One-day event to tackle upcoming environmental legislation and guidance for new buildings. Speakers to include Bovis Lend Leas green boss Toyne and case studies presented include Heelis building and Brighton's Jubilee Library

Building is to host a one-day conference in July focused on helping the industry to cope with the new green codes and legislation that will affect new non-domestic buildings.

The Non-Domestics Dwellings event, on 10 July, will cover the new Code for zero carbon buildings as well as gaining clarity on the overlapping relationship between BREEAM, EPCs and Part L. It will offer an insight into the new version of BREEAM as well as run through the upcoming changes to the building regulations in 2010, 2013 and 2016.

The conference will also cover recent case studies such as the Heelis Building for the National Trust designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley and the Bennett Associates-designed Jubilee library in Brighton.

Rachel Woolliscroft, group sustainability manager, Wates
Rachel Woolliscroft, group sustainability manager, Wates

Speakers at the conference will include Paul Toyne, head of sustainability at Bovis Lend Lease, Paul King from the UK Green Building Council and David Strong, chief executive at Inbuilt Consulting. Other presenters include: Paul Everall, chief executive at the LABC; Guy Nevill from Max Fordham Partnership; Rachel Wooliscroft, group sustainability manager at Wates; Wates' sustainable technologies manager Paul Davies; and Ted Pilbeam, sustainability director at Fitzpatrick.

The event will also include two workshops that take place on 9 July.