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ASBP Healthy Built Environment Conference and Expo 2017; Date: Feb 15; Time: 10:00-17:30; Location: UCL, London

The Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP), natureplus UK partner organisation, is pleased to confirm their first one day Conference and Expo on 15th February, 2017 entitled "Healthy Built Environment; Products, People, Planet" at the Roberts Building at UCL, London. Please put the date in your diary.

The ASBP believe that viewing the built environment through the prism of human health is a very important focus for British industry. Products have a key role to play, but there is an urgent need for more evidence, product testing and design tools to support good decision making. Despite the lack of guidance, leading practitioners are striving to deliver healthy buildings and in a limited number of cases are monitoring performance in post occupancy studies to improve their knowledge and refine their approach.

This conference and expo at UCL Roberts Building is aimed at clients, policy makers, architects, contractors, surveyors and manufacturers who are interested in the delivery of healthy buildings.

A full programme and ticket information will be announced soon. Keep an eye out for upcoming ASBP newsletters and website for further Information!


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