05 - 07 March 2024 | ExCeL, London

05 - 07 March 2024 | ExCeL, London

Sponsored by
Steico sponsoring Futurebuild 2023

Minimising and mitigating overheating risk in homes – curated by Good Homes Alliance

UK homes are increasingly at risk of overheating, which can lead to uncomfortable indoor environments for homeowners and residents. Overheating can be caused by poor housing design, uncontrolled solar gain, inadequate shading, and insufficient summer ventilation. Contextual factors such as external noise and security concerns can also restrict opportunities for natural ventilation. Hear from industry experts on the assessment tools, best practice design approaches and solutions available to minimise and mitigate overheating risk in homes.

Lynne Sullivan OBE, Chair, Good Homes Alliance

Julie Godefroy, Sustainability Consultant, Julie Godefroy Sustainability
Susie Diamond, Partner, Inkling
Tom Dollard, Partner – Sustainability and Innovation, Pollard Thomas Edwards
Rajat Gupta, Director, Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development (OISD) and Low Carbon Building Research Group, Oxford Brookes University

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