Sustainability AM

07 March 2024 – British Library Knowledge Centre, London

We'll host delegates from across our network for a morning of networking and knowledge sharing focused on tackling the sustainability challenge. The morning is free to attend for public sector delegates.


09:00 – Delegate arrivals – Morning refreshments & pastries

  • 09:50 – Welcome – David Smith, Director of Strategic Partnerships – South East Consortium
  • 10:00 – “Putting it All Together” – technology choices, fabric vs. heating, funding & lessons learnt – Dan Ludgate, Group Business Development Director – Cenergist
  • 10:20 – Mobilising SHDF at Scale – Chris Ellison, Executive Director (Operations), B3 Living and Ben How, Director of Sustainability & Decarbonisation, Breyer Group
  • 10:40 – Social Housing Utility Tariff – Dr Matthew Scott, Policy and Practice Officer – Chartered Institute of Housing

10:55 – Break

  • 11:25 – The next phase of London Councils’ Climate Programme –  Hannah Jameson, Programme Director Climate Change – London Councils
  • 11:45 – Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Programme – Jamie Kime, Director – WT Partnership ; Tracy Miller and Michael Demetriou – Vinci Facilities
  • 12:00 – Policy Workshop – Chaired by David Smith, Director of Strategic Partnerships, South East Consortium


Tickets are free for public sector delegates from housing associations and local authorities. Commercial delegates are also welcome – tickets cost £40 +  VAT. Register Here 


There are a number of exhibition and sponsorship packages still available for our network. If you’re interested in supporting Sustainability AM please contact Ellie Park – 


Our Sustainability AM event is kindly sponsored by Cenergist – “We are a quality focussed organisation specialising in design and build of low carbon communal and district heating systems. To date we have delivered over 120 plant rooms and over 10,000 domestic heating connections.

We specialise in the retrofit of occupied social housing, where our resident-friendly design approach and excellent resident engagement has led to us achieving over 99% property access rates within programme on projects to date.

Our in-house design, commercial and operations staff ensure we design deliverable solutions which meet Client budgets with no increase in resident bills and maximum possible decarbonisation.

We are one of the largest providers of ground source heat pump solutions with significant expertise in geothermal drilling. We also own a proprietary water and energy saving device, Control Flow, which has HL2024® technology.  We currently rank 1 on SEC’s GSHP Zero Carbon Solutions Framework.”


09:00 until 12:30 – Thursday 07 March

British Library Knowledge Centre, London, NW1 2DB


Sustainability AM, 07 March – Register now