HTF is pleased to be a supporter of Ecobuild 2012 which will take place at London’s ExCeL on Tuesday 20 - Thursday 22 March.
Come and hear HTF Executive Committee Member Steven Bee, Principal of Urban Counsel, talk on the Implications for the historic fabric - what works what doesn’t.
The presentation will take place in North Gallery 6&7 at ExCel on Tuesday 20 March at 1.10 pm as part of the Refurbishing Britain stream of seminars exploring solutions for sustainable refurbishment of heritage and protected properties.
The event is free but requires registration at Ecobuild
Please note that seminars are available on a first come, first served basis so please arrive in good time to be sure of your place.
When you register you can take advantage of the online itinerary planner which allows visitors to plan their visit in advance, including the times and locations of conference and seminar sessions, and live demonstrations, as well as listing exhibitors and products of interest. The exhibition will be organised in technology zones, with similar products, relevant seminars and attractions, all located in the same area.
ExCeL’s straightforward layout, with seminars taking place in rooms along the perimeter of the exhibition halls, and the conference located off the central boulevard makes it simple to navigate Ecobuild 2012.
ExCeL is easily accessible by public transport, offers free cycle parking and has ample car parking on site. The nearest rail station is Custom House for ExCeL, approximately 10 minutes from Canary Wharf. Key interchanges for the DLR are Bank, Tower Hill, Canning Town and Shadwell. During Ecobuild shuttle buses will run from the Thames Clipper river taxi stop at Canary Wharf (10 minutes) and from London City Airport (5 minutes).