Registration

1.45pm - Welcome and summary of the SHAP ERDF WMHOG 2017 research reports

2.00pm - Is there an appetite to take the West Midlands approach UK wide?

Can we change the business as usual approach to procurement, retrofit and new build to achieve enduring long term value from investment in the UK housing stock?

2.45pm - Bevan Jones, Sustainable Homes

Delivering the Each Home Counts actions

What has happened since the publication of the review led by Peter Bonfield?

How has industry responded to the review findings?

What is happening in the social housing sector?

How can we reduce the risk of abortive investment in energy efficiency and to address fuel poverty going forward?

3.15pm - Alex Rathmell, Energiesprong UK

Energiesprong – getting to a volume deal for net zero energy homes in the UK

The Energiesprong goal for a volume deal the UK builds on the vision of 36 organisations who signed the Energiesprong commitment charter in France.

The French pledge aims to drive the large-scale deployment of net zero energy retrofits in social housing. This collaboration aims to introduce net zero energy retrofits that are affordable, thus accelerating the implementation of the French Climate Plan (especially the component aimed at eradicating energy poverty in 10 years). These 36 organisations will support each other in both generating the market conditions to enable net zero energy retrofits and realising an initial 3.600 net zero energy homes.

3.45 - Agreeing a UK Healthy Homes standard

4.00 - Close and networking

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