Building for tomorrow 2022

Bringing the Future Homes Standard to life

Building for tomorrow is back live for 2022!

Building for tomorrow is our annual technical conference series, a must-attend event for anyone involved in the construction of new homes.

Join us at one of our live, interactive Building for tomorrow events next year to find out all you need to know about the Future Homes Standard and its implications for house builders, as well as other important topics.

Bringing the Future Homes Standard to life

Building for tomorrow 2022 will provide an immersive experience for delegates, with more exhibitors and more opportunity to get ‘hands-on’ than ever before. We’ll be looking at the practical impact of the Future Homes Standard on the fabric of the build of new homes and showing, through live demonstrations, what future detailing might look like in order to be compliant. The event will provide clear guidance and pragmatic solutions.

 

Regional event agendas will vary but other topics you can expect are:

  • progress of the Building Safety Bill and changes to building safety regulations  
  • traceability of construction products and the use of digital technology to assist with quality and control
  • a close look at heat pumps and good practice installation.

Building for tomorrow 2022 will be live on these dates and at these locations:

London - 23 March

Solihull - 24 March

Belfast - 29 March

Swindon - 31 March

Leeds - 5 April

Glasgow - 7 April

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Building for tomorrow 2021 was a 3 day virtual event covering 5 important themes. It’s still possible to buy the content from this event to gain valuable CPD hours.

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