Date(s) - 30/05/2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
With the consultation on the amendments to Building Regulations Technical Guidance documents Part L and Part F for residential, just a week away, this is an opportunity for the Green Building Network to debate the proposed changes. The new amendments are the national implementation of the NZEB standard for residential development in Ireland. These will be effective from early 2019. This is also a last opportunity to input into IGBC’s own submission to the department of Housing which closes on 8th June.
Whether you have deep understanding of the proposed amendments and have strong views on these, or whether you simply want to learn more about them, this is a chance to learn, share, and debate, in a friendly informal peer to peer network. This follows on from the network meeting in March with Ian Mawditt which discussed the implications for Part F.
About the network:
The Green Building Network is an industry forum where participants can receive peer to peer updates on current trends in sustainable construction and build their network connections in an informal setting.
The Green Building Network aims to bring people together who are interested in transforming the way we build, to share ideas, learn strategies, and connect with like-minded practitioners. The network aims to promote collaboration among individuals and organisations and to advocate for sustainable building.
At the Green Building Network you can choose the topics on which to focus, access relevant presentations, join lively discussions and network with a range of building professionals. Subject matter is decided on by the group include NZEB standards, Health & Wellbeing, environmental certification and more.
The network meets on the last Wednesday of every month | 18:00 – 20:00 | IGBC, 19 Mountjoy Square East. Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to suggest a topic, make a presentation or share a case study at the Green Building Network. Attendance is free and open to all (after attending two sessions, non-members are encouraged to join the IGBC).