The pros and cons of the Future Homes Standard: a filmed roundtable

On Tuesday 23rd January 2024, NorDan UK were delighted to host a roundtable discussion on the proposed Future Homes Standard, to come into force in 2025.

NorDan’s Commercial Sales Manager Sonia Travis and MD Craig Greenwood were joined by customers Nigel Sedman, Director of Regeneration from housing provider, ForViva, and Sam Godfrey, Senior Design Manager, from construction firm, Eric Wright Construction.

Also present were Heather Mason, Senior Architect from architects Buttress and Simon Hourihan, Project Director from contractor Muse, as well as Daniel Roberts the Development Director from property management company, Glenbrook, and Ben McCartney a Partner at construction and property consultancy, Gardiner & Theobald. Dan Whelan of northern property website, Place North West, was the chair for an interesting and insightful roundtable.

Developed to improve the environmental performance of new homes, it’s hoped the Future Homes Standard will make new residential property warmer and more sustainable by increasing energy efficiency and reducing operational carbon emissions.

The roundtable discussion was filmed by Place North and the key points are now available to view.

To find out how NorDan UK is already meeting the anticipated final Future Homes Standards, please contact:

Sonia Travis, Commercial Sales Manager (North of England)

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Feb 15, 2024
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