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Date: 23 March
Venue: QEII Conference Centre
Ticket price: £249 +VAT

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Bringing the Future Homes Standard to life and other great content

Building for tomorrow 2022 will focus on the Future Homes Standard and the implications for house builders. How can the industry deliver low-carbon heating and, by 2025, 75-80% fewer carbon emissions than current regulations require? Site managers are going to be expected to manage and oversee things they’ve never had to before and this is the ideal event to start getting them prepared.

Our in-house technical and Standards teams will also cover the latest NHBC Standards for 2022 and what's new in the Building regulations arena including the Building Safety Bill.

Future Homes Standard – answering the main questions

You can expect to leave the event with answers to these important questions:

  • What is the impact of the Standard on the design stage of new homes?
  • What will I need to do to comply with the new Standard?
  • What changes are expected to the process of building new homes whether they are masonry/cavity or timber frame?
  • What about unintended consequences such as over heating and ventilation?
  • We’re already building energy efficient homes, how can we deliver even greater efficiency?
  • What support and guidance is available to help me achieve these targets?
  • What sort of products and systems are available to help meet the requirements?



Session detail



Registration, coffee, networking and exhibition viewing




Cassandra Codling



Future Homes Standard

Introduction to The Future Homes Hub

Future Homes Hub


Bringing the Future Homes Standard to Life

The Journey to Net Zero

Part L & F 2021 and The Future Homes Standard

Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

Peter Rankin


Bringing the Future Homes Standard to Life

Energy Rating for the Part L & the Future Homes Standard

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

Elmhurst Energy

Jason Hewins


Bringing the Future Homes Standard to Life

Heat Pumps

A guide to current policy, the market and good practice installation to achieve consumer satisfaction.

Heat Pump Association

Phil Hurley


Coffee, networking and exhibition viewing



Bringing the Future Homes and Buildings Standards to Life

Solar Energy, the Interim Uplift and the Future Homes and Buildings Standards

Looking at the future of solar energy in new homes and buildings

Mitchell Van Oosten & Lowri Collins

Naked Energy


Technical Update and Material Performance Monitoring

Talking technical

An update on the latest NHBC standards, Building Regulations & the Building Safety Regulator

The Future Homes Standard

Implications for housebuilders and unintended consequences.

Mark Russell



Lunch, networking and exhibition viewing


Future Homes Standard – In Practice

Materials, Products Identification and Performance

How digital technology can assist with future quality control of materials

BSI Identify

Dan Rossiter


Future Homes Standard – In Practice

Building to the Future Homes Standard

New challenges? What lessons can we learn from pilot projects? 

Barratt Developments

Danielle Michalska-Morris 


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


Future Homes Standard – In Practice

The Timber Frame Construction for the Future

Looking at timber frame solutions for the Future Homes Standard and critical detailing.

Structural Timber Association

Andrew Orriss


Event conclusion


*Named speakers are subject to change

Our expert speakers will share their knowledge

black and white portrait of Victoria Tink Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

Victoria Tink
Part L Policy Lead

Victoria is the energy efficiency, ventilation and overheating technical policy lead for new homes, which involves developing the new standards and writing the Approved Documents. She has worked on Building Regulations in the department since 2017.

Phil Hurley, Chairman of Heat Pump Association, smiling at the camera in black and white Heat Pump Association

Phil Hurley

Phil has been involved in building services for over 35 years and is currently Managing Director of NIBE Energy Limited, Europe’s leading heat pump manufacturer, and Chairman of the Heat Pump Association.

Danielle Michalska-Morris, Group Technical Innovation Manager at Barratt Developments, smiles at the camera in black and white Barratt Homes

Danielle Michalska-Morris
Group Technical Innovation Manager

Danielle’s primary role is to develop and manage the Group Technical Specifications for Part L, F and G for England and Wales and Section 6 Scotland providing the Divisional offices with standard Group solutions and implementing technical strategies throughout the organisation.

Getting to the venue

Situated in the heart of Westminster, the QEII Centre is ideally located in the shadow of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye and surrounded by excellent transport links in and out of the capital.

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International airports

Drive time:
London City – 26 minutes
Gatwick – 44 minutes
Heathrow – 47 minutes
Luton – 47 minutes
Stansted – 65 minutes

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Underground stations

Walking distance:
St. James' Park – 4 minutes
Westminster – 6 minutes
Victoria – 14 minutes

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Overground stations

Walking distance:
Charing Cross – 12 minutes
Victoria – 14 minutes
Waterloo – 18 minutes

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Closest car parks

Walking distance:
Q-Park Westminster - 7 minutes
There are several car parks within walking distance of the Centre, spaces are limited

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