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BSRIA discusses Part L changes at London HEVAR

Proposed changes for 2010 to Part L of the Building Regulations is to be the subject of a seminar presented by BSRIA at London HEVAR 2009.
BSRIA discusses Part L changes at London HEVAR
On September 23, David Bleicher, principle research engineer at BSRIA will present 'Understanding Parts L & F of the Building Regulations' at London's Royal Horticultural Halls.

The hour-long seminar starts at 4pm and covers Conservation of Fuel and Power (Part L) as well as approved guidance on ventilation (Part F).

The Building Regulations were enhanced in 2006 to cut energy consumption. The seminar will cover proposed changes for 2010, when a further change is expected.

London HEVAR's seminar theatre 1 also sees David Bleicher present 'Understanding the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive' on September 23 from 1.30pm-2.30pm.

Bleicher will discuss the implementation of the EU directive in England and Wales where Building Regulations have been enhanced and Energy Performance Certificates and air conditioning inspections were introduced.

As well as talks on many hot topics, London HEVAR 2009 will showcase thousands of HVAC products from the building services industry.

London HEVAR takes place on September 23-24 at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London's Greycoat Street.

Time at London HEVAR 2009, counts towards your CPD requirement. To register your attendance at the free exhibition click here
10 June 2009


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Industry bodies react to Heat and Buildings Strategy

There has been mixed reaction to the Government's long-awaited Heat and Buildings Strategy from heating industry bodies.

The Strategy has unveiled phased out dates for the installation of fossil fuel heating, increased funding support for households purchasing heat pumps, and the rebalancing of environmental levies on electricity.  


Service growth at Condair

Humidity control specialist, Condair, has appointed Ryan Mooney, as a humidifier service engineer based out of London. 


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