Amplifying our impact on society through the built environment

25th February 2020
The British Library Knowledge Centre 96 Euston Rd, London NW1 2DB

 

Photo credit: IFRC

The BRE Trust conference brings together a wide range of sector stakeholders to:

– Showcase the social impact of the Trust’s activities
– Bring expert perspectives in to stimulate fresh thinking
– Contribute to shaping thinking around Trust’s future priorities and partnerships

Come and hear about the ground-breaking work with social ambition, covering our core themes of health, safety & wellbeing, sustainability, and resilience in the built environment

Look behind the scenes at how it’s made possible by thoughtful and effective partnership delivery networks.

Immerse yourself in the innovation zone, showcasing the outputs of key projects and collaborations focused on global challenges such as such as increased urbanisation, the growing aging population, climate change and resource depletion.

Explore impact assessment approaches being made possible by emerging technologies and new insights derived from data analytics.

 

Agenda

 

Dr Deborah Pullen MBE – Executive Director, BRE Trust The Impact we are Making                             
David Murray – Managing Director, Article 25 Improving Resilience to Disasters
Dr Long Seng To – RAEng Research Fellow, Loughborough University Affordable and Sustainable Energy for All
Jamie Richardson – Shelter and Settlements Technical Advisor, Catholic Relief Services Improving Informal Settlements in Myanmar
Raman Chagger – Principal Consultant, Fire Safety Group, BRE Improving Fire Safety
Sue Adams –  CEO, Care and Repair UK The Impact of Poor Housing
Ed Suttie – Director, BRE The Impact of Indoor Environment on Health and Wellbeing
Professor Kate Royse – Chief Digital Officer, British Geological Survey Use of Data in the Built Environment
Dr Ricardo Codinhoto – Senior Lecturer, Centre for Advanced Architectural Studies, University of Bath Digital Modelling to Support Waste Management
Alan Somerville – Executive Director, Building Performance Group, BRE

Nathan Goode – Director, Social Value Portal

The Importance of Social Value and How to Measure It
Sir James Wates CBE – Chair, BRE Trust Our Future Focus

MORE TBC

Meet and exchange
Experts and practitioners will offer insight into the sector’s most innovative thinking and practice. As well as formal
sessions, there is the opportunity to exchange experiences with those most actively involved in delivering our programme over the last year.

 

For more information contact:

Jen Austin
secretariat@bretrust.org.uk

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