Creating homes and buildings fit for the future in the face of a changing climate is clearly overdue but in light of the changes, what will the new regulations mean for the construction industry?

Keystone Insights is a series of video interviews with Housebuilders, SAP Assessors and Consultants sharing their views on sustainability, fabric first design and how to meet our regulatory targets.

Jon Moss – Redrow

Jon Moss, Head of Group Technical at Redrow talks about non-repeating thermal bridges, changes to Part L and how lintels are a key area for improvement in the building fabric.

Alex Brooks – AES Sustainability Consultants

Alex Brooks is a Director at AES Sustainability Consultants. He speaks about the importance of collaboration when trying to meet Part L regulations and climate change targets and how solutions such as Hi-therm+ can improve the building fabric.

Ben Cheetham – Keystone Lintels

Ben Cheetham, Keystone’s Specification Manager, explains how Keystone’s Hi-therm+ solution addresses the problem of thermal bridging in traditional style steel lintels and is a proven way to comply with tightening building regulations.

Paul Bainbridge – FES Group

Paul Bainbridge, Technical Director at the FES Group discusses all things thermal efficiency when it comes to optimising SAP calculations and Part L Building Regulations and explains what the biggest challenge is when it comes to specification.

Simon Wright – Keystone Lintels

Simon Wright Technical Account Manager at Keystone Lintels, explains how the technical team at Keystone works closely with architects and SAP assessors to provide cost effective solutions to reduce carbon emissions and meet Part L Building Regulations.