12:00 - 17:00
16:15 - 16:14
12:30 - 13:30
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Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, 108 Stamford Street, South Bank London SE1 9NH
This one-day conference from The Concrete Centre and the Modern Masonry Alliance provided the latest guidance, technical expertise and explain practical developments that will influence the design and delivery of long-lasting and high performance homes.
The conference aimed to provide delegates with:
This conference was in response to the growing need to consider resilience in the design of UK homes. The event addressed the specific issues that are a risk to the long-term performance of UK housing, and explained the latest practical developments influencing the design and delivery of durable homes.
Welcome from The Concrete Centre and Modern Masonry Alliance
UK Property-level Flood Resilience
Speaker: Neil Hornby, DEFRA (part of the DEFRA, DECC and DCLG review on flood resilience)
High Performance Housing using Concrete and Masonry
Speaker: Andrew Minson, The Concrete Centre and Modern Masonry Alliance
Fire: Achieving whole-life fire performance
Speaker: Richard Partington, director, Studio Partington
Thermal Performance: Detailing considerations
Speaker: Barry Turner, LABC
Overheating: Insights and guidance
Speaker: Tom de Saulles, The Concrete Centre.
Noise: Delivering acoustic comfort for occupant wellbeing
Speaker: Dave Baker OBE, chairman, Robust Details Limited
Flooding: Practical Design Considerations from BS 85500
Speaker: Elaine Toogood, senior architect, The Concrete Centre.
Introduction from the afternoon session chairman
Chaired by: Guy Thompson, head of architecture, housing and sustainability, The Concrete Centre
British Housing – a story of resilience
Speaker: Clive Turner, research manager, NHBC Foundation
Iroko Housing at Coin Street: 12 Years On
Speaker: Toby Johnson, managing director, Haworth Tompkins
Changing Demographics and Housing Needs
Speaker: Paul Teverson, communications director, McCarthy and Stone
Panel discussion: UK Housing and Resilient Homes
Including: Ed Barsley, University of Cambridge; Fred London, JTP; Gwyn Roberts, HQM; Lynne Sullivan OBE, LSA Studio, chaired by Guy Thompson
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