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 and consultants sharing their views on sustainability, fabric first design and how to meet our regulatory targets.

Jon Moss – Redrow

Sites throughout the UK

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.


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Sites throughout the UK

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Alex Brooks – AES

Sites throughout the UK

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

Sites throughout the UK 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.

 


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