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Bringing the New Build Heat Standard to life

Date: 7 April
Venue: South Lanarkshire College

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Join us at Building for tomorrow live 

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

At such an important time of change, especially in energy efficiency measures with the upcoming New Build Heat Standard, this event will take you through a full agenda, looking at all the implications for house builders and providing invaluable advice and guidance.

Your ticket for Building for tomorrow 2022 will give you:

  • in-depth understanding of the proposals for the New Build Heat Standard and the impact on home building
  • up to date knowledge of heat pumps and photo-voltaics in the context of the new Standard
  • guidance on how traditional masonry and timber frame construction may need to evolve
  • the latest NHBC Standards and regulatory changes in Building Standards
  • a great opportunity to network
  • CPD learning credits

All this for only £249 + VAT

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Agenda

Time

Session detail

Speaker

09.15

Registration, coffee, networking and exhibition viewing

 

10.00

Welcome

Raymond Baxter
NHBC

10.05 

Bringing the New Build Heat Standard to Life

New Build Heat Standard

Delivering on the 9 Key Outcomes

The Scottish Government

Alex Taylor

10.30

Bringing the New Build Heat Standard to Life

Heat Pumps

An introduction to current policy, the market and good practice installation of heat pumps

Mitsubishi Electric Living Environmental Systems

Jonathan Prescott

10.55

Bringing the New Build Heat Standard to life

Solar energy and the Future Home Standards

Lessons learnt from Section 6 2015 and what this may mean for 2022

AES Solar

Robert Wilson

11.20

Coffee, networking and exhibition viewing

 

11.50

Bringing the New Build Heat Standard to Life continued and Technical Update and Material Performance

Energy Rating for the Future Homes Standard

Understanding SAP, the implications for different designs & exploring compliance options

Elmhurst Energy

Guy Fowler

12.10

Bringing the New Build Heat Standard to Life continued and Technical Update and Material Performance

Scottish Building Standards

An update on the latest Building regulation changes

The Scottish Government

Stephen Garvin

12.40

Bringing the New Build Heat Standard to Life continued and Technical Update and Material Performance

New Build Heat Standard

Implications for housebuilders and unintended consequences

Mark Russell

NHBC

13.00

Lunch, networking and exhibition viewing

 

14.00

Future Homes Standard – In Practice

Introduction to the challenges of building to the Future Homes Standard

New challenges, and lessons learnt from pilot projects

Craig McWilliams

Barratt Homes

14.30

Future Homes Standard – In Practice

Timber frame construction for the future

Looking at timber frame solutions for the future and critical detailing

Structural Timber Association

Andrew Orriss

15.00

Future Homes Standard – In Practice

Masonry construction for the future

Looking at masonry solutions for the Future Homes Standard and critical detailing

MPA Masonry

Steve Wharton

15.30

Event conclusion

 

Agenda and named speakers are subject to change

Our expert speakers will share their knowledge

Stephen Garvin from the Scottish Government smiles at the camera in black and white Scottish Government

Stephen Garvin
Head of Building Standards Division

Stephen joined the Scottish Government in 2018, initiating programmes of improvement to the Building Standards system, with a particular focus on increasing levels of compliance, efficient delivery, workforce investment and expanding the digital services.

Craig McWilliams of Barratt Homes, in a hard hat, smiling at the camera in black and white Barratt Homes

Craig McWilliams

Throughout my time on site and at University, I have had an interest in MMC & offsite production for house building. I'm now part of a team where every day I'm working to find more sustainable ways of building new homes and achieving a net zero-carbon built environment.

Andrew Orriss, Structural Timber Association's Assure Director, smiling at the camera in black and white Structural Timber Association

Andrew Orriss
STA Assure Director

Working with the Structural Timber Association as Chief Operating Officer, Andrew manages the STA Assure quality standards. This innovative programme is at the heart of the Structural Timber industry driving up quality standards.

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Getting to the venue

South Lanarkshire College is in East Kilbride, close to the town centre and well-served by public transport links. 

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International airports

Glasgow airport - 32 minute drive
Edinburgh airport - 46 minute drive
Fife airport - 1 hour 9 minute drive

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Train stations

East Kilbride railway station - 5 minute drive
Busby - 12 minute drive
Kirkhill - 13 minute drive

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Car parks

Car parking on site is available
Other council operated car parks are also situated within the surrounding area.

Building for tomorrow 2022 is happening in these locations