Join us to explore the practical ways and means of retrofitting Scotland’s traditional buildings effectively and economically. This session is taking place at the Holyrood Park Education Centre in Edinburgh and will include a thorough discussion of the underlying principles governing the need for improved energy efficiency.
A networking lunch will provide you with the opportunity to continue discussions.
Our full-day experience includes a tour of Holyrood Lodge, a small Victorian building recently retrofitted by Historic Environment Scotland (HES). You will be able to explore the lodge with a HES Senior Officer and discuss the range of best-practice energy efficiency techniques used in this building.
Please note, this full-day experience is now SOLD OUT. To secure a space on the morning learning session with the networking lunch, please use the eventbrite booking link below.
understand the broader aspects of best practice in energy efficiency as it applies to retrofitting Scotland’s traditional buildings
recognise how retrofitting traditional buildings to meet current standards should be undertaken in a holistic manner to achieve maximum performance
learn how to compare retrofit materials, technologies and procedures to choose appropriate applications in different contexts
• Attendees travelling by car should park at the Broad Pavement Car Park beside Holyrood Palace. This car park is ordinarily pay and display and we are unable to reserve specific spaces, however, free parking is available on the basis that vehicle registrations are sent to email@example.com in advance.
• Disabled / wheelchair users may park at the car park directly outside the Holyrood Park Education Centre but must display a valid Blue Badge, and vehicle registrations should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org in advance. The Holyrood Park Education Centre itself is fully wheelchair accessible.
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