The HCA, with the ARCC Network, will be hosting a workshop on overheating and indoor air quality in Peterborough on 23 June.
The HCA, working with the Adaptation and Resilience in the Context of Change Network, will host a free, one day workshop for affordable housing providers and developers on how to avoid overheating and poor indoor air quality in new homes.
The event will cover:
The event is aimed at professionals involved in the commissioning, development and delivery of new affordable homes, including:
Definitions and causes of poor indoor air quality and overheating in homes. Part one - Dr Anna Mavrogianni
(PDF, 4.88MB, 17 pages)
The health, comfort and energy consequences of poor indoor environmental quality for individuals and communities. Part two - Dr Anna Mavrogianni
(PDF, 2.05MB, 12 pages)
Overheating in homes - Bill Gething
(PDF, 1.2MB, 20 pages)
The policy context - Bob Ledsome
(PDF, 313KB, 7 pages)
Indoor air quality and overheating. The causes of unintended consequences - Clive Shrubsole
(PDF, 932KB, 12 pages)
Overheating the magnitude of the problem and challenges for the future - Professor Keith Jones
(PDF, 1.35MB, 28 pages)
(PDF, 191KB, 3 pages)
Overheating homes. Why? Only by understanding heat can we develop ways to reject it - Mich Swainson
(PDF, 1.22MB, 19 pages)
Why existing design stage tools and methodologies are not preventing overheating - Susie Diamond
(PDF, 581KB, 10 pages)
The consequences of overheating for landlords - Paul Ciniglio
(PDF, 1.45MB, 14 pages)
Overheating in homes - the big picture. Nicola O'Connor
(PDF, 655KB, 16 pages)
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