Forum South West

March 11 2019

Low Carbon Dorset


2019’s first Low Carbon Homes, hosted by regional partner, Low Carbon Dorset.


Date & Time

March 11 2019, 09:30 - 17:00


600 Blandford Rd, Wimborne BH21 4DT, UK

Event partners, supporters and associations

Host Partner

Event information


Time Location Description Speakers
Registration (09:30 - 10:15) Foyer, Queen Elizabeth School Registration, Coffee & Networking
Morning Sessions (10:15 - 12:30) Main Hall, Queen Elizabeth School Welcome from Low Carbon Homes and Low Carbon Dorset The UK's Challenges and Opportunities, with Lucy Pedler, The Green Register Regional Challenges and Opportunities, with Tim Crabtree, Wessex Community Assets Measure to Manage, with Nathan Gambling, NJV Ltd and Betateach Assessor/Lecturer Reducing Demand: adopting Fabric First and Q&A, with Toby Cambray, Greengauge Building Energy Consultants - Audience Q&A and discussion - Fossil Fuel Transitioning, with Malcolm Farrow, OFTEC Renewables & Retrofit of homes in Dorset, with Dr Derek Moss, Low Carbon Dorset - Speaker panel interviews, audience Q&A and discussion - Low Carbon Dorset, and the Local Supply Chain Expo, with Antony Littlechild, Low Carbon Dorset Lucy Pedler, Tim Crabtree, Nathan Gambling, Toby Cambray, Malcolm Farrow, Dr Derek Moss, Antony Littlechild
Lunch and networking with Local Supply Chain Expo (12:30 - 13:20) Foyer, Queen Elizabeth School Working sandwich lunch and networking with Low Carbon Expo exhibitors


Time Location Description Speakers
Workshops & Afternoon Sessions (13:20 - 15:30) Classrooms, Queen Elizabeth School 'Getting renewables ready – a systemised approach' Workshops: 4x workshops; each runs twice; delegates can attend 2. Fabric First – getting the basics right: a practical approach to detailing, with Lucy Pedler, The Green Register Insulation – healthy, warm homes: reducing heat demand - a whole house approach to insulation, benefits beyond heat-loss, with Neil Turner, Ecological Building Systems Heat pumps – options, realities: reducing energy demand - the realities and opportunities for electrification of heat, with Bean Beanland, Ground Source Heat Pump Assoc. & Heat Pump Assoc. Heat system optimisation - current and incremental improvement: future-proofing systems; applying engineering best-practice to optimise existing and progressive heating systems, with Nathan Gambling, NJV Ltd and Betateach lecturer/assessor. Lucy Pedler, Neil Turner, Bean Beanland, Nathan Gambling
Workshops repeat (14:30 - 15:20) Classrooms, Queen Elizabeth School
'Making it happen: benefits beyond efficiency' (15:30 - 16:20) Main Hall, Queen Elizabeth School Energiesprong - lessons in community engagement, with Mark Howard, RegenSW Q&A, conclusions and wrap-up Mark Howard
Local Supply Chain Expo & Networking (16:20 - 17:00) Foyer, Queen Elizabeth School Local Supply Chain Expo - further networking and refreshments.
Queen Elizabeth School

Queen Elizabeth School

Lucy Pedler
Lucy Pedler The Green Register
Bean Beanland
Bean Beanland Ground-Source Heat Pump & Heat Pump Association
Nathan Gambling
Nathan Gambling NJV Ltd
Tim Crabtree
Tim Crabtree Wessex Community Assets
Toby Cambray
Toby Cambray Greengauge Building Energy Consultants
Malcolm Farrow
Malcolm Farrow OFTEC
Neil Turner
Neil Turner Ecological Building Systems
Mark Howard
Mark Howard Regen
Derek Moss
Derek Moss Low Carbon Dorset
Antony Littlechild
Antony Littlechild Low Carbon Dorset

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