The health of our buildings as well as their decay is primarily connected to water

The aim of the UKCMB is the development of a moisture-safe built environment in the UK.

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Many substantial building problems (including health problems) are caused by excessive or insufficient moisture. And yet we have very little research in the UK on moisture in buildings, a lack of good guidance, and minimal public and industry understanding. The UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings has been set up to address these issues.

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The @PCAPropertyCare is advising people to consider making changes in spring and summer to their properties as many adapt to #remoteworking for the long-term. James Berry, PCA technical manager, explains why
https://bit.ly/3dDn30x

I was pleased to speak about some the work and legacy of Neil May towards a moisture-safe retrofit at the Sustainable Built Heritage conference. The paper, written with my colleagues @STBA_UK and @ukcmb, will be out soon #SBE21Heritage @UCL_IEDE https://twitter.com/HistoricNZEB/status/1382611099628015617

Renovating Historic Buildings Towards Zero Energy@HistoricNZEB

Interesting overview of the policy and industry efforts towards a moisture-safe retrofit process by @VMarincioni #SBE21Heritage

WATCH NOW: Airtightness and ventilation

Speakers 🗣️
@alanbudden Eco Design Consultants
Ian Mawditt @ukcmb
Dushyant Karnik @enhabitfeed
Lee Nurse @VentAxia

Catch up here ⬇️
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We're thrilled to announce that @Atmosphere_MDPI are sponsoring a poster prize at #ICMB21. Today is also the last day to register at our reduced earlybird rate: http://ow.ly/DUMZ50DP4eX

Missed our 2020 annual conference 'A moisture safe future –what should we be talking about'? The recordings are now available to watch on the members section of our website https://ukcmb.org/members/. Not a member? You can sign up here: http://eepurl.com/dvVaYv

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