A one-day course looking at improving energy performance of historic buildings.
Date: Tuesday 20th March 2018
Time: 09.30 - 16.00
Location: Austwick Parish Hall
Booking: Pre-booking is essential
This course is aimed at homeowners, architects, surveyors and others interested in improving the energy efficiency of historic buildings and will cover:
- Context and drivers for reducing the energy use in buildings
- End users' priorities and the need to understand the building
- Insulating and other energy saving measures and their impact on the building performance
- Research, building standards and regulations
- Grants, carrots and sticks
The tutor, James Innerdale, is an experienced Conservation Architect and trainer, specialising in the repair, conservation and adaptation of historic buildings. He deals with as aspects of historic building project management, clients including domestic home owners, places of worship and the National Trust. James has also provided heritage skills training for a range of organisations including Historic England, The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB), Cumbria Action for Sustainability, the North of England Civic Trust, the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. Courses include training for homeowners, building professionals and contractors, including presentations and practical demonstrations as well as walk and talks.
To book please complete a booking form and return it with your payment.