Collaboration and Care: Designing for a Net Zero Future

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Chart House

16 Chart Street

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A panel discussion exploring the role of collaboration in the built environment when designing sustainable, low-carbon buildings.

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With achieving Net Zero a key driver across the built environment, how is the industry working together to deliver sustainable outcomes that better care for our buildings, cities and communities?

Recent years have seen a growth in industry-wide collaborations through the creation of tools, targets and resources to share knowledge and deliver these outcomes. Join HTS alongside leading industry experts for a panel discussion exploring approaches to collaboration and the value of knowledge sharing in the race towards net zero.

Hear from:

Steve Gilchrist - project director, development, Grosvenor Estate

Kat Scott - sustainability and regenerative design manager, dRMM and circular economy workstream leader, LETI.

Laura Batty - senior technical research engineer and HTS+ lead, Heyne Tillett Steel

Alastair Kenyon – partner, Alinea Cost Consultants

Hugh Queenan - associate, Morris + Company

Chaired by Sarah Cary PhD MRTPI, executive director, Place at Enfield Council

In line with government advice on Coronavirus restrictions, the panel is set to take place as a live event at Heyne Tillett Steel’s new office: 16 Chart Street.


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