Friday 25 February 2022, Online via Zoom | Led by Kaleigh Grainger, Nicholas Doyle and Rachael Mills
[Please note, this training has ended]
From 27 November 2020, the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) (Amendment) Regulations 2020, placed new requirements on all heat network operators. Social housing providers manage over a third of all heat networks in the UK - be they single blocks of flats with communal heating or larger schemes with several buildings taking heat from the same energy centre.
Not only must they now notify BEIS of all their networks on a regular basis, but they must also assess their heat network portfolio for the retrofit of individual meters - and then install them by September 2022. This will require a strategic approach, resource and a longer-term plan for the management of your heat network portfolio
This training session will:
We’ll also be taking a look ahead to the wider market framework regulation that BEIS is introducing for heat networks and look at how you can begin to get your organisation ready to stay one step ahead of the curve
|10:00 - 10:10||Welcome & introductions (Andrew Burke)|
|10:10 - 10:45||Heat Networks in the Social Housing Sector: what, why, how? (Nicholas Doyle)|
|10:45 - 11:15||The Regulations laid bare (Kaleigh Grainger)|
|11:15 - 11:35||Your pathway to compliance – a step-by-step guide (Rachael Mills)|
|11:35 - 11:45||Break|
|11:45 - 12:15||Your pathway to compliance – a step-by-step guide (Rachael Mills)|
|12:15 - 12:30||Understanding enforcement (Kaleigh Grainger)|
|12:30 - 12:45||A look ahead: staying ahead of the regulatory curve (Nicholas Doyle & Kaleigh Grainger)|
|12:45 - 13:00||Final Q&A / Discussion (Andrew Burke)|
Booking is closed.
Thursday 24 March 2022, Online via Zoom | Led by Kieran Binnie, Tim Coolican, Neil Yeomans and Brent O’Halloran,
The Government expects social housing residents to be safe in their homes and so keeping residents safe and healthy should be social landlords' top priority.
The Building Safety Bill will call to account those responsible for the safety of residents, such as social landlords, and will introduce an enhanced regulatory regime for all buildings. Improving and demonstrating resident safety is not something social landlords can ignore following the Grenfell tragedy.
This training webinar will help social landlords prepare now for the new requirements, and consider the following questions that you may be asking:
Anthony Collins Solicitors will explain the anticipated new legal requirements under the Building Safety Bill and the new Building Safety Regulator.
Delegates will hear how two landlords are preparing to meet the new requirements to be introduced through the Building Safety Bill.
|10:00 - 10:10||Welcome and introduction
Andrew Burke, NHMF
|10:10 - 11:10||What the Building Safety Bill and Building Safety Regulator will require
Tim Coolican & Kieran Binnie, Anthony Collins Solicitors
|11:20 - 11:50||Making the case for building safety; what do we need to do now?
Brent O’Halloran, Clarion HG
|11:50 - 12:20||Safer buildings: delivering culture change
Neil Yeomans, Orbit HG
|12:20 - 13:00||Discussions and key questions|
Booking is closed.
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