Book your ticket for Elmhurst's Scotland Conference
Elmhurst is hosting its Scotland Conference on 10th March at Hampden Park Stadium in Glasgow. The event is an unmissable opportunity to hear from leading figures, including representatives from Scottish Government, on the recently released consultation: 'Energy Efficient Scotland: Improving energy efficiency in owner occupied homes' and the proposed changes to minimum energy standards which impact the private rented sector in Scotland.
The proposals have the potential to revolutionise the energy efficiency landscape in Scotland and lead to an increase in demand for EPCs. During the event you will hear from various experts and have the opportunity to pose your own questions to the panel.
The deadline for the Energy Efficient Scotland consultation is 26 March 2020. Elmhurst will be using the views expressed at this event to form part of our consultation response.
- 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 at the stadium
Katie Chan- Scottish Government
Katie is a senior policy officer for the Scottish Government. She was part of the team which released the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (Scotland) Regulations 2019 consultation. Her other work includes research and analysis into developing regulations of energy efficiency of private sector housing (REEPS): modelling improvements to the target stock.
Patrick McCurdie - Scottish Government
Patrick works as a policy manager on the Energy Efficient Scotland (EES) programme which aims to ensure all homes in Scotland are EPC band C by 2040. He leads and provides support on the policy development to ensure EPC targets within the owner occupied can be achieved by 2040.
Felicity Tolley – Energy Saving Trust (EST)
Felicity Tolley is responsible for the management of the Scottish Home Renewables programme, delivered on behalf of the Scottish Government. Scottish Home Renewables aims to overcome barriers to uptake of home renewables and energy storage systems across Scotland.
John Blackwood- Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL)
John has worked in the private rented sector for over 20 years and is widely recognised as one of the foremost experts on all aspects of the Scottish private rented sector (PRS). He is the chief executive of the Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL), managing director of the Gladstones group of letting agencies and chairman of Landlord Accreditation Scotland (LAS). John represent SAL on Scottish Government committees, working to inform and influence housing policy.