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The Future of Sustainable Housing Event Examines Part L1A 2010, Part F and SAP2009

BRE, in partnership with the Energy Saving Trust and the Zero Carbon Hub, today launched a series of half day events which will provide housing professionals with an in-depth, yet simple and practical look at what the requirements for low carbon housing will look like in 2010.

By attending one of these regional events you will:

  • Discover how amendments to Part L1A and Part F will affect design compliance and the delivery of new housing in 2010.
  • Receive free SAP2009 software and get practical experience in using SAP2009.
  • Have the opportunity to input into the consultation process using hand-held voting equipment.

Prominent speakers from Communities and Local Government, BRE, the Energy Saving Trust and the Zero Carbon Hub will be present at each event. Delegate numbers are strictly limited to 35 per event to allow interactive sessions and discussion on the changes to Part L1A and SAP2009 with the speakers.

These events have been designed to meet the needs of developers, architects and housing associations in England. Further events in other regions are also planned. The content is suitable for all housing professionals, but prior knowledge of Part L and SAP is recommended


  • 4th August Birmingham
  • 5th August Nottingham
  • 6th August Cambridge
  • 18th August London
  • 25th August Liverpool
  • 26th August Manchester
  • 27th August Leeds
  • 28th August Newcastle
  • 2nd September Bristol
  • 3rd September Exeter

CLG is also organising separate events for non-domestic buildings - please visit the website for further information.

Full venue details and agendas for these half days events are provided on

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