Monday 4th July, 15.30 – 17.30
This session, hosted by the Building Performance Network UK, will bring you up to date with the latest client activities in Building Performance Evaluation (BPE), with a specific focus on the ‘in-use/occupancy’ stage. New activities by ilke Homes, EnergieSprong, and Hoare Lea will be introduced, showing how BPE can help inform client business plans and their drive towards net zero buildings. Plus news of the retrofit policy landscape from BEIS.
Each speaker will be asked to outline: Why the client choose to do BPE? What approach they chose? What value the client got out of it? What would they do differently next time?
15.30 – 15.35 INTRO George Martin, BPN Chair
15.35 – 15.50 Performance measurement for new homes – Mat Colmer, BPN Director
15.50 – 16.05 The business case for new home performance guarantees – Nigel Banks, R&D Director, ilke Homes
16.00 – 16.15 Case study: Bryn Bragl, built by Wales and West Housing – Brogan Watkins, Sustainability Consultant, Hoare Lea
16.15 – 16.25 Q&A
16.25 – 16.30 BREAK
16.30 – 16.45 Policy landscape for existing home retrofit performance measurement – Alison Skillen, SHDF (Implementation & Delivery), BEIS
16.45 – 16.55 Performance measurement & guarantees for EnergieSprong – Zack Gill, EnergieSprong Technical BPE Advisor
16.55 – 17.10 Social housing retrofit BPE case study – Rebecca Hart, United Living Property Services
17.10 – 17.20 Q&A
Please note, programme may be subject to change as speakers are confirmed. Please return here for latest details.
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BPN Members and their guests are FREE. Non-Members are £30+VAT.
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Nigel is a Chartered Engineer who started his career at AECOM Applied Research. At Keepmoat, he delivered many of the UK’s best performing new build and retrofit projects and led the R&D project that resulted in the creation of ilke Homes. At ilke Homes, Nigel is focused on developing step change opportunities and new R&D projects, including ilke ZERO.
ilke ZERO is ilke Homes’ commitment to only build ZERO carbon homes, with ZERO energy bills, at ZERO additional cost to traditional construction by 2030. Working in partnership with Octopus Energy and Gresham House, the first homes to benefit from the Octopus ilke ZERO bills tariff have been installed in Essex, complete with their modular solar roofs and are due to be occupied this summer. To find out more, including the importance of BPE, come to our summer seminar. More on ilke ZERO here.
Brogan Watkins, Sustainability Consultant who works for Hoare Lea
Brogan studied Architectural Environment Engineering at the University of Nottingham, before gaining a Masters in Environmental Design at the Bartlett.
His first role at Hoare Lea was as a Mechanical Engineer, where he worked on numerous low-energy housing projects across South Wales. Since becoming a Sustainability Consultant, his work has focused on Energy, Whole Life Carbon Assessments & The Circular Economy.
Alison Skillen, Technical Support Manager for the Social Housing Retrofit Accelerator programme, BEIS
Alison lead’s the technical workstreams within policy, project delivery and retrofit performance monitoring for Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund programme including leading the delivery of the Social Housing Retrofit Accelerator programme. Alison has several years’ experience of retrofit and journeys to net-zero from a range of energy and Local Authority climate projects, following her earlier career in telecoms and network engineering.
Zack’s goal is to ensure that all of our projects demonstrably meet or exceed their performance targets and also to drive continual improvement and refinement of the ES approach and the viable technical solutions.
Zack is a building performance expert, working and challenging the field of low-energy domestic buildings for over 13 years. He undertook his academically commended PhD research on the contribution of user behaviours to building performance with Buro Happold Engineers. Subsequently, he worked with Willmott Dixon Energy Services, pioneering performance-feedback approaches, in particular on their wide-scale social housing retrofit schemes.
In 2019, Zack established his own building performance consultancy, SOAP Retrofit Ltd, to continue championing real-world measurement techniques and developing science-based retrofit approaches. He also co-authored the British Standard on Building Performance Evaluation (BS40101:2022)
Rebecca Hart, Decarbonisation Project Manager at United Living Property Services
Until very recently, Rebecca was at Nottingham City Homes. At NCH, she worked on EnergieSprong projects over several years. At our seminar, she will share her experience. Rebecca on LinkedIn.
Time: 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm