YEP Seminar – What does a sustainable future look like?

by Johnny Clayton on Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Wednesday November 9, 2016 – Wednesday November 9, 2016

31 Westfield Avenue

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By 2050 the world’s population is expected to reach 9.7 billion, with two thirds of those living in urban areas. It has never been more important for the built environment to follow a sustainable model.

Sustainability is a word that has been bandied around for years, but what does it really mean for us in the property sector now? And what will it look like in the future?

We have two fantastic speakers lined up to talk about sustainability on large scale urban developments, with a particular focus on the International Quarter London (IQL) development in Stratford. Their introductions will be followed by a panel debate chaired by YEP, so have your questions ready!

Anita Title

Anita is an experienced sustainability practitioner, with 22 years’ experience in sustainability and environmental management spanning the energy, water, waste, property and construction sectors. She is currently responsible for leading the environmental and social sustainability strategy for Lendlease’s Europe Region.


Barny is a specialist in sustainable development, renewable energy and energy policy and has over 12 years’ experience in the sector. As the team lead, he provides technical advice on new developments, renewable energy and energy saving investments for the EMEIA region including , solar, biomass, LED lighting, heat pumps, wind, CHP, energy efficiency, demand side management and energy storage.

Lendlease are kindly sponsoring this event and hosting at their offices which overlook the IQL development we’ll be discussing.

With only 60 spaces, this event is likely to sell out fast so get your tickets now!


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