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Climate Emergency Retrofit Guide launch

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Join us for the much-anticipated launch of the Climate Emergency Retrofit Guide.

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With pressing climate targets edging closer, retrofitting the existing UK housing stock is critical to meeting net-zero carbon by 2050.

Following the publication of the Climate Emergency Design Guide for new build in January 2020, LETI has gathered together experts from across the construction industry including Passivhaus Trust, ACAN, RIBA, CIBSE and the AECB to provide a blueprint on how to retrofit our existing domestic buildings.

By examining the upgrade of the UK housing stock and summarising what can be achieved, The Climate Emergency Retrofit Guide sets out what good retrofit looks like, and advises on how to deliver efficient, resilient and healthy homes. This includes defining energy use requirements, as well as highlighting the potential risks of poor retrofit.

Please join us for an engaging and insightful online launch of the new guidance and put your burning questions to our expert panel. Get involved!

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  • Clara Bagenal George
  • Martha Baulcombe
  • Antonia Khayatt
  • Loreana Padron
  • Federico Seguro
  • Will South
  • Lynne Sullivan
  • Alex Whitcroft
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The London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) is a network of over 1000 built environment professionals that are working together to put London on the path to a zero carbon future. The voluntary group is made up of developers, engineers, housing associations, architects, planners, academics, sustainability professionals, contractors and facilities managers, with support and input provided by the GLA and London boroughs. Elementa Consulting have initiated and coordinated LETI as they were frustrated that the current energy policy in London wasn’t driving design solutions that encouraged long term carbon emissions reduction. LETI was established to work collaboratively to put together evidence-based recommendations for two pieces of policy – the new London Environment Strategy and the rewrite of the London Plan.

 

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