CPD: Climate Change Adaptation in Traditional Buildings

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Tackling the effects of Climate Change and related increasing rainfall are key challenges in the Built Environment today. 80% of the buildings that will be in the UK in 2050 have already been built- so how do we work with and adapt our existing traditional building stock? On the 12th June 2019 Roger Curtis of Historic Environment Scotland will present two CPD talks on the topic aimed at Architects, Surveyors, planners and  other Built Environment professionals.

12 – 1pm – Damp in Older Buildings

This CPD talk will describe the changing weather conditions in Scotland and how that is having an impact on older buildings. It will consider what was done in the past, with the external envelope, what these details can teach us now, and what architects and designers need to think about now to prevent damage to facades and internal problems.

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1-2pm Climate Change Adaptation in Traditional Buildings 

will describe the changing weather conditions in Scotland and how that is having an impact on older buildings. It will consider what was done in the past, with the external envelope, what these details can teach us now, and what architects and designers need to think about now to prevent damage to facades and internal problems.

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Both Events Take place at Architecture and Design Scotland, Bakehouse Close, 146 Canongate, Edinburgh, EH8 8DD. Attendees are welcome to bring along lunch.

 

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