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Interested in sustainability issues in construction and property?
Join us for an evening of presentations and networking featuring established and emerging thought leaders on the topic of sustainability. This London WSCP 'Unlock' event features high-profile case studies of sustainabilty approaches at procurement and delivery level.
This WSCP 'Unlock' event is a free event, ideal for professionals pursuing a career in this diverse sector. WSCP encourage both men and women to attend.
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May 21st 2014: 6.00pm-8.30pm
Sustainable Procurement at Elephant & Castle Gemma Bourne, Head of Social Sustainability and Foundation, Lend Lease
Gemma Bourne is the Head of Social Sustainability and Foundation for Lend Lease’s EMEA business overseeing corporate social responsibility. Gemma is an experienced sustainability professional and chartered environmentalist and has worked in both consultancy and local government.
Re-Use of Buildings - innately a sustainable approach Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive, The Prince's Regeneration Trust.
- The benefits of reusing buildings from a sustainability perspective
- Addressing the challenge of improving the sustainability of old buildings
- Case studies of successful approaches
Ros Kerslake was appointed Chief Executive of The Prince's Regeneration Trust in 2006. As first Chief Executive of the Trust, which brought all the Prince's heritage activities into one organisation, she has overseen its transformation into the foremost heritage-led regeneration charity in the UK. Prior to joining the The Prince's Regeneration Trust she held a number of senior posts in the property world and in industry, including Property Director at Railtrack, CEO of Regenco (Sandwell Urban Regeneration Company), Director of Business Services at Gulf Oil and a similar role worldwide at Booker Group Plc. She chairs the Regeneration Leaders Network and has been a non-executive director of a variety of public and private organisations.
Please note that this is a WSCP hosted event and the contact is Jo-Ann Hamilton, not Lend Lease. You can contact Jo-Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Women in Sustainable Construction and Property
WSCP is a networking group with an agenda.
- To gather and disseminate knowledge on sustainability issues in construction and property.
- To build an inclusive multi-disciplinary networking environment, supporting professional development, collaboration and mentorship.
- To promote corporate responsibility, equality and diversity within the built environment industry.