Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo

Buildings can be conceived and delivered in new ways that enhance the mental and physical health of occupants. The ASBP’s Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo once again brings together leaders in the construction and healthcare industries to explore exciting opportunities for a healthier, low carbon built environment. We are particularly delighted that Professor Stephen Holgate CBE, Clinical Professor of Immunopharmacology at the University of Southampton and co-author of The Royal College of Physician's 'Every breath we take' report, will be our keynote speaker.

There will be also be speakers from Architype, Glasgow School of Art, HAB Housing, Natural Capital Coalition, British Land, Cullinan Studio, International WELL Building Institute, UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings and many more! Take a look at the conference programme to see the full list of speakers.

Plus, the Expo will feature 10 leading product manufacturers, research companies and charitable organisations who will be exhibiting throughout the day. Book your ticket now!

Date: Wednesday 14th February 2018

Time: 9:00 - 17:00, followed by drinks and networking until 19:00

Location: UCL Roberts Building, Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7JE

Tickets: From £100 +VAT



Wood for Good

Silver Sponsor
Allergy UK

Bronze Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor


Waverton Analytics
Straw Works
Ecology Building Society
Allergy UK
Ecological Building Systems
PPM Technology

'Healthy Buildings' links

Healthy homes on the horizon?

Interview with Simon Corbey (Associate Director, ASBP) for RIBA 'Practice News' article by Neal Morris

Highlights from the ASBP’s Healthy Buildings Conference

Hattie Hartman, Sustainability Editor, The Architects’ Journal | February 2017

Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo 2017

Presentations from last year's conference | February 2017

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Ben Humphries - Director, Architype

“I thought the whole conference was excellent – one of the best I’ve been to in years actually. Interesting, stimulating talks and really good networking. I definitely agree that it should become an annual fixture – it really is the next big topic.”