Sussex AECB group is a relatively new group running in Tandem with the Brighton group who meet on the first Tuesday of every month, we will dovetail with these meetings. We aim to deliver talks on a bi monthly basis that educate and simultaneously stimulate debate, always a rather easy task with our members! The AECB is all about building knowledge so we are aiming to bring contractors, designer and clients together to further the AECB name as the place to go for for building knowledge. We aim to arrange site visits as part of this in the warmer months. If you have a topic you’d like to see covered, or a project you think might be of interest please do let us know.

Ideas and suggestions for the group are very welcome – please contact the group leader below.

Meet the group leader:

Joanna Saady is a Chartered Architect and a passionate advocate for sustainable living and networking among fellow enthusiasts to further our knowledge in delivering buildings that enable us to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. Jo completed her MSc in Energy Efficient Building 20 years, afterwards working for Oxford Brookes University in research within a European project in Thermal Comfort before moving to Sussex to found Ecotecture and have a family. She is currently undertaking further training to specialise in in historic buildings, working towards full membership of HIBC. Jo is a former AECB Trustee and director of Ecotecture Ecological design Ltd a Chartered RIBA practice. Other passions are piano, running, dogs, championing autism (her youngest son is autistic) and the family she calls ecotecture!

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Haywards Heath, RH16 1BA United Kingdom
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