What does a good ventilation strategy look like? (Part 3)
Following the hugely successful and insightful 'Part 1 and Part 2' - we plan to spend another hour in the company of Colin King, MRICS, MCIO and Dr Jenny Brierley as we get learn about "What does a good ventilation strategy look like?"
About this event
Colin King is the technical lead at Sero and has a super impressive CV with over 40 years of experience in the sector.
Ex Director of BRE, where he was lead officer on energy performance of retrofit, refurbishment and the Hygrothermal performance of Buildings. He is a well-known expert in moisture in buildings, and has sat on a number of standards committees and policy bodies in this regard including BS5250, PAS 2030 and PAS2035, DBEIS Moisture Advisory Group, MCHLG Part C, F and L currently delivering Welsh Government revisions to Part L, C and F of the Building Regulations. He is currently providing technical advice to the Scottish and Welsh Governments on their new Energy Efficiency Programmes.
Jenny Brierley's career has been focused on seeking to build and manage truly affordable, sustainable homes for housing associations in Yorkshire - more recently as Chief Executive at Connect Housing. Her passion for sustainable low-cost homes has taken her into research at Sheffield University, where she has been exploring more deeply how low-energy homes are ventilated, focusing on the real life experience of residents and maintenance practitioners. This has led her to investigate how we can improve practice, achieving low energy use in homes that have healthy air to breathe.
Part interview, part discussion with opportunities for delegates to ask Colin and Jenny any questions they may have. This really is an opportunity not to be missed.
What will we cover?
This is an opportunity to ask two experts about ventilation and healthy air. We will use their vast knowledge and experience to cover areas including:
- Why you need one? What should it contain? Who should be using it?
- We will touch on air quality, humidity, temperature, energy efficiency, resident comfort, maintenance, safety, regulations, odor, laundry, functionality, design and use of the building.
Attendance is free as part of your DIN membership subscription.