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Chief Executive, Crest Nicholson and Paul Drechsler, CEO Elsewhere on the programme there are dozens of
Wates, are amongst the respected figures taking to the attractions and special events.
stage to tackle pertinent topics such as Copenhagen
The presentation of BRE Global’s BREEAM Awards, which
consequences: how strong is the political will for a low
recognise and reward those involved in the design and
carbon Britain?, International & green: learning from
construction of the highest scoring buildings certified
around the world and Second generation sustainability:
under BREEAM, will take place in the Ecobuild Arena on
zero carbon without the bling.
Wednesday 03 March. A BREEAM ‘excellent’ rating is a
See the full conference programme at www.ecobuild.co.uk/conference pre-qualification, which ensures that winners truly
represent exemplary sustainable design and construction.
ecobuild fringe, attractions, special events
Each development will have been independently assessed
Another new initiative for 2010 is the Ecobuild fringe, an
and certified, and in order to win an award, each building
eclectic range of events from exhibitors, supporters and
must have excelled in every environmental category –
partners, all taking place at or around Earls Court during
from energy to ecology - and represent an holistic approach
Ecobuild. Highlights include:
to delivering environmental sustainability. Awards will be
presented to the top rated buildings in the UK, together with
One planet living – BioRegional
a number of special awards in an international category.
The power of landscape to deliver communities –
The Solar Decathlon Europe competition stops off at
The Landscape Institute
Ecobuild too, with the debut of The Nottingham HOUSE
Delivering sustainable M&E projects –
(Home Optimising the Use of Solar Energy) at Ecobuild on
M&E Sustainability
its way to the final in Madrid in June. The University of
Bio-based materials for better low carbon buildings –
Nottingham’s Department of the Built Environment (SBE)
National Non Food Crop Centre (NNFCC)
has teamed up with Saint-Gobain to create the HOUSE –
an energy efficient, zero carbon solar powered home –
Ventilation and indoor air quality – AECB
which is part of the students’ entry into the competition.
Delivering low energy sustainable buildings:
the people dimension – Construction Skills
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