If you didn't get the chance to attend our Future Footprints event in London, access our video to watch Julian Allwood speak about sustainable materials: http://youtu.be/yDvrKyNaov0
Here is the latest news from ASBP.
Thanks to Professor Julian Allwood, Cambridge University, Keynote speaker, 17th April from 13.30 with UCL
Many thanks to Professor Julian Allwood, who gave a fascinating presentation, as our keynote on April 17th, on where the big RE wins can be found - through rationalisation, adaptability, re-use and the business opportunities and barriers for re-use. His slides, book and accompanying CD are all available as free downloads at www.withbotheyesopen.com - and should be compulsory reading for every built environment professional and student in our view. Many thanks as well to Paul Ekins for his magnificent chairing.
18th April 2013
We were in Portcullis House on Monday 15th April to give evidence to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Excellence in the Built Environment
12th April 2013
Further to our event on 26th March, we have prepared a position paper with policy recommendations for comment by attendees and members. This will form the basis of our discussions with DECC on 9th May. Please find the paper under resources and either track changes on document or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments.
26th March 2013
13th February, 17.30 – 20.00 Healthy Retrofit co-hosted with Cullinan Studios at our offices, the Foundry, 5 Baldwin Terrace, London N1 7RU Speakers; Neil May, ASBP Board member, STBA and NBT; Johnny Winter, Edward Cullinan Architects and Richard Griffiths, Parity Projects and UKGBC Chaired by Jon Bootland, SDF Free to 20 x ASBP members and guests