01 - 03 March 2022 | ExCeL, London

01 - 03 March 2022 | ExCeL, London

KEYNOTE STAGES: DAY two

Keynote stage 1

WELL at Scale: portfolio, enterprise providers and research

02 March / 10:15-11:00

Curated by the IWBI

The International WELL Building Institute lead a global movement to transform health and well-being with people first approach to buildings, organizations and communities. They do this using the WELL Building Standard (WELL), a roadmap for creating and certifying spaces that advance human health and well-being. Developed over 10 years and backed by the latest scientific research, WELL sets pathways for accomplishing health-first factors that help every one of us to do our best work and be our best selves by supporting our physical and mental health across 10 core concepts. Rigorous performance standards for design interventions, operational protocols and company-wide practices are verified by a third party. WELL works at any scale, from a single interior space to an entire organization.

Landmark case study: the first UK Cradle to Cradle Certified® materials retrofit showcasing ten materials pioneering regenerative interior design

02 March / 11:15-12:00

Curated by 540 WORLD

540 WORLD and game-changing circular economy manufacturers provide an insight into the latest interior materials innovated for a healthy regenerative future, based on the Cradle to Cradle® principles of eliminating the concept of waste, celebrating diversity and reliance on natural energy flows. This presentation highlights a private health clinic retrofit in London, consciously designed for a harm-free future through procuring the most verified healthy, circular and sustainable C2C® materials on the planet. Join us for this live open-forum presentation with Q&A session showcasing Cradle to Cradle Certified® products that are verified safe, sustainable, circular and available in the UK, including some world firsts!

Chair: Chaline Church, Founding Partner, 540 WORLD

Building for 2050: Accelerating the delivery of low carbon homes

02 March / 12:15-13:00

Curated by the Building for 2050 Programme

This seminar will present the findings and launch the final film from the Building for 2050 project, a major 5 year (2017-2022) research project funded by BEIS. The seminar will discuss how to accelerate large-scale construction and uptake of low carbon housing.

Chair: Alison Crompton, Regional Director, Sustainability, Buildings + Places, AECOM

 

Building Performance Evaluation: New policy and processes

02 March / 13:15-14:00

Curated by Building Performance Network

This session, hosted by the Building Performance Network UK, will bring you right up to date with the latest policy and process developments in Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) , with a specific focus on the ‘in-use/occupancy’ stage. The new British Standard BS40101 on BPE will be introduced showing how it aligns with the Future Homes Standard/Future Building Standard and Future Homes Hub work in this area. This is followed by a state-of –the- art case study from a leading architectural practice demonstrating successful organizational learning from BPE in action. There is then a presentation on how to use BPE effectively as a process tool within your organization.

Chair: Professor Fionn Stevenson, UK Campaigns Director, Building Performance Network UK

Now is the Time for Timber

02 March / 14:15-15:00

Curated by the STA

The Government has launched the Net Zero 2050 Strategy document ‘Build Back Greener.’ Within the strategy is a clear intent to safely use more timber in construction. This session will consider what responding to this agenda means to the construction industry and how the Structural Timber Association is working with Government to address any concerns.

Chair: Andrew Orriss, Chief Operating Officer, Structural Timber Association

 

 

Showcasing Innovative Steel Solutions - the optimum non-combustible offsite solution

02 March / 15:15 - 16:00

Curated by LSFA

Hosted by Light Steel Frame Association (LSFA), this session will feature high-profile speakers discussing the significant role that light steel frame plays in the UK’s major developments across all sectors.

This session will take an in-depth look at pioneering projects presented by those who conceived and developed the buildings that are gaining national attention.

Chair: Mike Fairey, Director- Fusion and Chair LSFA

What does Net Zero mean? New guidance from industry, a CIBSE-LETI collaboration

02 March / 16.15-17.00

Curated by CIBSE and LETI

This seminar will present the findings and launch the final film from the Building for 2050 project, a major 5 year (2017-2022) research project funded by BEIS.   The seminar will discuss how to accelerate large-scale construction and uptake of low carbon housing. 

