All for retrofit
We facilitate knowledge exchange in cities and regions across the UK, focusing on retrofit best practice, and its role in supporting local economic recovery2021/2022 Events
Why Low Carbon Homes?
Domestic property energy consumption equates to 14% of UK carbon emissions.
Low Carbon Homes exists to reduce this impact and highlight the wider social and economic benefits of retrofitting existing housing. We are a nationwide market-led membership platform for professionals and suppliers to learn, share and showcase best-practice. We aim to unpack the complexities of retrofit-at-scale, reduce confusion and promote action.
Unlike centrally-funded programmes, the agenda for Low Carbon Homes is set collaboratively by regional stakeholders – connecting all involved.
Our independent approach results in community-led retrofit action plans that support zero-carbon ambitions, reduce fuel poverty and stimulate local low-carbon economies.
|NEW!||Latest features and content|
|On-Demand: Access our growing resource of expert and practitioner-led video sessions and slide decks examining the retrofit challenges and opportunities for cities and regions around the UK | A unique and useful new resource for all those with retrofit at-scale ambitions. Register for On-Demand. Resources available for: Birmingham, Derbyshire, Glasgow, Liverpool, Kent, Manchester, Oxfordshire, Solent, Shropshire, North East and Glasgow – with more to follow!|
|Retrofit Revisited: Missed an event? You can read our series of concise reviews of our regional retrofit events – latest posts now online: North East and Glasgow. Check out Retrofit Revisited|
|Retrofit Review: our #AllForRetrofit Newsletter for retrofit resources, news, opinion and the latest sector issues | Sign-up for Retrofit Review hosted on Revue|
The UK Government has declared a climate emergency, along with more than two-thirds of the UK’s 408 principal local authorities. A national target of achieving net zero carbon by 2050 has now been enshrined in law, with many local authorities setting the date event earlier. In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Low Carbon Homes regional events programme moved online and will stay online for the foreseeable future. We’ve retained many of the highly valued elements of the in-person events, such as the strong regional programme, targeted professional audience and networking, while introducing many dynamic new elements such as interactive floorplans, group/table video meetings, one-to-one’s, table whiteboard, and personal profiles.
Low Carbon Homes fast-expanding regional network
Lancashire December 7 2021
Liverpool January 18 2022