- Lord Best, Social Housing Leader, House of Lords
- Barry Goodchild, Professor of Housing and Urban Planning, Sheffield Hallam University
- James Harris MA MSC, Policy and Networks Manager, Royal Town Planning Institute
- Ronan Leyden, Head of Sustainable Places, Bioregional
- Dr Anton Ianakiev, Professor in Sustainable Energy Systems, Nottingham Trent University
- Scott Blance, Policy Advisor, Sustainable Energy Association
- Dr Steffie Broer, Director, Bright Green Futures
- Rene Sommer Lindsay, Urban Designer and Strategic Advisor, R|S|L|ENT
- Simon Tilley, Director, Hockerton Housing Projects
- Emma Fletcher, Chair, Swaffham Prior Community Land Trust
- James Turner, Architect, Mikhail Riches
Around 22% of the UK’s carbon emissions arise from domestic buildings,
meaning there is a huge pressure on ensuring the 1.5 million new UK homes by 2022 are delivered in a sustainable way.
The Future Homes Standard
sets out ambitions to ensure these developments are low-carbon, energy efficient, and positively influence
the communities they serve.
Westminster insight’s Delivering Sustainable Housing and Communities Forum explores delivering environmental solutions to housing development issues
and will feature trailblazing initiatives with a range of sectors involved in creating a greener future.
We will discuss the role of planning and designing housing that is for the future and explore how new materials, systems, and technologies will meet 2050 Net-Zero targets.
Our specially selected case study features the pioneering eco self-build community Green Initiative Award Winning Water Lilies Project. Bioregional will also
be giving you insight into optimising environmental technology to create zero-carbon communities.
Join key figures from government, energy, architecture, and local authority, to discuss practical strategies to enable UK to meet economic, social, and environmental objectives