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Book free webinar: Beyond Bushfire Attack Level (BAL)

Monday, 27 Nov
12:30 amto8:00 pm
Monday, 4 Dec
6:30 pmto8:00 pm

Renew, the team behind Sustainable House Day, Sanctuary Magazine and Renew Magazine, has also been undertaking ongoing work to support communities rebuilding after bushfire. As part of this work we are hosting a series of free online events that showcase homes that exemplify resilient design elements and building practices that extend the understanding of best practice beyond the complicated and variable (BAL) Bushfire Attack Level rating system.

In the Beyond BAL event series, we’re speaking to the people who designed, built, or live in these homes.  Join us to hear how you can make your home or future build as resilient as possible this fire season.

Earth-coupled bushfire resilient homes

In this session we’ll be exploring bushfire resilient homes that showcase earth-coupling, with a presentation about each home and then a discussion to follow. Featuring an expert panel including Jamie Brennan (six b design), Alvyn Williams (Soft Loud House Architects), Dale Lloyd (ShelterSpace), and Nigel Bell (ECOdesign Architects).

High vegetation risk and bushfire resilient homes

In this session we’ll be exploring bushfire resilient homes that are in areas of high vegetation, with a presentation about each home and then a discussion to follow. Featuring an expert panel including Ian Weir (Ian Weir Architects), Morgan Jenkins (Mt Coot-tha House), Chris Ferreira (The Forever Project), Nigel Bell (ECOdesign Architects).

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