Val-U-Therm to Welcome Delegates at Homes for Scotland Conference
The exceptional performance characteristics of the Val-U-Therm closed panel building system will be on show at a major sustainable housing conference to be held in Scotland on the 31st October 2012. The conference, which is called Housing, Carbon Reduction and Climate Change: the Cost, Sustainability and Supply Challenge is being organised by Homes for Scotland and will take place at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange.
“Val-U-Therm has a strong presence in the Scottish market and is manufactured north of the border by a number of our associate manufacturers,” says Val-U-Therm’s Managing Director Bryan Woodley. “As our system represents a cost-effective solution to the sustainable housing challenge this conference is a natural fit for us and we look forward to welcoming delegates to our stand.”
According to the organisers, the conference will bring together key players from across all sectors involved in housing delivery and associated professions to examine the issues that lie ahead in tackling carbon reduction and climate change. As green, sustainable housing is high on the agenda in Scotland, it will look at the best way forward and at the funding options that are available.
Amongst the key note speakers will be Scottish Government's Sustainable Housing Strategy, Margaret Burgess MSP, Minister for Housing, Scottish Government. Also speaking is Philip Hogg, Chief Executive of Homes for Scotland.
Alongside Val-U-Them, the conference will be supported by a range of members of Homes for Scotland and is expected to attract a large audience from across all sectors associated with the house building industry, its suppliers and associated professional advisors.
Homes for Scotland is the authoritative voice of the home building industry. With a membership of 160 organisations together providing 95% of new homes built for sale in Scotland each year. It is committed to improving the quality of living in Scotland by providing this and future generations with smart and sustainable homes in places people want to live.