TB+A COP26 Events
TB+A Events at COP26
As well as supporting and participating in UK-GBC events, we jointly hosted a series of insightful, face-to-face events across Scotland that were open to everyone with an interest in carbon reduction strategies for the property and construction industry.
See below our programme of events during COP26 together with a selection of presentations that we delivered. Please get in touch with Rob Cargill if you’d like to find out more about any of the subjects we’ve highlighted.
Talk & Tour: Sustainable refurbishment towards net zero carbon
Transformation by Knight Property Group of a 1990’s building to provide fossil fuel free, zero direct emissions office accommodation aligned to Net Zero targets and Scottish Government “New Build Heat Standards”.
4-5 Lochside Avenue, Edinburgh Park, Edinburgh EH12 9DJ
A "RetroFirst" approach
'Wellness’ agenda best practice
All electric zero fossil fuels building meeting “zero direct emissions” objectives
Achieving UKGBC 2025-2030 interim targets for operational energy use
View the presentation:
10th November Sustainable refurbishment towards net zero
Open House: How the Construction Sector can contribute to carbon emission reduction
To coincide with the COP26 Cities, Regions and Built Environment day, this event focused on the ways in which the construction sector can contribute to carbon emission reduction.
The Onyx Building, Bothwell Street, Glasgow, G2 7EZ
Net Zero Targets for building projects
Approved methodologies for assessing embodied carbon
Refurbishment & repurposing of existing building stock as a Net Zero strategy
Proposed changes to Energy Performance standards within Building Regulations
View the presentations:
3rd November Achieving net zero in existing buildings
11th November Our journey towards net zero
LETI how to volunteer for future workstreams and participate in current consultations
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