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    Australian Passive House Association's first bi-annual Sydney Symposium

    The symposium will be held on Wednesday 26th September 2018, featuring a panel discussion and a trade show, along with a networking breakfast and site tour that will allow discussion with industry experts and other delegates.

    With CPD points available for architects and builders, the breakfast networking and panel discussion is themed: ‘Building Responsibility: Our obligations towards Affordability, Building Performance & Better Outcomes’

    This frank discussion over breakfast will cover tough topics with great insight and will include Clare Parry, Grun Consulting, Nick Mulvany, Lucid Consulting, Suzie Barnett, Junglefy, Rachael McGinley GBCA, Paul Stoller Atelier Ten and others. Moderator Nick Lane

    This first major Sydney Australian Passive House Association event will cover topics including ‘Responsible Housing and the Social & Environmental Implications’, ‘Implementing Passive House in Australia’, and to look at technical details, a Southern hemisphere case study or two, plus building and completing a Passive House – the value proposition of Passive House.

    Speakers will include Oliver Steele, Clare Parry, Sean Maxwell, Joel Seagren, and Jesse Clarke.

    A tour of a multi-residential Fern Passive House project will also be included on the day. The 11-unit development in Redfern is aiming to become Sydney’s first Certified Passive House project. Designed, developed and constructed by Steele Associates, the project will set a new benchmark in quality and performance while proving the viability of Passive House at scale.

    The tour will be led by architect/builder Oliver Steele.

    An opportunity to continue the networking and connect further with delegates and presenters in an informal atmosphere will be available from 7.30pm – 9.30pm at the Lord Raglan Hotel, 12 Henderson St Rd Redfern, 5 minutes walking distance from The Fern site tour.

    For more information, go here.

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