Lower Carbon Drive at Home<br> How to make existing homes greener

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Oct
2009
 
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The refurbishment of existing homes to reduce their carbon footprint is a market estimated to be worth £20Bn. Homeowners and their building advisers need to know what measures can be taken in existing homes to make the most of budget, CO2 reducing measures and the opportunities offered by other refurbishment activities. It is also important to know what funding opportunities exist and are in the pipeline.

This seminar sets the scene with four presentations:

Mark Johnson - LDA on the Ten Easy Measures promoted by London Development Agency's Home Energy Efficiency Programme.

John Doggart - Sustainable Energy Academy on the market opportunities for designers and manufacturers and the Old Homes Super Homes programme.

Mathew Frith, Deputy CEO, London Wildlife Trust on using the outdoor spaces.

Russell Smith - Managing Director of Parityprojects on an exemplar conversion project in Carshalton, South London.

The seminar is followed by a Private View of the Lower Carbon Drive at Home Exhibition presented by the London Development Agency and the Building Centre.

Click here to download the exhibition guide.