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AECB’s Silver Standard

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March 1, 2015

AECB members are encouraged to build to our Silver Standard. It is aimed at those wishing to create high-performance buildings using widely available technology at little or no extra cost. We estimate that this low-risk option will reduce overall CO2¬†emissions by 70% compared to the » Read More

AECB Annual Conference and AGM 19-20 June 2015 – Usable Buildings and Neighbourhoods

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March 1, 2015

Early Booking Deadline: 22 May 2015 For this years conference we will be working closely with Fionn Stevenson and the School of Architecture at the University of Sheffield. They are doing innovative research into social and environmental connections in local environments, as well as buildings, » Read More

Welcome to our New Members

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February 28, 2015

A warm welcome to the following new members who have joined the AECB recently; Catharine Bull London Asif Ud Din London East Island Devon Esmond Tresidder Derbyshire Catherine Harker Birmingham Mark Watts Kent Footprint Architecture West Yorkshire Peter Meadows Oxfordshire Alba EPC Highland, Scotland Beth » Read More

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