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Whether you’re in building design, construction, or operation, the 6th annual Soft Landings Conference will provide valuable insight into how built environment stakeholders can deliver sustainable buildings on the pathway to achieving Net Zero. Featuring expert speakers from across the industry, the event is packed with informative sessions and specialist panel discussions. Book your seat now and stay ahead of the curve in one of the most important challenges facing the built environment.
The built environment contributes around 40% of the UK's total carbon footprint. Almost half of this is from energy used in buildings. The UK’s 2050 net-zero target is challenging. It is therefore important for all stakeholders in the construction and built environment sector to work together to seize the opportunities to deliver Net Zero building. The Soft Landings approach, adopted at the early stage of a project, will ensure that the right targets are set for the project at the beginning and that they will be met at the end.
The 6th annual BSRIA Soft Landings Conference brings together different stakeholders from across the built environment to show how we can each play our part in the Net Zero solution.
Welcome: Dr Michelle Agha-Hossein, BSRIA
Opening speech: Julia Evans, BSRIA
Keynote speaker: Sarah Ratcliffe, BBP
Implementing Net Zero across the UCL Estate: Ben Stubbs, University College London (UCL)
Targeting Operational Net Zero in Existing Buildings: Richard Hillyard, Greengage
Discussion Panel, chaired by Michelle Agha-Hossein
Targeting operational energy and delivering low energy outcomes through Soft Landings Aftercare: Tom McNeil, Max Fordham
Applying soft landings to a commercial fit-out project: Chris Pottage, Hoare Lea
Digital Soft Landings Process for smooth transition from Design & Construction to Operations: Rodney Dass, Integrated Facilities Solutions (IFS)
Closing speech, Krystyna Dawson, BSRIA