A Green Recovery

17 June 2020

As the projected economic impacts of the current pandemic become clearer, we’re seeing encouraging and consistent calls on Government to develop long-term plans for a ‘green recovery’.

Domestic property energy consumption equates to 14% of UK carbon emissions so therefore it’s encouraging to see that retrofitting our existing inefficient homes features in all these recently published reports and calls for action:

Have you got low carbon solutions to share with Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester and other progressive cities and regions across the UK?

We are now actively seeking partners to help us showcase technology, methodology and finance model case-studies at our dynamic, evolving series of online events to an influential audience of architects, engineers, contractors, consultants, surveyors, landlords and policy makers.

Low Carbon Homes exists to reduce the carbon impact of homes and highlight the wider social and economic benefits of retrofit.  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.

Get in touch if you’d like to share your know-how and insight across the UK, and play your part in supporting our communities at this pivotal time.

21-23 July – Birmingham
08-10 September – Glasgow
03-05 November – Manchester

Further 2020 dates to be announced

LCH Manchester 2019: Q&A with Manchester Climate Change Agency, Manchester City Council, and National Landlords Association,
chaired by The Green Register’s Lucy Pedler.

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