Home Quality Mark – Engaging Consumers G#4047

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Home Quality Mark – Engaging Consumers
10 December 2015


Home Quality Mark – Engaging Consumers
10 December 2015

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London Bite-Size sessions | 17:00 – 19:00 | Pollard Thomas Edwards, Diespeker Wharf, 38 Graham Street, London, N1 8JX

10 December 2015 | Home Quality Mark – Engaging Consumers Book now!

With the demise of the Code for Sustainable Homes and the Zero Carbon Homes target consigned to history, what targets should we as construction professionals be aiming for when designing homes fit for the 21st Century? Without some sort of sustainability standards, will our new homes simply be ‘building regulations compliant’ or should we demand more?

Gwyn Roberts, the new Homes and Communities lead at BRE, will be making a presentation on the brand new Home Quality Mark (HQM) standard, a sustainable homes initiative from BRE.

Gwyn will introduce the HQM, describe the issues it covers and inform delegates of the progress of the HQM to date. After a Q&A session, delegates will then work in groups to carry out a short exercise assessing some of the tools and drivers that might encourage clients to use the HQM.

Gwyn Roberts is the New Homes and Communities lead at BRE. BRE is the UK leading building science centre with a 90 year history.

Gwyn has years of experience within the sustainable housing sector from a number of different angles, while at BRE he has led the work on the development of the Home Quality Mark and also the response to Government’s Housing Standards Review. Previous to this, Gwyn worked as a sustainability consultant in the North West of England working on a range of housing projects from self-build dwellings in national parks, to large housing schemes in Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham for some of the UK’s largest house builders.

More about Bite Size sessions

The Green Register’s Bite-Size sessions, held in partnership with Pollard Thomas Edwards, offer a flexible route to Green Register membership through a series of shorter training sessions designed to give concise training at a time to suit busy working professionals. Attend 6 sessions to qualify for membership.

All sessions take place at Pollard Thomas Edwards’ canalside offices in Islington and start at 16.45 for registration with training running 17.00 – 19.00.

What did delegates say about previous sessions?

  • “The micro session idea is brilliant as full days can be very, very difficult”
  • “Excellent coverage for both established Green Register members and novices”
  • “Informed recommendations and some myths debunked”
  • “The practical detail and demonstration was most useful, and very clear”
  • “Lots of stuff I didn’t know! Enjoyed the interactive format”

Green Register members £19 | Non-members £35 

Book your place now!


Upcoming Green Register events…

Nov 12Retrofitting Traditional Buildings: Principles and Practice – Edinburgh

Nov 12Bite-Size Session: TGR’s 15th Anniversary London Event – London

Nov 26Bite-Size session: What is meant by ‘good’ sustainable design? – Bristol

Dec 3Retrofitting Traditional Buildings: Principles and Practice – London


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