Location
The BCEC, Birmingham
Date & Time
9:00am, 17th May, 2022
Speakers
6+ Professionals
Delegates
300

About Smart Housing 2022

Creating sustainable homes for the future

Why Smart Housing? Housing is an integral part of the evolution of the Smart City. Never has it been more important to create sustainable urban areas which are designed for the future, whether that be retrofitting existing homes, achieving net zero carbon emissions to smart placemaking.

By utilising the Smart City mindset, the entire housing sector can come together to deliver the urgent need for more sustainable homes, designed for future generations to live and work together.

Join us on 17 May 2022 at the Birmingham Conference and Events Centre, where housing and smart city leaders, experts and innovators will be discussing what is needed right now to drive meaningful change and create communities for the future.

 

Topics up for discussion include:

Retrofitting our Homes – funding for the future

To meet decarbonisation targets it will cost in excess of £100 bn to retrofit over 24 million homes in the UK. How will this be funded? Will joint ventures be the answer? Can we hit our climate change goals?

Smart Planning – building sustainable communities

To address our urgent housing and climate crisis, planning for the future must have sustainability at the core. From inner city build, rent developments to new garden towns, how do we deliver multi-generational homes that sit well within the local environment

Future Homes – building and powering low carbon housing

The benefits of Passivhaus, MMC, modular homes, low carbon energy systems and more are well known, but should we be doing more? Should we now a working on future masterplan that sets the standards of how we will be building homes for the future?

Smarter, Healthy, Safer Homes – joining up technology and innovation

Should housing be a human right? We know sacrificing quality over profit is not a long term solution.  How can the use of technology and innovation create safer smart homes for future generations?

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    Our Speakers

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    Matthew Gardiner

    Matthew Gardiner

    Tech Activation Group
    Paul Jordan

    Paul Jordan

    Innovator Support lead, Energy Systems Catapult
    Alex Parker

    Alex Parker

    National Accounts Manager, Aico
    Richard Blyth FRTPI FAcSS

    Richard Blyth FRTPI FAcSS

    Head of Policy Practice & Research at the Royal Town Planning Institute
    Andrew Smith

    Andrew Smith

    Director, Housing Valuation Team - Savills
    Rowley Maggs

    Rowley Maggs

    Tech Activation Group
    Becky Sweeney

    Becky Sweeney

    Living Lab, Energy Systems Catapult
    Sarah Daly

    Sarah Daly

    Associate Director, Sustainability - Turner & Townsend
    Brian Ham

    Brian Ham

    Director - Swallowfield Homes
    Shaun Bennett

    Shaun Bennett

    Chair - Efficiency East Midlands
    Cllr Shabrana Hussain

    Cllr Shabrana Hussain

    Cabinet Member for Homes and Neighbourhoods (Birmingham CC)
    David Bly

    David Bly

    Property MOT®
    David Smith

    David Smith

    Head of Business Partnerships - SEC
    Ian Allan

    Ian Allan

    Head of Market Strategy, Switch2
    Matt Lipson

    Matt Lipson

    Matt Lipson - Consumer Insight specialists lead, Energy Systems Catapult

    Speakers Presentations

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    AICO
    Presentation
    Cornerstone
    Presentation
    Derby Homes
    Presentation
    Q-bot
    Presentation
    RTPI
    Presentation
    Savills
    Presentation
    South East Consortium
    Presentation
    Swallowfield Homes
    Presentation
    Switch2
    Presentation

    Event Schedule

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    08.00 – 09.00 – Registration and refreshments


    09.15 – 09.30 -- Cllr Shabrana Hussain – Birmingham City Council
    09.30 – 09.45 – David Smith South East Consortium
    09.45 – 10.00 - Brian Ham – Swallowfield Homes
    10.00 – 10.30 – Martin Rinvolucri - Q-Bot
    10.30 – 11.00 – Refreshments and Networking
    11.00 – 11.15 Alex Parker – Regional Specifications Manager - Aico
    11.15 – 12.00 – Panel Discussion featuring
    • Alex Parker – Regional Specifications Manager - Aico
    • Paul Jordan – Innovation Support Lead - Energy Systems Catapult
    • Sarah Daly – Associate Director - Turner & Townsend
    12.00 – 12.30 – David Bly, Property MOT
    12.30 – 13.30 – Lunch and Networking
    13.40 – 13.55 – Ian Allan -- Head of Market Strategy - Switch2
    14.00 – 14.15 – Richard Blyth – Head of Policy, Practice and Research - RTPI
    14.15 – 14.30 – Shaun Bennett – Efficiency East Midlands
    14.30 – 14.45 – Andrew Smith – Director, Housing Valuation -Savills
    14.45 – 15.00 - Matthew Gardiner - Smart Home Advice Ltd
    15.00 – 15.20 – 20 min Q&A
    15.20 – 15.45 – Refreshments and Networking
    15.50 – 16.30 – Panel Discussion – Putting consumers at the heart of net zero transition
    • Matt Lipson – Living Lab - Energy Systems Catapult
    • Rowley Maggs – Ambue

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