Challenges facing developers are diverse: from planning, environmental concerns and competition for sites to social impact and changing legislation.
Howard Kennedy and CREW UK are coming together to provide a webinar on how to build a green building when considering social value and a project's positive impact.
Our panel will be discussing the past, present and future position on the importance of building sustainably and how the process has evolved.
We will be exploring topics such as:
- Green buildings are not a new concept, but the desire to develop in this way hasn't been the fastest. Why is this?
- What are the drivers for big institutional developers and investors such as British Land?
- Will it become a regulatory requirement?
- When thinking "green" it's not just the building to consider, how important are social value and communities?
- Should the resilience of buildings now be factored in, especially bearing in mind the carbon cost?
- Has the impact of COVID brought well-being to the forefront, how do we address this?
- Where is the tensions between wellbeing and energy efficiency?
- Will investors demand more from their buildings, and what they give back to their surrounding communities?
We hope you'll join us for what promising to be a lively panel discussion from a range of viewpoints.
Our expert panel:
- Juliette Morgan, Head of Sustainable Development, British Land
- Jonce Walker, Global Director of Sustainability and Wellness, HLW
- Heidi Blau, FAIA, LEED AP, Partner | Management Committee, FXCollaborative
- Mariya Tsvetkova, Senior Associate, FORE Partnership
- Rebecca Davison, Senior Associate, Howard Kennedy and CREW UK Board Member