• Be a part of an exclusive collective group of expert organisations shaping the building performance landscape
  • Be seen as a credible collaborator by Government and other organisations with an interest in this field
  • Support engagement with Government in a unified industry approach and have a say in what is proposed as industry standards
  • Learn and share knowledge about the latest developments in Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) and gain access to best practice guidance about BPE


Since January 2023, BPN is a programme of the Good Homes Alliance and membership is with that organisation. BPN Pioneer Network membership offers particular opportunities for organisations at the forefront of building performance evaluation - see below.

If you have any questions regarding membership of BPN, please contact elfed@building-performance.network.


  • Standard GHA member benefits, plus additionally:
  • Free or discounted tickets for knowledge-sharing events run by BPN and Good Homes Alliance (GHA). Members may be invited to contribute relevant BPE content.
  • Project information, research papers, career opportunities promoted via the BPN newsletter, and further through BPN and GHA social media channels.
  • Free copy of the British Standard for in-use building performance evaluation (BS 40101:2022) while stock available.


  • Standard GHA member benefits, plus additionally:
  • Facilitated partnerships and collaborations between members of Good Homes Alliance’s specialist networks (Vanguard (local authorities), Pathfinder (housing associations), Net Zero Developer) and the wider GHA/BPN membership which includes architects, consultants, product manufacturers, academia and more, including networking events with GHA client members annually.
  • Up to 4 BPN Advisory Group meeting annually. Share ideas, innovations, experience with your peers, and input to BPN activity, research and policy engagement strategy, alongside specialists from beyond the membership.
  • Knowledge sharing and learning opportunities from exemplar case studies and topical events, workshops and training.
  • New guidance/research and further development of a library of the BPN Resource Hub and the GHA Knowledge Base. BPN members can sign up for a free user account on the GHA Knowledge Base to access member-only resources.
  • Regular press and PR, highlighting achievements of the network and its members.
  • Advocacy and representation of the network to Government and industry bodies such as the Future Homes Hub.


  • Leader members are at the forefront of the BPN/GHA and help shape our agenda, receiving a number of additional enhanced benefits.
  • In addition to Standard membership benefits, Leader members can benefit from the following:
    • Priority opportunities to present at BPN/GHA events and working group meetings.
    • Priority engagement and involvement in academic and industry research projects.
    • Enhanced opportunities to shape BPN/GHA agenda and workstreams.
    • Free tickets to all BPN/GHA events including GHA Annual Conference.
    • Your logo on the BPN website homepage.
    • Influence BPN/GHA activities through personal communication with the BPN Chair.
    • Regular 1-1 engagement with BPN Network Lead.
    • Peer-review and feedback on your sustainability strategies from our expert Board members.
    • Enhanced marketing opportunities such as sponsorship of BPN/GHA research projects, papers, events and conferences.
    • Enhanced PR and communications opportunities at events and via printed/online media articles/reports.
    • An annual briefing/presentation at one of your events by our Director, Chair or Vice-chair.

What your membership pays for

  • Convening the BPN Advisory Group, four times annually. An advisory group of BPE experts (in practical application and strategic policy) to promote consistent application of good practice solutions in order to increase demand for BPE.
  • Communicate with key audiences and co-ordinate responses to calls for evidence and other policy consultations e.g. The Industrial Strategy; ECO; PAS 2035; Regulatory Bodies, BSI; OFGEM; CEN TC89 & IEA Green Construction Board; the many and various professional institutions; The UK Green Building Council
  • Letter writing/lobbying to Government, Future Homes Hub, Homes England, etc and other bodies
  • Provide information on current projects and identify their implications, via the GHA newsletter and the project map
  • Create a platform for collaboration, providing a hub for networks and links, through web tools, conferences, events and commissioned reports. Once the Resource Hub is delivered, this will be a maintained source of new information, guidance and research on BPE.
  • Creation of a register of BPE practitioners. A directory of all our Members, including details of their building performance services.
  • Promoting the merits of BPE to a wider audience, particularly through the GHA newsletter, both BPN and GHA social media channels and through the activities of our advocates.


Application via Good Homes Alliance website (External link, opens in new tab)