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24 25 MAY 2005 : DESIGNING AND BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE EXHIBITION / CONFERENCE / CASE STUDIES / KEYNOTES / NETWORKING

The QEII Conference Centre,Westminster, London

24 25 May 2005

Designing and Building a Sustainable Future


Seminars & Workshops including:
An Architects' Guide to Implementing Part L & the EPBD Sustainable Housing Refurbishment Specifying Timber from Sustainable Sources Building-Integrated Photovoltaics Sustainable Water Management in the Built Environment Ecobuild with Precast Concrete and Masonry

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EXHIBITION / CONFERENCE / CASE STUDIES / KEYNOTES / NETWORKING

The Ecobuild conference is designed so that you can attend the entire 2 Day proceedings, OR just a single day, OR just those sessions in which you are most interested. Day 1: 24th May - Conference Programme
Module 1 9.00 - 12.00 Welcome Address from Ecobuild Chairman Richard Simmons, CEO of CABE Leading Cities to Greener Future Ken Livingstone / Nicky Gavron, Mayor of London [ tbc] Form & Function in Sustainable Design Quinlan Terry - Quinlan & Francis Terry Architects Stefan Behling - Senior Partner Norman Foster & Partners David Adjaye - Adjaye Associates New Urbanism & Sustainable Design John Thomson - John Thomson & Partners Tackling Climate Change Stephen Tindale, Executive Director - Greenpeace Building homes and communities for One Planet Living Paul King , Campaign Director - WWF Social Housing Leads the Way in Sustainable Design and Build Jon Rouse, Chief Executive - The Housing Corporation Rethinking Construction Rt. Hon. Patricia Hewitt MP [tbc] Delivering Environmentally and Socially Responsible Property John Duggan, CEO - Gazeley The ODPMs New Code for Sustainable Buildings Michael Ankers, CEO - Construction Products Association

Module 2 13.30 - 14.45 Planning & Policy Round Up Highlights of the Sustainable Communities Summit Agenda on Housing Agenda on Climate Control Green Targets for Government Procurement The introduction of Carbon Tax Living roofs Biodiversity by design a guide for Sustainable Communities Eddie Hyams, Chairman - Energy Saving Trust Gideon Amos, Director - Town & Country Planning Association Ray Noble, Government Adviser BP Solar Robin Nicholson CBE, Director Edward Cullinan Architects David Crowhurst, Director - BRE Module 3 15.00 - 16.15 Procurement & Delivery

Mechanisms for delivering new communities Role of Designers & Builders Housing One Million Sustainable Homes EP / RDA Sustainable Master planning. Smart Practice: Contracts Procurement and marketing the tender

Ian Coull, CEO - Slough Estates Michael Smith, Head of Sustainable Development - Yorkshire Forward Trevor Butler, Head of Sustainabilty BDP Joanna Averley, Director of Enabling Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment

Module 4 16.30 - 17.45 Financing the Future: the Principles of Sustainable Finance "the role of PFI in design" Smart Growth and Intelligent Local Finance Reputation, risk and reward: the business case for sustainable design and construction Can good sustainability performance enhance investment returns? Dr Nicholas Falk, Founding Director - Urbed Liz Peace, CEO British Property Federation Sarah Ratcliffe, Director - Upstream Chris Brown CEO, Igloo Regeneration [tbc] 18.00 VIP Cocktail Reception
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24 25 MAY 2005 ECOBUILD: DESIGNING AND BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

Day 2: 25th May - Conference Programme


Incorporates The RIBA Sustainable Futures Group Objectives. Module 11 09.00 - 11.00 Transforming the Urban Environment Through Sustainable Design

Welcome Address by the Chairman Nick Thompson, Partner - Cole Thompson Anthills to Labyrinths - Emerging sustainable architecture Patrick Bellew, Director - Atelier Ten Ltd Good design is crucial to creating sustainable communities. Referring to Europe and the UK, this session will explore what we mean by design quality and the impact of good design. Materials Matter Beyond Bed Zed - bringing sustainable methods into the mainstream Housing for the Millennium Space Lindsey Whitelaw, Director Whitelaw & Turkington Chris Wilkinson - Wilkinson Eyre Nick Johnson, Director - Urban Splash Barry Munday, Chairman - PRP Architects Prof. Quentin Leiper - Carillion

Module 12 11.30 - 13.00 Designing Cities with Low Environmental Impact

Is it possible to construct energy efficient buildings with conventional materials? A challenge for all those involved in planning, design and construction, this session considers an integrated approach to: Creating places with a low environmental impact Assessing ways of reducing carbon emissions Utilizing renewable technologies Maximising efficient use of water Minimising waste Designing in green space Sustainable refurbishment - Generation Homes Decent Homes +

Bill Dunster - Dunster Architects Gary Clark, Project Director Hopkins Architecture Sue Roaf - Oxford Brooks Dept. of Architecture Bill Gething, Partner - Feildon Clegg Bradley, Chair - Sustainable Futures Group [tbc] Christopher J Shirley Smith Imperial College London Ian McKay, Director - BBM Sustainable Design Ltd. Paul Ruyssevelt, Director of Sustainable Built Environment - ESD David Turrent, Director - ECD Architects

Module 13 13.45 - 15.00 The World Were In... Chaired by Louis Armstrong, Chief Executive of RICS

The environment is our planets greatest asset.There has been too much talk about solutions and not enough action. Now is the time for governments and businesses to recognise what has to be done and act before its too late."

Panel: David Lunts, Head of Urban Policy Unit - ODPM / Director of Policy & Partnerships - GLA George Ferguson, President - RIBA Paul Ruyssevelt - Director of Sustainable Built Environment ESD Simon Alford, Co founder - Alford Hall Monaghan Morris Russell Marsh , Head of Policy - The Green alliance

Module 14 15.15 - 16.30 World Round - Up Lessons to be learnt from Europe, the US and Middle East If London wins the bid can Britain deliver the most sustainable Olympics Games the world has ever seen? Solar Design The City of Tommorow - Malmo Sweden Sir Terry Farrell - Terry Farrell Asssociates Alan Kell, Project Director - Integer UK Sir Richard McCormac Maccormac Jamieson Pritchard Pooran Desai, Director BioRegional Development Group Eva Dalman, Architect - Malmo City Planning [tbc] 17.15 Close by Chairman

Conference & Workshops programmed & directed by Jayne Van Hoen For further details please contact jvhoen@ibeltd.com or telephone +44 [0] 7958 588886

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Day 1: 24th May Workshops and Seminars

Module 5 13.30 - 14.45 Green Roofs Systems CPD Workshop Bauder Green roofs the growing trend storm water management, reducing heat island effect, regaining biodiversity of wildlife in towns and cities by creating a range of Microhabitants: The benefits of a green roof financial, environmental and ecological Types of green roof Adopting a standard Mr. Peter Allnutt, Head of Environmental and Green Roof Concepts
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Module 6 15.00 - 16.15 WRAP Casestudy WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) is working to increase the amount of recycled materials used in construction. Learn how to meet the requirements for recycled content recommended by the Sustainable Buildings Task Group, the economics and product implications and the case study evidence. Find out about the tools and guidance available to help your organisation. Dr. David Moon, Procurement Programme Manager
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Module 7 16.30 - 17.45 The Big Insulation Debate Are green insulation materials able to compete with more conventional products in our fight to slow climate change? " the new insulation Materials Chart" Analysis of " the new insulation Materials Chart" Module 8 11.30 - 13.00 Ecobuild with Precast Concrete and Masonry Precast concrete can have a significant positive impact of construction in terms of buildability, certainty, quality, safety efficiency and sustainability. However the benefits are not always immediately recognised by clients .This session dispel some of the myths. Stuart Bell, Technical Director - Marshalls PLc Martin Clarke, MD - British Precast
Supported by

Keith Bennett, Energy Savings Trust (Chair of Housing Group)

