Monday 20 April, 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Location: Levitt Bernstein, 1 Kingsland Passage, London, E8 2BB
With the climate changing, the cost of energy rising and efficiency targets evolving, what can we learn from the sustainability events of our past and what solutions might influence our future? Designing and building sustainably is a constant challenge, one which relies on people, technologies, research, polices and processes to drive change create new solutions.
Key note speakers from the industry will share their past influences and take a look into what a sustainable future could hold. Their views and responses will be shared in a short and informative ‘pecha kucha’ style presentation with networking and drinks to follow.
Named speakers on the night will include:
·Dean Hawkes, Emeritus Fellow at Darwin College, University of Cambridge
·Joe Baker, Go Green Programme Manager, Westminster City Council
·Jesse Putzel, Senior Sustainability Manager, BAM Construct UK
·Gareth Jones, Director of Development, Origin Housing
·Ashley Bateson, Partner & Head of Sustainability, Hoare Lea