Retrofitting London’s Homes – is the capital meeting its sustainability targets?

Sponsored by Grosvenor
London has been tasked with reducing its carbon emissions by 60 per cent up to 2025, requiring a significant contribution from its existing housing stock, which currently contributes to 36 per cent of the region’s carbon emissions alone.

This NLA half-day conference will examine how successfully London is meeting its targets to retrofit its existing housing stock. We’ll present a selection of best practice case studies and innovative models currently being instigated both by the private and public sectors, update on regional and local planning policies for housing retrofit and examine progress with the practical application of the Green Deal.

Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor for Housing, Land and Property, GLA

Marion Baeli, Associate Architect, Paul Davis and Partners

Chris Cheshire, Business Leader - Innovation, United House

Giles Clarke, Executive Director, London Estate, Grosvenor

Claire Craig, Historic Environment Planning Adviser - London, English Heritage

Dr Mark Dowson, Sustainability Engineer, Buro Happold

Mark Elton, Associate Director, ECD Architects

Andrew Mellor, Partner, PRP Environmental

Tim Starley-Grainger, Low Carbon Zone Project Manager, City of Westminster

Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (Chair)

Speakers names confirmed at time of publication, but may be subject to change.