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Overheating Indoor Air Quality New Homes (Event) G#73

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Overheating Indoor Air Quality New Homes Event

Overheating Indoor Air Quality New Homes Event


23 June 2015, 09:30–16:00 Workshop

Peterborough United Football Club

A one-day workshop on overheating and indoor air quality in new homes, delivered by a combination of industry and academic experts. It is designed for:

  • Providers  – development and asset management directors and managers, design managers, technical managers, directors of housing
  • Technical specialists – house builders & contractors, architects, building & services engineers, etc.
  • Local housing authorities – stock owning authorities, particularly those with new-build programmes; housing and environmental health departments

This free workshop is delivered jointly by the Homes and Communities Agency and the ARCC Network – to book your place email antonio.irranca@hca.gsi.gov.uk.

The event will cover:

  • Overheating – what it is, the causes and the scale of the problem across social housing stock
  • The impacts of overheating – particularly on health, including a focus on the relationship between overheating and poor indoor air quality
  • Why overheating should be tackled – environmental health, corporate and social responsibilities, legal duties of care
  • How overheating can be tackled across an organisation – what the Development, Asset Management and Housing teams can do
  • Case study examples – drawn from procurement, contractors, asset management, maintenance and resident management.

Agenda:

  • Introduction – why are overheating & indoor air quality important issues? Prof Fionn Stevenson,  Head of School of Architecture, University of Sheffield (event chair)
  • The magnitude of the problem – now and in the future. Prof Keith Jones, Head of Department of Engineering and the Built Environment, Anglia Ruskin University
  • The causes of overheating and poor indoor air quality. Dr Anna Mavrogianni and Clive Shrubsole, UCL
  • Why existing design processes are not addressing these issues. Susie Diamond, Zero Carbon Hub and Inkling LLP
  • Impacts on residents. Dr Anna Mavrogianni, UCL
  • Impacts on landlords. Paul Ciniglio, First Wessex
  • Solutions Showcase – evaluating realistic options. Dr Mich Swainson, BRE
  • Solutions Masterclasses:
    • Building Design and Environment
    • Building Management and resident action
    • Contracting and Procurement
  • The government perspective. Bob Ledsome, DCLG
  • Zero Carbon Hub Synthesis Report on Overheating. Nicola O’Connor, Zero Carbon Hub

 

© GBE NGS ASWS BrianSpecMan aka Brian Murphy
5th June 2015 – 28th September 2015

Overheating Indoor Air Quality New Homes Event


Overheating issue Paper GBE Issue Paper Overheating: 1 Radiant V Conductive heat flows

Overheating Issue Paper GBE Issue Paper Overheating: 1 Radiant V Conductive heat flows


© GBE NGS ASWS BrianSpecMan aka Brian Murphy
5th June 2015 – 7th October 2017

Overheating Indoor Air Quality New Homes Event


GBE Jargon Buster

  • ARCC
  • BRE
  • CSR
  • DCLG
  • DoC
  • HCA
  • IAQ
  • UCL
  • ZCH
  • ARCC Network
  • Asset Management
  • Corporate and social responsibilities (CSR)
  • Design
  • Development
  • Duty of Care (DoC)
  • Environmental health
  • Homes and Communities Agency (HCA)
  • Housing
  • Impacts of overheating
  • Indoor air quality (IAQ)
  • Maintenance
  • Overheating
  • Procurement
  • Resident management
  • Zero Carbon Hub (ZCH)

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© GBE NGS ASWS BrianSpecMan aka Brian Murphy
5th June 2015 – 7th October 2017

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