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The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) is calling for submissions for its 2016 Technical Symposium, which will focus on the topic of 'Integration for whole life building performance'.
Report from the launch of the 2015 edition of CIBSE Guide A: Environmental Design.
Both the 2016 zero carbon homes target and the 2019 target for non-domestic zero carbon buildings will be dropped, and there will be no changes to Part L in any form during 2016.
CIBSE and ADE launch Code of Practice to support the procurement, design and operation of heat network technology.
The Building Performance Awards have undergone a major shakeup for 2016, with the addition of new categories to the line-up. We explain the reasoning behind the introduction of the new awards.
MPs gathered last night in Westminster’s at a reception hosted by CIBSE and the Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) to discuss developing a vision for energy in buildings.