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Regulatory drivers seem to be falling down every week, but ‘zero carbon’ is not dead – it’s merely sheltering from strong political headwinds.  What are the milestones to 2025 ‘nearly zero’? What do we need to do, now? With budgets tighter than ever what role can new technologies such as BIM play in driving quality up and costs down.

Attending this first SHIFT conference of the new year, Road to 2025: delivering low carbon homes cost effectively, you will:

  • Develop an understanding of the ‘post zero-carbon, pre nearly-zero’ landscape
  • Learn from new research findings and the opportunities for a sustainable
    and cost efficient housing sector
  • Participate in workshops on the opportunities from BIM, led by those that have been there
  • Network and share experiences with colleagues from the sector

More confirmed speakers and agenda to be announced shortly.

Knowledgeable panel of speakers
  Emma Fraser
Deputy Director for Housing Growth
The latest policy landscape and the new build challenge for social landlords

Rob Pannell
Managing Director
Zero Carbon Hub (Invited)

Milestones to 2025: where we are and what we need to do

Richard Whittaker 
Head of Regeneration
Nottingham City Homes

Practical case study of Nottingham City Homes: BIM on new build 

John Churchett 
Director of Social Housing & Construction
H-H (Invited)

Our experience with passivhaus

Bobby Chakravarty
Arcus Consulting

Working with BIM: a consultant’s perspective
Tom Jarman
Environmental Sustainability

Your Homes Newcastle
BIM and how it can help us build better: Your Homes Newcastle's journey
Paul Surin
Head of Built Environment
 The future of BIM in practice

Andrew Eagles
Managing Director
Baker Homes

Andrew will be chairing the day


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Excellent location
Date: Wednesday 24th February 2016
Time: 10:30 Arrival and registration | 11:30 Start | 16:00 Finish and networking


London's Living Room, London City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London, SE1 2AA (map)

Nearest stations: London Bridge, Tower Hill and Tower Gate

**Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day**


If you have any queries, please contact:
Emma Jones | | 0208 973 0381
Joana Malato | | 0208 973 0405


"There was lots of practical advice for industry, with well-presented talks.Thanks for a great event!"

Bethany Wilk
Catalyst Housing

"Excellent day, well done. A day of high standards as usual,"

Lewis Lowe
Octavia Housing and Care