With domestic households being responsible for 24% of UK carbon emissions we can all play a role in reducing our impact on the climate. But retrofitting in conservation areas can be complicated, which comes first conservation concerns, or tackling building related carbon emissions?
This session will look at how much local authorities can waver from statutory obligations and if there are ways to work around requirements and obligations so that householders in conservation areas are able to tackle their domestic emissions.
Come and hear from the experience of Bath Community and West in how to tackle retrofit in listed buildings, share your experiences and discussion points.
“The Age Old Problem of Energy Efficiency & Listed Buildings. Jonathan Ashe, Chartered Architect & Passivhaus Designer” Jonathan Ashe, JA Architects
How to use Local Listed Building Consent orders to enable easy take up of solar and window insulation on historic buildings & how to make most permitted development in Conservation Areas. ` Sarah Buckingham, Sustainable Design & Heritage Team Leader Planning & Place, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
Leading the way in historic homes retrofit: Our LEAD project an overview: Sara Grimes, Bath & West Community Energy