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 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|
|NEW! Overview of our regional events 2020-2021: PDF download|
|NEW! On-Demand: our free retrofit-focused resources library | Access nearly 100 expert-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.|
Access online event resources for: Birmingham, Derbyshire, Glasgow, Liverpool, Kent, Manchester, Oxfordshire and Solent
|NEW! Retrofit Revisited: our new series of reviews of our regional retrofit events, kicking off with Birmingham’s opportunities for retrofit roll-out. Check out Retrofit Revisited|
|NEW! 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
Suffolk November 23 2021
Lancashire December 7 2021