Thursday 23 April, 9.00am - 10.30am
Location: King’s Cross Visitor Centre, 11 Stable Street, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4AB
The ‘King’s Cross Pond Club’ is an exciting prompt for this event. The morning’s presentation and site visit will initiate discussion on green infrastructure and how it’s environmental as well as health and wellbeing characteristics are establishing it as a key consideration in the future cities debate. The event will explore the ways in which the King’s Cross development will deliver a sustainable place and the role of green infrastructure within this.
The development team recognises that in order to create a place for people, consideration must be made to ensure that the development secures a successful longevity through sustainable architecture, energy, and environment. Argent frequently goes above and beyond the expected planning and building requirements, in order to create an environment that is truly considerate of the inhabitants needs and committed to providing excellence.
This talk will engage with both the site-wide consideration for green infrastructure, but also consider the ways in which the community is becoming aware of their responsibility to the environment as the site is regenerating though initiatives such as the Global Generation Skip Garden.
The is event is fully booked