|Date & Time:||Tuesday 25th February 2020 from 6pm|
We understand that for many, the government’s commitment to becoming carbon zero by 2050 will be challenging to achieve. Education campuses and commercial estates, much like cities, are continually redefining themselves to meet the demands of a changing world.
We recognise that where many estates comprise of multiple existing buildings, from new build, to sixties to potentially listed, often within areas of very congested underground services and constraints on local energy infrastructure, the challenge is far greater. However, there are significant opportunities available to join up estates, enabling greater impact.
What does this mean for those who own estates? Are you making the most of your existing assets? Do you know if your estate can achieve net zero carbon emissions?
Please join AECOM and HEDQF along with a panel of industry experts to initiate new conversations and share individual successes, lessons learnt, experiences and solutions.
Ian Caldwell (chair), Chair of Events Group, HEDQF
Richard Baldwin, Head of Development, Derwent London
John Alker, Director of Policy & Places, UKGBC
Sasha Krstanovic, Director, AECOM