As part of this year's London Festival of Architecture festival, we will be hosting a panel discussion exploring the value of collaboration when designing for net zero. Senior technical research engineer Laura Batty will be joined by experts working across the built environment to explore different approaches to collaboration across the industry.
The full event details are below. Click here to book your place: Collaboration and Care: Designing for a Net Zero Future
With achieving Net Zero a key driver across the built environment, how is the industry working together to deliver sustainable outcomes that better care for our buildings, cities and communities?
Recent years have seen a growth in industry-wide collaborations through the creation of tools, targets and resources to share knowledge and deliver these outcomes. Join HTS alongside other leading industry experts for a panel discussion exploring approaches to collaboration and the value of knowledge sharing in the race towards net zero.
Steve Gilchrist - project director, development, Grosvenor
Kat Scott - sustainability and regenerative design manager, dRMM and circular economy workstream leader, LETI.
Laura Batty - senior technical research engineer and HTS+ lead
Alastair Kenyon – partner, Alinea
Hugh Queenan - associate, Morris+Company
Chaired by Sarah Cary PhD MRTPI, executive director, Place at Enfield Council