Green Sky Thinking 2013 - Supporters & Partners

‘As a firm that is passionate about real estate, we at Henderson believe that Open-City fills an important role in increasing awareness of the architecture, buildings, urban planning and community spaces that surround us. Most importantly, they understand and endorse the need for a collaborative and cross-disciplinary approach in order to achieve a sustainable future for the cities in which we live and operate.’ Mike Sales, Managing Director and CIO of Henderson Global Property.




Gardiner & Theobald
Find out more about Gardiner & Theobald and Green Sky Thinking 2013 here.








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Ash Sakula


Ash Sakula / Adaptable Neighbourhoods



Consulting Structural and Civil Engineers






Media Partner


Architects' Journal



The Architects’ Journal is the voice of architecture in Britain. We sit at the heart of the debate about British architecture and British cities, and form opinions across the whole construction industry on design-related matters.

Open-City Corporate Scheme Members

British Land

British Land

Derwent London

Derwent London


Henderson Global Investors

ING Media

ING Media

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Rocket Investments




Institution Supporters

AECB logo The AECB is a network of individuals and companies with a common aim of promoting sustainable building. It brings together builders, architects, designers, manufacturers, housing associations and local authorities, to develop, share and promote best practice in environmentally sustainable building. We pride ourselves on our independence, relevance and practicality.
British Council for Offices The British Council for Offices’ (BCO) mission is to research, develop and communicate best practice in all aspects of the office sector. It delivers this by providing a forum for the discussion and debate of relevant issues. Sustainability interests are represented in the BCO by our Environmental Sustainability Group.
Urban Land Institute ULI – the Urban Land Institute – is a non-profit research and education organisation supported by its members. Founded in Chicago in 1936, the institute now has over 30,000 members in 95 countries worldwide, representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines and working in private enterprise and public service.

  The UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) is a membership organisation that is campaigning for a sustainable built environment – one that minimises negative environmental impacts while maximising benefits for people everywhere. That means we are concerned with homes and non-domestic buildings, both new and existing, and the infrastructure that binds them together. Launched in 2007 to offer clarity, cohesion and leadership to a disparate sector, we bring together anyone involved in the complex process of planning, designing, constructing, maintaining and operating buildings. A registered charity, we work with our members – who are mostly businesses, but also NGOs, government agencies and academic institutions – to deliver radical change.
PH The Passivhaus Trust is an independent, non-profit organisation that provides leadership in the UK for the adoption of the Passivhaus standard and methodology. It aims to promote the principles of Passivhaus as a highly effective way of reducing energy use and carbon emissions from buildings in the UK, as well as providing high standards of comfort and building