- To understand the complex changes to Parts L and F of the new Building Regulations
- To understand their implications
- To hear directly from the industry experts
- Presented in a practical manner by practical people
- To ensure your schemes are compliant
- The need to abide to these changes or you'll be operating outside the law
These value for money half-day seminars will be presented by industry experts who have been involved with the development of Part L1 of the New Building Regulations, The Domestic Heating Compliance Guide and the New SAP 2005.
These new Regulations are effective from 6th April 2006.
Conveniently, they will be held at a venue near to you.
The seminars will explain:
- New Part L1A - New dwellings - conservation of fuel & power
- New Part L1B - Existing dwellings including extensions
- New Part F - Ventilation
- New SAP 2005 including Target Carbon Emission Rate (TER) and the Dwelling Carbon Emission Rate (DER)
- Air pressure Testing and the Domestic Heating Compliance Guide
All new dwellings will need a SAP Rating with a TER and DER calculated at the design stage.
Air Pressure Testing will be required for all new dwelling types built.
The Domestic Heating Compliance Guide will provide details on how to comply with the new Part L1A and Part L1B for the heating and hot water system, including condensing boilers, controls, solar, ground source heat pumps, under floor heating, and micro CHP.
Who is affected by these new regulations?
If you are a:
- Social Landlord
- Heating Engineer
- M & E Engineer/Consultant
- Building Inspector
you need to understand the complex changes to Parts L & F of the Building Regulations and their implications. You will also need to understand the new SAP Ratings and know your DER from your TER.
CPD (Continued Professional Development) certificates available for delegates attending these seminars.
Don't get caught out in the cold, hear from real people who are well-informed industry experts who will explain what it means to you, and how to operate within the law.