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Retrofit of an 18th Century Traditional Scottish House Using the Passivhaus Standard19 Apr 2012
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Where: K501, Buchanan House, 58 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow G4 0HG
Times: 12.30 -14.00 [GMT+1 / BST] (12:00 for lunch)
This webinar will explore the application of the Passive House standard which has been implemented in many new build properties in central Europe, particularly Germany and Austria and which has also explored the possibility of applying such standard to the retrofit and upgrading of buildings.
The feasibility study explored retrofit possibilities using the standard and how best it would integrate into a hard to treat property selected as the case study. The dwelling is located in the village of Cellardyke in Fife, Scotland. It‘s a traditional typical coastal village home which has had some renovations and attachments to it that haven’t been all to its favour without addressing any ecological and energy efficiency alternatives.
Retrofitting using the Passive House Standard has been applied to some dwellings in mainland Europe in recent years but more recently to some Victorian terraced homes in England. These were explored and cited throughout the study giving an insight into what is being done recently and how well it fits the case study in question.
The report will look into the guidelines and limitations that the passive house standard has to offer to the retrofit of buildings while also looking at conclusions over whether this standard is effective and replicable for the retrofit of Scottish traditional housing.
Julio Bros-Williamson, Edinburgh Napier University
John Stephen, SA Estates
There are two ways to attend this event.
All CIC Start Online members will be invited to attend the online webinar and will receive an email with the meeting link. This will provide a live video feed, presentation and chat area - with the opportunity to contribute to the discussion using the Q&A (online chat) facility.
Online attendance is free of charge to CIC Start Online members.
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You can also attend the seminar in person.
A buffet lunch will be provided before the event, providing opportunities for networking with fellow delegates and the seminar speakers. Lunch and registration starts at 12:00, with the seminar commencing at 12:30.
If you wish to attend the seminar in person, please complete the registration form below.
The price is £70 per delegate (£50 for CIC Start Online members).
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