Local Groups

The AECB has a number of Local Groups across the country, providing an opportunity to meet with both AECB members and interested non-members. Meetings vary in style and are still evolving in format – there is much expertise and a diversity of views to be found through the opportunity to interact with people keen to share their knowledge related to different aspects of sustainable building.
Local Group events take the form of site visits, CPD seminars (Continued Professional Development), guest speakers or as purely social gatherings –  providing AECB members and invited guests with a unique opportunity to network and share knowledge and experience with others.

“The group visits are hugely rewarding, not only do you see live projects but you meet so many interesting people who are passionate about building and keen to share their knowledge and experience” Tabitha, Supporting Individual, Powys

To find out more about a group near to you, please click below. (Please note we are currently adding groups to this list so please email us if you would like to discuss a group in your area or you would like to set one up).

The Birmingham Group will be aiming to bring together anyone that would like to design, building and live in healthy ...
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Who are we and what do we do? The AECB Brighton group (Brighton sustainable building group) monthly meet-up provides an informal ...
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The Bristol group has lain dormant for a few years, but we’d like to breathe new life into it in ...
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Who are we and what do we do? We are looking to start a network of people interested in sustainable ...
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The Cheshire, Shropshire & Staffordshire group is being established so we can share what we are all doing across this ...
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Who are we and what do we do? The group covers a wide geographic area and so events and visits may ...
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The AECB Cumbria is a new group with the aim of spreading best practice amongst both members and non-members of ...
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We are re-starting the Essex group as the Essex and Suffolk group to hold topical meetings and visits on a ...
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The AECB Hampshire Group has been dormant for some years and relaunched in 2018. Our aim is to bring together ...
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This is a new group which Iain Kirkpatrick has kindly volunteered to run.  About the group: Iain envisages the group developing ...
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Who are we and what do we do?  Paul established the Kent Group in around 2010, and created the first Pedalhaus ...
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Who are we and what do we do? The AECB Lancashire Group was originally formed in 2010, holding a number ...
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The AECB London group is looking for roots. It is currently based around an irregular meet up of like minded ...
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What do we do? Our group meets up informally to share knowledge and ideas for sustainable building. We try to ...
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We are a new group, and have met a couple of times in the pub in Norwich to talk about ...
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Who are we and what do we do? What are the challenges you’re facing on your project? What are the ...
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Who are we and what do we do? The AECB Oxford region shares views and experiences of its members and ...
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Who are we and what do we do? It seems essential that there should be a group representing AECB members based ...
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Who are we and what do we do? This new AECB Surrey group is for professionals and non-professionals, interested in ...
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Who are we are and what do we do? We promote sustainable building practice and the aims of the AECB at ...
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What do we do? We are looking to re-invigorate this group so if you would like to be part of ...
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The Zero Carbon Yorkshire buildings working group becomes the AECB Yorkshire Group! The  Zero Carbon Yorkshire Buildings working group has become the ...
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