The Sustainable Buildings & Estates Forum – accelerating best-practice
Now in its third year the sustainable buildings & estates forum is a multi-sector event specifically developed to meet the needs of those delivering all types of sustainable projects across the UK. Delegates include sustainable and energy leads, architects, commercial clients, contractors, developers, local authorities, M&E consultants, and other senior level professionals looking to enhance their schemes and buildings, develop valuable business connections, and improve their supply chain.
The forum is a combination of best practice seminars, networking with fellow professionals in a relaxed, informal setting, and a tailored schedule of business meetings with the most innovative suppliers. Those delivering sustainable buildings attend as complimentary delegates which includes overnight accommodation for 1-2 nights, all refreshments, a gala dinner and drinks receptions.
The theme for this year’s seminar programme is “Accelerating sustainable buildings – doing more, better, faster” and speakers include:
Jonathan Wilson – Development Director – Citu – Delivering a zero carbon neighbourhood – the Climate Innovations District in South Leeds
Jennifer Juritz – Associate and Head of Environmental Design – David Morley Architects – How to make historic buildings meet the BREAM standard
Val Bagnall – MD – Apex Airspace Development – Unlocking new value from assets
David Symons – UK Director of Sustainability – WSP – Designing Future Ready buildings and estates
Flavie Lowres –Associate Director -Research and Strategic Advisory Group BRE – Biophilic Office
Bob Wills – Director – Medical Architecture – Clock View – Healing and Sustainable Place-making within a Community
Supported by partners BREEAM and Sustainability West Midlands the event runs over one and half days and is being held on 20 & 21 June 2019 at Whittlebury Hall, Northants. For more information please contact Monika Ellis on 020 8288 1080 email firstname.lastname@example.org or register online here