Shortcut to this page: www.birmingham.gov.uk/sustainability/forum
Sustainability Forums take place in the Banqueting Suite at the Council House. The evening starts with a buffet at 18.00, followed by presentations from guest speakers and the discussion workshop. The event ends at 20.45.
Date: Tuesday 12th November 2013
Venue: Banqueting Suite at the Council House
Birmingham is developing its Road Safety Strategy which seeks to make our transport network safer for all users.
Significant progress has been made in road safety, and we are developing an action plan and targets over the next 20 years that will deliver Safe Roads, Safe People and Safe Vehicles. This is your chance to have your say on ways to continue improving road safety, look at the challenges ahead and how to address the barriers which prevent people from choosing to walk and cycle across our city.
To register for a place, or book a display table, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org ring 0121 464 9166
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Greener Homes for Birmingham
Held on Thursday 27 June 2013
Paying less to heat and power our homes - the challenge for Birmingham now and in the future.
Presentations were given by Chris Hall on the BES (Birmingham Energy Savers) retrofit programme; Clive Skidmore, BMHT (Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust) spoke about building sustainable homes for the city to Level 4; Rob Annable, Axis Design architects gave an architect's perspective on building sustainable homes; David Mason from Skanska talked about building sustainble homes and John Christophers explained how he turned a Victorian terraced house into a zero carbon home. These presentations are attached below.