February talk – Neighbourhood Construction

Evening talk

Evening talk and social.

When: Monday 26th February, 7 – 9 pm

Where: The Portcullis, 3 Wellington Terrace, Bristol BS8 4LE [Map]

Cost: Free, booking essential

A series of short talks from practitioners that would like to share their stories.

  • Introduction – what we do in our homes and to them affect how they behave – energy and damp.
  • Behaviour Psychology – Nick Banks, Centre for Sustainable Energy, will be taking a look at how we can easily replace old habits with new. All to the benefit of our homes – energy and damp.
  • Discussion – Neighbourhood Construction no-cost and low-cost home improvement interventions were developed specifically to resolve the most common reacouring problems we face with our homes – energy and damp. Now that our evidence base is growing how can we further improve the metrics collected from projects?

The evening will be interspersed with conversation and the opportunity to meet others undertaking successful home improvements.

The Portcullis has good pub food, we’ll be convening upstairs from 6 pm, presentations will be 7 – 9 pm and there will be plenty of time for conversation afterwards – Join us.

Agenda

  • Food 6 – 7 pm
  • Presentations 7 – 9pm
  • Beer 9 – 11 pm

The upstairs room at the Portcullis has limited capacity, booking essential.

Booking

Free registration and free event.

When: Monday 26th February, 7 – 9 pm

Where: Portcullis, 3 Wellington Terrace, Bristol BS8 4LE [Map]

Cost: Free, booking essential

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