The net zero challenge for new homes – part 2
COP26 further stressed what we already knew. If we are to meet our net zero commitments and limit global warming, we must start delivering net zero buildings NOW.
Q&A: beyond zero carbon homes
Q&A panel discussion chaired by Lynne Sullivan (Good Homes Alliance). The panel includes Adam Mactavish (Currie & Brown), Nicole Lazarus (Zero Carbon at Scale) and Tom Dollard (PTE)
Standards and policies for Energy
Lynne Sullivan (Good Homes Alliance) talks through the latest standards and policies for zero carbon homes
Early stage guidance to prevent overheating
Susie Diamond (Inkling LLP) discusses the Good Homes Alliance overheating project
Q&A: designing out the risks of overheating
Q&A panel discussion chaired by Lynne Sullivan (Good Homes Alliance). The panel includes Richard Partington (Studio Partington), Susie Diamond (Inkling LLP), Dr Julie Godefroy (CIBSE), Dr Anastasia Mylona (CIBSE) and Victoria Tink (MHCLG)
Q&A: construction quality in a post-Grenfell world
(20 mins) Q&A panel discussion with Lynne Sullivan (Good Homes Alliance), Richard Cook (Lendlease), Paula Higgins (Home Owners Alliance), Peter Caplehorne (CPA), and Robin Nicholson (Cullinan Studio and The Edge).
Recommendations to the industry post-Grenfell
(6 mins) Lynne Sullivan from the Good Homes Alliance discusses the issues raised after Grenfell and recommendations to the industry for change.