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Introduction to health & wellbeing (3)

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Seven Dials Club

42 Earlham Street

London

WC2H 9LA

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The third of our popular General Introduction seminars into health & wellbeing for the built environment. Offered by building4health, a partnership of WELL Accredited Professionals with an average of 15 years' experience in the real estate sector.

This General Introduction is aimed at a broad audience, wanting to understand the key elements of health & wellbeing in the property world and how this is likely to affect the industry as a whole. It will cover:

  1. Context – why health and wellbeing, and why now?

  2. Who will this affect within the real estate sector and beyond?

  3. Key impacts across the property life-cycle

  4. WELL® Building Standard and other certification frameworks

  5. What do I need to do to get ready?

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08.30 Registration & light breakfast

09.00 Presentations begin

10.30 Close

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Additional events in the series, including specialist workshops for MEP and architects, can be viewed and booked here: www.building4health.com

The full series of sessions includes:

  • Investors & Landlords (breakfast briefing; next session 16 March 2017)

  • Agents & Occupiers (breakfast briefing; next session 18 May 2017)

  • General Introduction (breakfast briefing; next session 15 June 2017)

  • Construction & MEP (specialist workshop; dates wil be announced shortly)

  • Technology Providers (specialist workshop; dates wil be announced shortly)

  • Legal Services (specialist workshop; dates wil be announced shortly)

  • Architects & Interiors (specialist workshop; dates wil be announced shortly)

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