CPD Video: Approved Document F Update
With the recent revision to Approved Document F, what exactly has changed? What do the changes mean for surveying and property professionals? …and will the changes finally ensure that there is proper ventilation in existing buildings?
To find out the answers and to learn more, click on the video below as PCA’s James Berry discusses why Approved Document F had to change and what the key changes are…
What you will learn from the webinar
- Why the approved document for ventilation had to change?
- The new focus on ventilation in existing buildings
- Understand the impact retrofit insulation will have on ventilation provision
- An overview of the changes to ADF
- Does the revision go far enough and has it missed a trick?
About the presenter – James Berry
James Berry joined the Property Care Association (PCA) team as Technical Manager in 2016 having previously worked as a surveyor for a national preservation company. He holds a degree in Applied Geology and both the CSRT and CSSW accreditations. He is passionate about the need for adopting a holistic approach to tackling moisture in the built environment and is the lead on the new Residential Ventilation Group sector of the PCA. James is also responsible for the running of the structural waterproofing sector of the association.
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