Improve the flood resilience and energy efficiency of your home.
Description: This bespoke session designed and delivered by Cumria Action for Sustainability offers practical guidance on building materials and methods to choose when refurbishing a building at risk of flooding or extreme weather. Relevant for those interested in building weather resilience, dealing with damp, getting homes back into use after flooding and improving energy efficiency.
For: Homeowners, flood action groups*
Benefit: Gain knowledge on how to best approach refurbishing older buildings for effective flood and extreme weather resilience and energy efficiency.
What you will learn:
- How water gets in to a building
- Materials used in building and how water can affect them
- Appropriate approaches for flood resilience with energy efficiency
Knowledge required: Awareness of own property construction and potential extreme weather affecting it.
Trainer: Emma Greenshaw, CAfS
Emma has 20 years’ experience in the environmental sector including several years as environmental manager in the construction industry. Emma currently advises on renewable energy schemes, energy audits and efficiency in community buildings, and is author of ‘Refitting your home to cope better with flooding’ and an online retrofitting tool.
Date: 19th May 2018,* 10am-1pm
Where: Hebden Bridge Town Hall, Saint George's Street, Hebden Bridge, HX7 7BY
Cost: Sliding scale £2 – £30
This training is a part of Carbon Co-op's Home Energy Training Programme and has been supported by Pennine Community Power.
*Note date change.