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22 & 23 October - International Convention Centre, Birmingham

Submitted by: MikeC (Admin) on 20-Aug-08 09:05:55 PM

NHER/SAVA has announced final details of this year's conference, to be held... outside of London, RARR!

What's more, it's just 0.6 miles from Birmingham New Street Rail Station (directions - Google Maps), so there's no need to drive.

On Wednesday (22nd) there is a members-only breakfast meeting where you can collar senior management or just show off your table manners before disgracing yourself at the evening drinks reception at the Birmingham Aquarium.

The two-day event is open to both NHER/SAVA members and non-members alike and there are four "strands" you can follow (although I'm not quite sure how they correlate with the timetable in the conference brochure) run along three themes: policy, market, and technology.


Five sessions qualify for CPD including:

  • Understanding Passive Haus (should be interesting);
  • RdSAP 9.82 - latest developments and the future;
  • and a DEAs guide to sampling techniques, amongst others.


Brian Scannell will kick-off and close the conference and there's an interesting mix of speakers booked for the various sessions:

  • · Mike Ockenden, AHIPP
  • · Alan Milstein, CHIPS
  • · Maria Wardrobe, NEA
  • · Andrew Warren, ACE
  • · Neil Morton, Birmingham City Council Housing
  • · Dr. Robert Cohen, ESD
  • · Neil Schofield, Worcester Bosch
  • · Robert Kyriakides, Genersys
  • · Dr. Neil Cutland, Inbuilt
  • · Jonathan Rawcliffe, Bidwells
  • · Neil Kurz, NRG Experts

And you may even encounter someone thrusting a microphone to your face posing exceedingly difficult questions!

More NES conference details

The ICC (venue website)

List of hotels (pdf)

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Posts: 1
Reply #1 on : Fri August 22, 2008, 10:02:54
Hmmmm. Nice price!!!

Wonder how many will attend???

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