Scottish tenements, with their high density and location close to useful facilities, could already be considered sustainable. But when it comes to making tenements more sustainable in terms of energy usage, flat owners in a tenement community that work together can achieve so much more than single owners working on their own. Our Glasgow Doors Open Days online webinar will explore both the ”what to do” and the “how to do it” for tenement owners in Scotland seeking ways to make their tenements more sustainable in the long term. So if you own a tenement, but don’t know what is meant by the “fabric first” approach, how to find reliable installers, or the difference between EPCs, SAPs and PAS 2035, join us and find out.
Under One Roof’s one-hour webinar will include video, illustrated presentations and a live Q&A, and include practical case studies with actionable information for tenement owners from Historic Environment Scotland and local housing associations. We will be including experts who can answer Glasgow tenement flat owners’ questions about the best and healthiest ways they can contribute to a low carbon future, and discuss the issues arising when groups of owners seek to work together. So, if you are a tenement owner, or even the owner of a traditional stone building, join our Open Door Day tenement energy sustainability event to find out what to do tomorrow, for tomorrow.
Under One Roof Scotland assists tenement flat owners, and those professionals that work with them, understand their rights and responsibilities around the management, maintenance, and repair of tenements in Scotland.
Monday @ 6pm
Duration: 1 hour