There is an exciting wave of change happening in the UK sustainable building industry. The Welsh assembly recently voted through new legally-binding carbon emissions targets for the country, with more energy efficient new builds among the strategies for reducing emissions.
This AECB Wales group is being established because I believe that together we can inspire, develop and share our expertise in sustainable building practice.
How will it work
In the early stages it’s likely to be a mix of webinars and face-to-face meetings, but we’ll decide the details together. As a first step, I’d like to meet you on a lunchtime webinar, see below for details.
Meet the group leader:
Hi, I’m Jasper Meade and with over 25 years’ experience in the sustainable building industry, I am committed to providing quality low energy solutions for high performance buildings. We have our own off-site house building factory in Wales producing fully engineered, insulated and air-tight closed panels using timber I-beams. I champion the growth of Passive House in the UK, particularly in Wales and frequently speak at building conferences.
I am a director on the board of Woodknowledge Wales, focusing on the development of companies involved in the supply, demand and use of timber in construction in Wales. I’m also a member of the Alliance of Sustainable Building Products. Believing firmly in education and innovation for the future, I regularly conduct CPD seminars at architect practices and universities.
For general questions: email firstname.lastname@example.org (Marketing Manager)
Twitter: @warmcel @PYCGroup
LinkedIn: Jasper Meade
We’re opening our doors on 1st May. Free to attend. Guest speakers. Lunch and factory tour Opportunity to discuss drawings Details will be posted on our Events page and emailed. Follow us @PYCGroup & @WarmcelFind out more »
Don't miss this Passivhaus Social event aimed at Housing Associations, Local Authorities and all those involved with building energy-efficient housing. Jasper will be presenting 'Managing cost and delivery risk on low carbon schemes' but there's so much more. See the link for details and tickets. Passivhaus, zero carbon & health. The Welsh Government has […]Find out more »
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