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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

This week’s events include a debate on the specification of timber and a conference on retrofitting London’s housing stock

UK-GBC wood first debate

Timbers

When: 22 January, 6pm

Where: Garden Room, Museum of London

Recently Hackney Council was the first local authority in the UK to incorporate the use of timber over other construction materials into their planning policy. This sparked debate among many in the industry and this event, being held by the UK-GBC will pick up on this.

www.ukgbc.org

Energy conversations

energy conversations

When: 23 January, 6.30pm

Where: The Building Centre

The latest in the series of energy conversations is entitled electric blues, and will explore the drive for clean energy and what the UK needs to do to adapt to these changes.

www.buildingcentre.co.uk

Retrofitting London’s homes

London Housing

When: 24 January, 8.30am

Where: The Building Centre

This half-day conference organised by the NLA will examine how London is meeting its targets to retrofit the existing housing stock.

www.newlondonarchitecture.org

AJ Footprint’s Women in Sustainable Architecture

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Read AJ Footprint’s pick of the most empowering women working in sustainable architecture.

CPD from the AJ

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Complete the latest CPD from the AJ entitled the design and specification of lead sheet roofing on the AJ CPD Portal.

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