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Legislation is changing: are you ready?

With tickets for the first ever Building Services Forum proving highly popular, members of the industry are advised to book now to avoid missing out.

The Buildings Services Forum will be held on 8 February next year.

Bringing the building services sector together, the Forum will provide a hub for sharing knowledge, discovering solutions and forming new connections.

The event will take place on February 8 2018 at the Building Centre, London.

It is becoming increasingly difficult to stay compliant and mitigate costs with such a large amount of legislation surrounding utilities, and understanding the most relevant and up-to-date legislative measures is vital to ensure the smooth running of businesses. Accordingly, Alex Hill and Joe Warren, co-founders of ZTP will look at ‘Walking the legislation tightrope to mitigate unnecessary business costs’ at the Building Services Forum.

The seminar will provide a full explanation of all relevant legislative measures and examples of the costs involved to the end user. These costs are not solely based around compliance (or non-compliance) but energy costs as a whole. Delegates will leave the seminar with an in-depth understanding of current legislation procedures.

Jacqui Henderson, events manager at Datateam Business Media commented: “Legislation is changing now and companies need to be aware of how such measures will affect them. The Building Services Forum is the perfect opportunity to gain the latest knowledge about this dynamic issue, and much more, at a fully CPD accredited seminar programme.”

Get your Early Bird ticket before it’s too late

Early Bird tickets for the Building Services Forum are selling fast, so now is the time to book to avoid disappointment. At an exclusive price of just £149, this unbeatable rate expires on November 30 2017.

Your ticket will include:

  • An inspiring full day’s CPD accredited seminar programme;
  • Networking opportunities with sponsors, exhibitors and speaker companies;
  • The latest product and technology innovations;
  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshments;
  • Break-out sessions.

Book your ticket online at www.buildingservicesforum.london/delegate-tickets

24 November 2017

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