How to save energy in heritage buildings
Day conference, 20 November
29 October 2014
Later this month, we will be holding a free all-day conference on 'Greening Cheltenham's Heritage' in partnership with Cheltenham Green Doors. Focusing specifically on Cheltenham's traditional buildings, the session will explore some of the challenges faced by building owners and occupants who would like to make buildings more energy efficient, whilst remaining sympathetic to heritage conservation. A variety of speakers will share their experiences and good practices, and there will be opportunities for all delegates to have their say in group sessions and a panel discussion.
Last month we held a similar event that was well attended by community representatives, professionals and householders.
When: Thursday 20 November 2014, 10:30–16:00
Where: University of Gloucestershire, Fullwood House, Park Campus, The Park, Cheltenham GL50 2RH
Come and find out more about heritage and sustainability in Cheltenham – what are the issues?
Heritage buildings can be sensitively improved to be more energy efficient – what support is needed for this to happen? How can good practice be shared and encouraged? How can key groups and organisations work together?
This event is funded by the Summerfield Charitable Trust, organised by Cheltenham Green Doors and CSE with support from Vision 21.
Image: BazzaDaRambler, flickr