Programme

9:30

Policy

Jenny HillClimate Emergency, the need for 2030 targets and the role of buildings

Jenny Hill, Team Leader: Buildings, Industry, Committee on Climate Change

John PalmerPassivhaus 2030 Roadmap: responding to the climate emergency

John Palmer, Research and Policy Director, Passivhaus Trust

Lynne SullivanThe Buildings Mission and the Future Homes standard
Lynne Sullivan, Green Construction Board

Kevin FreaClimate emergency plans at a local and national level
Kevin Frea, Deputy Leader & Member for Climate Emergency, Lancaster City Council

Denise CraghillPassivhaus plans on a city-wide scale
Denise Craghill, Member for Housing, York City Council

11:30

Keynote projects

Residential

New York Tower

House at Cornell Tech

The House at Cornell Tech is a 26 storey, 87m high student housing block in New York, proving that Passivhaus is possible at the biggest scale.

Agar Grove

Agar Grove, Camden

The redevelopment of Agar Grove in Camden is set to become the UK’s largest residential Passivhaus development when complete. The first block of 38 homes achieved Passivhaus certification in May 2018 and has since been monitored for performance and occupant comfort.

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Great Yarmouth retrofit

Great Yarmouth Retrofit - render

This retrofit of a 1950s block of six council flats aims to demonstrate a fast, efficient and cost-effective solution to the challenge of deep retrofit on a common building typology, with the potential to then be rolled out on similar buildings across the country.

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Non-domestic

Erne Campus

Erne Campus South West College

Erne Campus is striving to become the first commercial Passivhaus Premium building in the UK. Currently on-site, construction is due to complete in January 2020.

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Frankfurt Hospital

Frankfurt Hospital under construction

Learn from the progress of a large, complex, and energy hungry building typology. The world’s first hospital designed to the Passivhaus Standard is nearing completion.

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1 Regent Street retrofit, Cambridge

1 Regent Street, Entopia Building (c) Architype

The new home for the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership is set to be one of the most ambitious non-domestic retrofits to the EnerPHit standard in the UK so far.

14:00

Skills and demand / How to deliver Passivhaus

INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP

Passivhaus training and skills needs

Training and skills needs
Tomás O'Leary, Passive House Academy
Panel speakers:

INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP

Stimulating demand (policy & procurement)

Stimulating demand
Rob Bernhardt, Passive House Canada (video link)

Panel speakers:

CASE STUDIES

How to deliver Passivhaus

Social housing on Caerphilly Magistrates' Court site:
Procurement lessons and costs feedback
Alun Watkins, Lync Cymru

Harris Academy, Sutton:
Design and construction planning
Christian Dimbleby, Architype & Khasha Mohammadian, Willmott Dixon

The Barrel Store:
Construction and quality management
Toby Cambray, Greengauge

16:00

Scaling up / Passivhaus technical

INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP

Scaling up retrofit

The role of retrofit in decarbonising city regions
Matt Rooney, Anthesis

Panel speakers:

INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP

Industrialising Passivhaus

Passivhoos and off-site construction
Matt Bridgestock, John Gilbert Architects

Panel speakers:

SHORT SEMINARS

Passivhaus technical

Summer comfort on large schemes
Jonathan Hines, Architype

Practical techniques for Passivhaus construction
Rafael Delimata, Bow Tie Construction

Detailing for different build systems
Peter Ranken, Accredited Passivhaus Design

Retrofit, WUFI modelling and moisture control
Toby Cambray, Greengauge

Passivhaus, natural materials and embodied carbon
Anna Carton, Passivhaus Homes

17:30

Closing panel discussion

How can the whole industry achieve Passivhaus or equivalent by 2030?

Chair: Marion Baeli

18:00 - 19:30

Drinks and networking

Passivhaus Student Competition Awards Ceremony

Passivhaus Student Competition 2019

Programme subject to change