Building Better Buildings - Manchester BPE Event

Join us for a FREE event in Manchester on 23 September at the Manchester School of Architecture.

 

The event, in collaboration with Innovate UK and a number of leading industry partners, promises to demystify the Performance Gap; and highlight latest learning from local domestic and non-domestic BPE projects.

Hear an array of excellent speakers discuss cutting edge research and knowledge in this space. A networking lunch will also be provided and delegates will also receive a copy of our brand new Builders' Book.

 

To book your place please email info@zerocarbonhub.org with the subject line ‘Manchester BPE Event'

The event flyer can be downloaded here

More information on the BPE Programme can be found here

The Agenda

Venue

Rob Pannell
Rob Pannell

Rob Pannell is the Managing Director of the Zero Carbon Hub, a role to which he brings a wide range of knowledge regarding sustainability, innovations, technology prototypes, trials and solutions. This knowledge is a crucial asset for both the Hub and government, with Rob working closely with ministers and senior civil servants to advise on zero carbon policy and the 2016 target.

Prior to joining the Zero Carbon Hub, Rob was a senior figure in the construction industry with over 35 years of experience with Taylor Wimpey UK Ltd. where he held a series of senior level roles, most recently as UK Director of Production (construction and design). Within this position Rob investigated and established a cost base and technical compliance of practical renewable energy and building fabric solutions to meet the various UK government policies.

Roger Burton
Roger Burton

Roger qualified from Manchester University with a BA and BArch in Architecture and has been in continuous practice since the mid 1970s with a 30 year+ commitment to energy and environmental sustainability. In the early 1990s he received an MA in Urban Design and Regeneration following further study at Manchester.

He has undertaken a wide range of projects from early low energy, passive schemes designed in collaboration with Pilkingtons to a learning centre which was a demonstration project for Egan’s ‘Movement for Innovation’, a key project in the regeneration strategy for Speke on Merseyside, and recently the award-winning Blue Bell Health Centre.

Actively involved in promoting the benefits of sustainability, he chaired Energy Group North West for several years and was author of ‘A Client’s Energy and Environment Briefing Guide’, published in 1990 and still relevant today. He is a member of the RIBA Sustainable Futures Group and was a founder board member of the Centre for Construction Innovation NW.

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Cavendish Street, Manchester, M15 6BR, United Kingdom

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