Elmhurst Building Regulations Conference
Elmhurst invites housing and energy professionals nationwide to join us at our much-anticipated Building Regulations Conference. This event will provide a spotlight on the recently released Future Homes Standard Consultation which introduces proposed changes to approved document Part L (fuel and power) and Part F (ventilation) in England. Elmhurst will be joined by key industry figures to present talks on the future of building regulations and the impact of potential changes.
The information presented at this event will be useful for a number of different stakeholders including energy assessors (all strands), property developers, property owners, construction professionals, construction suppliers, environmental organisation, and local authorities.
- 4 hours CPD
- Opportunity to network with energy and housing professionals
- Opportunity to meet and talk to the Elmhurst team
- Refreshments throughout the day including a hot fork buffet lunch
- Free parking next to the stadium at the Crumbie car park
Throughout the day you will hear from a number of external industry speakers, including:
Dr Richard Jack - Build Test Solutions
Richard is a building physicist with a background in testing and research in both industry and academia. He currently works as a Product Manager for Build Test Solutions (BTS) where he lends his expertise in designing and managing testing programs to this innovative new start-up company. BTS are the company who are behind the Pulse Air Tightness testing method which has been proposed as an alternative testing method within the Future Homes Standard consultation.
Martyn Bridges- Worcester Bosch
Martyn has been in the Heating Industry for over 40 years, after serving as an apprenticeship with a Worcester based installation company he joined what was then Worcester Engineering in 1986 as Technical Services Engineer. He has held numerous technical and training roles within the company and has been the Technical Director since 2006 with responsibility for Product Management, Engineering Services, Training and Standards and Regulations.
Max Halliwell- Mitsubishi Electric
Max Halliwell is Communications Manager for Mitsubishi Electric’s (M.E) Heating and Residential Ventilation product range. Prior to this role he was product manager for the Market leading Air Source Heat Pump range Ecodan. He has been a key force behind M.E's movement into the UK market for residential heat pumps. M.E. has campaigned hard to gain recognition for air source heat pumps and Max has been instrumental in pushing forward many legislative changes. Before joining M.E. Max spent many years at the Building Research Establishment (BRE) working on a variety of sustainability initiatives and projects.