Circular Economy Principles in the Built Environment- “Circularity”
8th December 2023
12.00 - 13:00
The construction sector is one of the largest emitters of CO2, during the construction of buildings as well as their operating life, and the largest consumer of the earth's resources. By applying circularity principles at the procurement stage, we can reduce the environmental harm and waste during construction and create a plan for these to be reused at a later date.
Why people should attend
We have a climate emergency and all stakeholders, from funders to contractors, will be directly or indirectly affected by expected changes in legislation around carbon omissions, funding requirements, planning and building control changes as well as demand from users of the buildings
Qualified as a Chartered Accountant and was a CFO for a business consulting company in London. Property and the environment have been my life long passions.
Started as a buy to let investor in the mid 1990’s, aiming to build a pension portfolio. From start of 2002, on successful planning permission for 4 flats, I left my employment and started property developing full time.
To date, I primarily buy land, obtain planning permission, build and hold.
Now I want to change my development focus- aiming to deliver a “Circular” building as a pilot project and test case.
Part of Imperial College London’s “Undaunted” programme that promotes innovative and climate impacting start-ups.
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