Module 9 15.00 - 16.15 The Modern Face of Lime The introduction of carbon tax or legislation setting targets for recyling buildings could make cement impractical. The evolution of Lime mortars, plasters and renders crossing the road into mainstrain new buildings as the ecological alternative to cement Tax Breaks and The Construction Of Sustainable Homes Lime as cement. Ian Pritchett, Managing Director Lime Technology Ltd

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Module 10 13.30 - 17.30 Off-site Construction Seminar Introduction from Chairman Prof. Ray Ogden, Oxford Brooks Dept. of Architecture Is the Time Right to Promote Newer Ways to Construct Britains Buildings? Session will include: a round-up of the offsite technologies available, starting with a radical vision for the way off-site construction might be delivered in the next few years.To include German & Asian casestudies. Stuart Gee, Project Manager - WAVE Homes John Miles, Director - Arup Can Prefabricated Construction Techniques Deliver the Affordable Homes Required in the Sustainable Communities Plan? Sue Chalkley, Director of Development and Regeneration - Gallions EcoPark Development David Crowhurst - BRE Construction Architects Challenge: Can Architects Create an Entire Building Using Offsite "off the shelf" Construction Modules? Colin Lacuna - Clague Architects Sustainable Steel Construction David Westburgh, Advisory Architect - Corus Innovations in the Precast Concrete Sector Martin Clarke, CE - British Precast Debate: Offsite Versus Traditional Construction Methods Are developers flexible and forward thinking? How far has the MOD embraced OSC? OSC in UK Regeneration and new build housing projects Dickon Robinson - Peabody Trust Philip Heath - Kingspan TEK John Slaughter - House Builders Federation Steven Barrett, MD - Spaceover Stewart Milne - Timber Systems Darren Richards, Director - Technicom James Pickard, Partner - Cartwright Pickard.

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24 25 MAY 2005 ECOBUILD: DESIGNING AND BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE


Day 2: 25th May Workshops and Seminars
Module 15 10. 00 - 12.00 Sustainable Water Management in the Built Environment This workshop is an introduction to the issues that need to be addressed to ensure that the UKs buildings use water efficiently and dispose of waste water and storm water in a sustainable manner. All solutions proposed will be analysed as to their suitability as part of a sustainable water strategy. All current relevant regulations will be referred to and the important design points to ensure systems comply. The current situation with water use and disposal and the UK and the effect climate change will have on this Increasing stress on water resources Increasing flooding Reduce water demand by good design and use of low water appliances Dual flush WCs - new and retrofit devices Urinal controls and waterless urinals Composting toilets Flow regulators and low flow taps and showers Reduce water demand using alternative water supplies Rainwater Harvesting Greywater Recycling Disposal of foul water best environmental options Reed beds and constructed wetlands Stormwater management Sustainable drainage systems (SUDS) Module 16 13.45 - 15.00 Sustainable Energy: Combined Heat and Power CHP is an important element in the Government's new energy policy, as set down in the Energy White Paper.The bold ambition is to set the UK on the path to achieving a 60% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. CHP targets What is Good Quality CHP? CHP Strategy Module 17 15.15 - 16.30 An Architects' Guide to Implementing Part L & the EPBD Meeting new energy performance targets in buildings. The new Part L regulations will have a major impact on the design process for any building type. It is essential to familiarise yourself with the new regulations and understand how to adapt your working practices to conform to Part L.Additionally, the EPBD will encourage clients to take an increase interest in the energy efficiency of their buildings. Do you understand how Part L will impact building design and are you equipped to meet your client's increase awareness in sustainability issues? Keith Boxer, Architect - Sheppard Robson Steve Irving, Director of Building Research - FaberMaunsell [tbc] Measures to encourage CHP Jeremy Eppe - Sustainable Energy Defra Workshop Leader: Cath Hassell

Module 18 10.00 - 11.15 Specifying timber from sustainable sources TRADA CPD Workshop There are many challenges to ensuring that sustainable timber is used in projects.The timber industry - throughout the entire timber supply chain - has made huge strides over the past decade in handling these challenges.This session will update specifiers on the progress made and provide guidance on how they can specify sustainable timber. Alasdair McGregor, TRADA

