England requires an estimated 345,000 new homes every year. Meanwhile, much of our existing housing stock needs to be made energy efficient, comfortable and safe. What are the models for delivering and retrofitting housing at speed? How do we ensure quality? And how do we deliver homes that respond to the needs of diverse households and different lifestyles and allow residents to live sustainable lives?
Join our live online study day, in association with Knauf Insulation, Oscar Acoustics and SIG, on May 5 to hear from experts from across the industry. Starting at 9.15am, the event will be divided into four parts to allow attendees to select areas of interest as they choose. These segments will address innovative delivery models, including Modern Methods of Construction; sustainability; safety, health and well-being; and new emerging housing typologies.
Watch presentations that draw on case studies to illustrate best practice, highlight key challenges and offer practical solutions for improving the resilience, sustainability and desirability of the UK’s housing stock.
09.15: Chairs opening remarks
Isabel Allen, AT Editor
09.20: Home truths – where are we now and what needs to happen?
Claire Bennie, founder, Municipal
09.25 – 11.00: Innovative delivery models
- Owen Phillips, Legal & General
- Constanze Jaczynska, Proctor & Matthews
- Terry Fearfield, SIG Design & Technology
- Nigel Ostime, Hawkins\Brown
11.30 -13.00: Sustainable dwelling
- Alex Ely, Mae Architects
- Christa de Vaan, ARUP
- Matt Prowse, Knauf Insulation
- Marion Baeli, PDP London
13.30 – 15.00: Safety, wellbeing and health
- Emma Cariaga, British Land
- Ben Hancock, Oscar Acoustics
- Flora Samuel, Quality of Life Foundation and University of Reading
- Patrick Michell, Platform 5 Architects
15.15 – 16.45: New typologies and new ways of living
- Victoria Tomlinson, Connexus
- Katerina Karaga, Farrells
- Roland Karthaus, Matter Architecture
- Frances Holliss, Workhome Project/London Metropolitan University
Register here to join our live webinar at 09.15am on Thursday 5th May.