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H&V News Building Regulations event forges ahead

Expert advice will be available in abundance at the H&V News Building Regulations question time on 27 March, with panel members providing presentations, answering questions and engaging in discussion with attendees.

The list of panel members now includes representatives from the Federation of Master Builders, Zero Carbon Hub, AECOM, WSP and the Building & Engineering Services Association.

Further to the above, Hilson Moran head of research and development Dan Jestico will also speak on behalf of the Green Building Council.

The H&V News Building Regulations question time will be divided into two sessions, focusing on commercial and domestic buildings respectively.

The event is free to attend and will be held at the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, 12 Great George Street, London SW1P 3AD from 9am until 2pm, including a networking lunch.

The latest update to the Building Regulations will be published in April, having been delayed last year, so the event is ideally timed to provide clarity for all areas of interest to the building services sector.

With numerous discussions continuing to surround the journey toward the creation of zero carbon buildings, advice on energy efficiency will also be incorporated into the event on the day.

Readers of H&V News wishing to attend the event are invited to email or call Ben Harris on 020 3033 4343 to register as soon as possible to secure their place, as attendance will be limited and provided on a first come, first served basis.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available and interested parties should contact in the first instance.

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