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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include a seminar on the building performance gap and the opening of Lesser Known Architecture at the Design Museum

Closing the Design Performance Gap

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When 5 June, 9.15am – 1.30pm

Where Bidwells, Saxon House, Chelmsford

As part of a discussion about closing the performance gap, the University of East Anglia’s Centre for the Built Environment (CBE) will provide an overview of the Soft Landings process and Building Use Studies (BUS) surveys.

www.adaptcbe.co.uk

Carbon Buzz Platform Launch

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When 6 June, 5.45pm

Where City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London

The first chance to learn how the new CarbonBuzz platform can help you bridge the energy performance gap.

www.carbonbuzz.org

BRE debate: The Future of Sustainable Housing

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When 3 June, 3 – 6pm

Where Institution of Civil Engineers,1 Great George St, Westminster, London

Keen stakeholders in the housing industry will review what has been learned from the last six years and debate what the future might hold. It is followed by the Sustainable Homes Award .

www.bre.co.uk

Eco-refurbishment and The Green Deal

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When 6 June, 9am - 5pm

Where Roots and Shoots, Walnut Tree Walk, Kennington, London

The Green Register is providing a one-day course on ‘eco-refurbishment’ and how to advise clients to make best use of the Green Deal.

www.greenregister.org.uk

Lesser Known Architecture

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When 04 June – 22 July

Where Design Museum, 28 Shad Thames, London

Leading architecture critics have nominated their favourite spaces that are often overlooked that contribute to the richness of London’s architecture.  The AJ’s Rory Olcayto’s pick is the Crystal Palace subway.

designmuseum.org

 

 

 

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