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Fire safety in conservation and older thatched buildings

This is an inclusive event. Student members, incorporated members, certified members and fellows do not pay a charge to attend this event. Affiliate, corporate and retired members pay a discounted member fee.

About the event

This event will be of interest to designers, architects, surveyors, engineers, fire risk assessors, CDM Advisors, owners and managers of older properties with thatched roof coverings in the South West area of England. 
The speaker is a qualified and experienced specialist in roof thatching construction with a background in conservation and fire safety. With Grenfell and other fire safety matters now becoming more considered for refurbishment and survey needs, including CDM Regulation stages, this unique traditional material and other matters to consider around older properties will be of interest to delegates managing fire safety design.

About the speaker

Bridget Bond is employed by Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service as a Business Safety Officer specialising in heritage buildings.  Bridget gained her Level 4 Diploma in Fire Safety (Fire Inspectors) in 2014. She trained first as a building surveyor and later specialised in conservation gaining a Masters degree from Reading University in conservation of the built environment.
Bridget has held posts at Hampton Court Palace, the Tower of London and the National Trust for England including Holnicote Estate and Dunster Castle.  She also lectures on fire safety in heritage at Reading University and Oxford University. 


APS inclusive members: no charge
APS corporate & affiliated members: £12 + VAT
Non members: £15 + VAT

*If your company has a dorporate membership your colleagues may be eligible for a discount to attend. Please get in touch with Rebecca Eunson on 0131 442 6604 or email her at rebecca.eunson@aps.org.uk

Exeter Court Hotel, Kennford,Exeter, EX6 7UX

Thursday, August 1, 2019 - 18:00

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