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Stuart P Barlow

Sustainability Consultany and Director of SPB Sustainability Ltd

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With over 20 years of architectural experience, after leaving Leicester Polytechnic School of Architecture, in a wide range of commercial developments, Stuart Barlow returned to De Montfort Univeristy in Leicester nine years ago to gain a Master of Science in Climate Change and Sustainable Development, with Distinction, which included specialist investigations into:

> The use of energy in buildings
> Energy analysis techniques
> Renewable energy generation
> Integrating environmental strategies into planning & governmental policies
> Resource use & pollution
> Social & psychological dimensions of climate change
> Critical appreciation of sustainable development
> Plus specialist research by studying building's occupants’ perceptions of comfort & how this might influence low energy refurbishment of UK offices.

The findings from the dissertation were presented at the Network for Comfort & Energy Use in Buildings 2006 international conference ‘Comfort & Energy Use in Buildings - Getting Them Right’ and published in a special conference edition of the academic journal Energy & Buildings (July 2007).

For the last ten years Stuart Barlow led the development of sustainable procedures and design practices within REID Architecture and later in 3DReid.

He is also a trained CIBSE Low Carbon Consultant (Design), BREEAM Accredited Professional & BREEAM Assessor for offices, retail & industrial schemes, a trained Code for Sustainable Homes Assessor as well as being trained to use the Simplified Building Energy Model (used for Building Regulation applications) and IES software.

Stuart is also a member of AECB, the Sustainable Building Association, and the Network for Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings

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Stuart Barlow currently sits on two British Standards Institute’s committees, the Design Advisory Committee and Sustainability in Construction Works. He is also a member of the RIBA Regulations & Standards Group.

He was a founding member of the industry health and safety organisation the Designers’ Initiative on Health & Safety (DIOHAS), has served for a number of years on the RIBA Validation Panel visiting schools of architecture and was an examiner for the Architects’ Registration Board for a few years.

Stuart Barlow is the author of a Guide to BREEAM, recently published by RIBA Publications and was invited by Professor Brian Edwards to author a chapter on West End House, London, in the upcoming 3rd Edition of “Green Buildings Pay”.

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