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Reader Offer - Passivhaus seminars with Wolfgang Feist

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Three complimentary passes for upcoming sessions in London, Cardiff and Glasgow

This offer is now closed.

The winners are:

London - Tom Fowlie, Jestico + Whiles

Glasgow - Tim Harland, Gareth Hoskins Architects

Cardiff - Ben Metcalfe, Barton Willmore

Footprint have teamed up with the Passivhaus Trust to offer readers a free pass to Passivhaus seminars led by Dr. Wolfgang Feist and supported by leading UK Passivhaus experts.

London

Goldsmith College - 30 June 2012 - 9.00am - 5pm

Technical panel with case studies and afternoon seminar-workshop with Pete Warm

Glasgow

University of Strathclyde - 2 July 2012 - 1.30pm - 5pm

Seminar entitled ‘Passivhaus – the way to meet low energy targets?

Cardiff

Cardiff University - 3 July 2012 - 1.30pm - 5pm

Technical seminar with case studies.

Hadlow. Photo: Eurobuild

Passivhaus-certified Hadlow Rural Regeneration Centre in Tonbridge. Photo: Eurobuild

More detailed information about each event is available here. The technical sessions will be relevant for delegates of all levels of Passivhaus knowledge.

To win a complimentary ticket, email the location of the seminar you would like to attend to ajsustainability@emap.com, along with your name, occupation and contact details.

Subscribe to Footprint by email and follow Hattie Hartman on twitter.

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See images, drawings and data for 10 certified PassivHaus projects in the AJBL

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