Retrofit Roadshow line-up includes Saint-Gobain, Arup & Willmott Dixon

Exploring the business case for green building retrofits, showcasing pioneering regional projects, debating funding, skills, training and legal issues – the Retrofit Roadshows are not to be missed!

This September the Retrofit Roadshows will be coming to a city near you. These events are bringing together the UK’s retrofit experts to explore the challenges and opportunities of low carbon retrofits.

“If you want a piece of the action this will certainly be an event not to miss!” Martin Walker, Project Director, Warm Up North.

The Retrofit Roadshows will explore:

The business case for retrofits

The feasibility of delivering at scale

How the regions are meeting the retrofit challenge

Pioneering retrofit projects in the regions

Latest carbon reduction technology

Funding mechanisms and legal issues (ECO/Green Deal)

Skills and training

Next month the first four Retrofit Roadshows will be taking place. These one day events will be packed with presentations, workshops and retrofit clinics with time set aside to network. Key note speakers include:

Retrofit North West (3 September)

How the North West is meeting the retrofit challenge (Project Viridis & Anne Parkes, AGMA)

Assessments with real value: making the most of the tools at hand (Urbed)

Why retrofits make good business sense (Peel Holdings Ltd)

Making funding frameworks work (British Gas Business Services)

The Retrofit Economy: growth, jobs and regeneration (Marksman Consulting)

Retrofit North East (5 September)

Responding to the retrofit challenge in the North East (Warm Up North)

Making Warm Up North Work for you (British Gas)

De-risking retrofit (Rickaby Thompson Associates)

Retrofit opportunities for your business (North East Local Enterprise Partnership)

Retrofit Birmingham & West Midlands (10 September)

Opening Plenary (Department for Energy and Climate Change)

The National Retrofit Journey (Birmingham City Council)

Reaching the Domestic Retrofit Customer (Carillion Energy Services)

Increasing supply chain capacity (Saint Gobain)

Learnings from the Green Deal Go-Early Programme (Wolverhampton City Countil & SHAP)


Retrofit Wales (17 September)

The Retrofit Challenge in Wales (Minister for Natural Resources and Food)

Retrofitting at scale: how we’ve tackled traditional Welsh homes (Willmott Dixon)

Driving Demand Among Residents (Melin Homes)

Technical solutions that make good business sense (Arup)

Procuring Retrofit in Wales (Constructing Excellence in Wales)

Delegate prices are from only £125 + VAT per person and discounts apply for multiple bookings. To book your place visit or call 01743 290 001.