Module 19 11.45 - 13.00 Climate for Change The Future Shape of Timber Frame Timber frame is currently used for over 15% of all new build housing and a third of all new Social Housing in England & Wales. So why are more and more construction professionals choosing Timber Frame? Bryan Woodley, CEO - UK Timber Fame Association [tbc] John Tong, Managing Finnforest President of Timber Trade Federation [tbc]

Module 20 14.00 - 15.15 Implementing the New FSC Chain of Custody Standards The impact of newly launched "chain of custody standards for tracking wood" The benefits of the FSC Label Beck Woodrow - FSC Construction Specialist

Module 21 10.00 - 11.15 Harvesting the Countryside: Hemp for sustainable environmental development Module 22 11.45 - 13.00 Energy Challenge Your chance to plan the energy future of the UK! In this light-hearted (but slightly mathematical) challenge, your team will use supplied numbers forthe energy that can be collected using different renewable energy technologies, plan energy budgets, and decide the best mix for the UK of the future - running on 100% renewable energy! Jackie Carpenter - Energy 21 Hemp - harvest the countryside and build with it... build dry, build light, build with thermal mass. A dream come true? Ralph Carpenter - Modece Architects

Module 23 14.00 - 15.30 Building-Integrated Photovoltaics Workshop Ecobuild will hold a workshop on the practical aspects of integrating PV in buildings. It will be a major opportunity for people to learn from others' experience, and to hear how successful other groups have been in implementing PV. The real effect of the announcement made by Mike OBrien, the new Minister for Energy of an additional 6 million to extend the PV Major Demonstration Programme through 2005. Case studies include First Solar PV School Isle of Wight. Bob King, Chairman The British Photovoltaic Association Paul Hinkin - Black Architecture

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Day 1: 24th May


I Module 1 09.00 - 12.00 Ecobuild Plenary Sessions I Module 2 13.30 - 14.45 Planning & Policy Round Up I Module 3 15.00 - 16.15 Procurement & Delivery I Module 4 16.30 - 17.45 Financing the Future I Module 5 13.30 - 14.45 Bauder Workshop I Module 6 15.00 - 16.15 WRAP Workshop I Module 7 16.30 - 17.45 The Big Insulation Debate I Module 8 11.30 - 13.00 British Precast Workshop I Module 9 15.00 - 16.15 The Modern Face of Lime I Module 10 13.30 - 17.30 Off-site Construction Seminar

Day 2: 25th May


75 + VAT 75 + VAT 75 + VAT 75 + VAT Free of Charge / CPD Free of Charge Free of Charge 25 + VAT Free of Charge 135 + VAT
I Module 11 09.00 - 11.00 Transforming the Urban Environment I Module 12 11.30 - 13.00 Cities with Low Environmental Impact I Module 13 13.45 - 15.00 The World were in I Module 14 15.15 - 16.30 World Round - Up I Module 15 10. 00 - 12.00 Sustainable Water Management I Module 16 13.45 - 15.00 Combined Heat and Power I Module 17 15.15 - 16.30 Implementing Part L and the EPBD I Module 18 10.00 - 11.15 Achieving Durability by Design with Timber I Module 19 11.45 - 13.00 The Future Shape of Timber Frame I Module 20 14.00 - 15.15

75 + VAT 75 + VAT 75 + VAT 75 + VAT 75 + VAT / CPD 25 + VAT 25 + VAT 25 + VAT 25 + VAT 25 + VAT Free of Charge 25 + VAT Free of Charge

New FSC Chain of Custody Standards

I Module 21 10.00 - 11.15 Harvesting the Countryside I Module 22 11.45 - 13.00 Energy Challenge I Module 23 14.00 - 15.30 Photovoltaics Workshop

I Tick here for Tours of the Construction Resources Centre Waterloo on May 24th at 16.00. An hour and a half talk and tour will give an overview of the centre and the

environmentally sound products that are promoted at Construction Resources.There are three floors of displays and products, and there will be full opportunity to ask questions throughout.Visitors are welcome to walk around the centre afterwards to study the displays in more detail. The cost for the tour is 25 including transport to and from the QEII.

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