Keynote stage 2

Heat pumps: making the transition

02 March / 10:15-11:00

Curated by CIBSE

Chaired by Colin Goodwin of CIBSE, this session is targeting to provide technical advice on recent and upcoming CIBSE guidance documents; TM16 Heat Pump Guidance in Multi Residential and also a preview of the BEIS sponsored AM17 Heat Pump Guidance for large non-domestic building (Due to be released April 2022). It will go on to explore the Embodied Carbon Guidance TM65 and TM65.1 to explore the aspects of embodied as well as operational carbon as the pathway to NetZero. The final session is targeted to discuss and provide insight to meet the training, skills and competence requirements to support the UK transition to heat pump technology.

The LETI Client Guide: Supporting clients develop & deliver on net zero carbon

02 March / 11:15-12:00

Curated by LETI

Client bodies and their funders remain at the centre of fulfilling the zero carbon vision, capable of empowering or preventing this achievement through the wide number of stakeholders they engage with. The LETI Client Guide for Net Zero Carbon Buildings pulls together key findings and recommendations from numerous best practice sources, covering the ways in which the processes of briefing, design, procurement, construction, occupation, management and valuing of building development must change to fulfill a Zero Carbon vision.
In this session, a number of contributors to the guide will introduce a range of its content, sharing perspectives that informed its development. We will also offer insights around how consultant teams can better engage and influence client bodies towards a Zero Carbon trajectory.

Chair: Mina Hasman, Senior Associate Principal (Sustainability Lead), SOM

Net zero and natural materials

02 March / 12:15-13:00

Curated by ASBP

Natural materials include timber, hemp, straw, clay and wool and can be used for a wide range of construction applications such as structural elements, insulation and finishes. Interest in these materials continues to grow due to their sustainability credentials including technical performance, lower embodied carbon, health benefits and ability to lock-up carbon during their lifespan. What role do natural materials have to play in delivering net zero buildings, and are there any barriers to their increased uptake?

Chair: Katherine Adams, Technical Associate/Circular Economy Lead, Alliance for Sustainable Building Products

Ten breakthrough waste-free innovations pioneering regenerative design

02 March / 13:15-14:00

Curated by 540 WORLD

540 WORLD and circular economy manufacturers provide an insight into the latest materials, products and projects created for a healthy regenerative future, based on the Cradle to Cradle® principles of eliminating the concept of waste, celebrating diversity and reliance on natural energy flows. This presentation highlights the latest landmark new materials and products consciously designing for a harm-free future. Join us for this live open-forum presentation with Q&A session showcasing Cradle to Cradle Certified® innovations that are verified safe, sustainable, circular and available in the UK, including some world-firsts!

Chair: Chaline Church, Founding Partner, 540 WORLD

Integrating water and the built environment to deliver resilience and nature recovery

02 March / 14:15-15:00

Curated by CIWEM

Two major challenges for the built environment are a combination of drought and deluge: Water shortage, especially in some of our areas of highest population density, is a major challenge to manage. Equally, intense as well as prolonged rain events leading to flooding in both winter and summer are becoming more frequent with development potentially bringing more people into flood risk.

A further associated factor is sewage pollution from storm overflows – a range of a result of conspiring, systemic factors. How can integrated water management solutions deliver against these challenges whilst also helping to recover nature?

Chair: Paul Shaffer, Director of Innovation and Delivery, CIWEM

Planning in response to the climate and ecological emergency

02 March / 15:15 - 16:00

Curated by the TCPA

Most local authorities have declared a climate and, often an ecological, emergency. The impacts of these emergencies affect many aspects of our lives including health and wellbeing for ourselves and our environments. Local authorities now need to turn their attention to what this means for them in practice, how will they deliver on these declarations? What should they do in planning? What will be the role of design codes? How will they deliver biodiversity and environmental net gain? All questions for the transformative changes that must take place. This session will explore the issues.

Chair: Julia Thrift, Director – Healthier Placemaking, TCPA

 

You net gained me - now watch me grow

02 March / 16:15-17:00​

Curated by ACO Technologies for ‘Habitat Matters’

Biodiversity Nett Gain increases the prosperity for natural systems whilst simultaneously providing an environment that enhances wellbeing, making it a key driver for new infrastructure development. We must ensure that these benefits are integrated into all elements of society. It is widely known that children with an elevated exposure to nature from a young age have better problem solving skills. This has mobilised the Department for Education to have nature in its draft strategy for sustainability and climate action. Aiming to inspire action for nature, improve local environments and increase access to nature.

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