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Smart Sustainable Cities

9th October 2018, 5:30pm to 9:00pm

Smith & Williamson

25 Moorgate




This event is organised by Rushlight Events.

This built environment briefing shall look in detail at the ways in which a city can operate sustainably and in a smart way, what is already happening, what the latest innovations are and what the future holds for city living in the next 20 years.

Cities provide homes for more than 50% of the population, 80% of world economic output and 70% of all energy consumption.  Urban areas therefore need to lead the way in reducing fossil fuel emissions, becoming more resilient to climate change and addressing the other sustainable development goals.

The event can qualify for CPD points for a range of professional bodies. Certificates of attendance can be provided on request.

The event is suitable for a wide range of sustainability professionals,  interior designers, property developers, property investment and fund managers, investors and financial advisers and other interested parties.

Hear from:

  • Professor Kathy Pain - Chair in REal Estate Development at the University of Reading
  • Mike Pitts - Interim Deputy Director for the Transforming Construction ISCF Challenge at Innovate UK.
  • Peter Radford - Principal Sustainable Energy Team, Amber Infrastructure
  • Peter North - Senior Manager, Smart Energy Systems, Greater London Authority
  • Diana Davidson - Social entrepreneur and founder and MD of Vertemis, an independent Business Development consultancy, pioneering smart energy generation, infrastructure and consumption systems on an interim / contractual basis for corporate and public sector clients.

Delegate place are £40 + vat. The number of places are limited. 




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