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2014 /15 Event Catch up!

Upcoming Events:

Wolverhampton & District Society of Architects

Annual General Meeting

Thursday12th March 2015  6.00pm

Venue: Light House Media Centre, The Chubb Buildings, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV1 1HT

Council Members Nomination

Nomination for Council Members are being invited for the position of:-

Chairman

Vice Chairman

Honorary Treasurer

Honorary Secretary

 

Please note that Council Members must be RIBA or Registered Architect only. Election of Council Members will be conducted at the AGM

Nomination can also be made for:

 

Communication Officer

Student Representative Officer

Administration Officer

 

Please note that all members are eligible for the position of Officers of the Society. Officers of the Society are by appointment of the Elected Council Members.

Please send your nominations before 5th March 2015 to the email address below:

Izeham Che Dan  RIBA

Honorary Secretary

Wolverhampton & District Society of Architects

Izeham@idarchitects.co.uk

Wolverhampton & District Society of Architects

and The University of  Wolverhampton

PUBLIC LECTURES PROGRAMME 2015

Thursday 12 February

Planning for Quality of Life in Sustainable Development

Costas Georghiou is a Chartered Architect and Town Planner and currently the Chair of the Wolverhampton & District Society of Architects. He has a lifetime’s experience in architecture, town planning, regeneration and conservation in the UK and overseas. He served as Wolverhampton’s Chief Planning and Highways Officer from 1993 to 2006, when he set up CNG Planning Consultancy. In 2007 the University of Wolverhampton conferred upon him the title of Visiting Professor of Architecture & Urban Design.

‘Quality of Life’ is a key outcome of sustainable development. It can be defined as the degree of well-being felt by an individual or a group of people. Quality of life is not necessarily related to how materially wealthy a place is. Unlike ‘Standard of Living’ it cannot be measured directly but it can be assessed by looking at its physical and psychological components. The lecture will examine the key aspects of Quality of life and give examples of places where these are evident.

Thursday 19  March

50 Shades of Green

Tim Pollard Head of Sustainability for Wolseley UK (a major distributor of plumbing and heating products). He was responsible for delivering the Sustainable Building Centre at Leamington Spa and he helps defining Plumb Centre’s sustainable product offer and its commercial implementation. Tim’s breadth of knowledge stretches across a wide range of products and technologies together with the implications and requirements of a sustainable supply chain. He sits on the DECC RHI Industry Advisory Group, the HHIC Low Carbon Group, the Green Deal Providers Forum, the NEF Advisory Council and chairs the WRAP/Defra Water Efficiency Products Group.

The terms ‘Green’ and ‘Sustainable’ can mean many things to different people, especially in the built environment. Tim will describe the issues which will continue to drive change in practices and standards, defining some of the solutions available and the progress required in both new built and RMI domestic and non-domestic markets. He will also reference the various government programmes with a constant view of practicality and realism.

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