Is there a trade-off between healthy buildings and Net Zero Carbon objectives - or can you achieve both?
13:00 - Wednesday 6th October 2021Management
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There are two dominant narratives in the commercial property world; one is healthy buildings focussing on hygiene and ventilation in particular; and the second is the global crisis around climate change with significant action required before 2030.
Typically both of these agendas are a conflict for building operators as often increased ventilation or systems required to improve humidity draw additional power, and therefore contradict the drive to reduce consumption.
This panel aims to explore these challenges and how building managers, property owners and occupiers can work together to address objectives in both of these important areas.
Speaking at this session
Head of Property Operations
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) Real Assets
Mark is Head of Property Operations at Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM). He is responsible for all Property & Facilities Management operations across over 850 properties in the UK following an 18 month transformation programme to implement a new occupier focussed operating model.
Previously he has held leadership roles in Mitie and Capita Real Estate with a focus on Property Management, Facilities Management and Sustainability services.
Sessions Mark Tyson will be speaking at:
Simon leads Cundall’s net zero carbon and sustainable governance teams. He is an environmental specialist focusing on carbon reduction policy and strategy, and is widely recognised as a leading authority on net zero and whole life carbon in the built environment.
Simon is a member of the UK Green Building Council’s Members Advisory Committee, the British Council for Offices (BCO) Environment, Social & Governance Group (ESG), the Whole Life Carbon Network (WLCN) committee, the Green Property Alliance, and is chair of the CIBSE Knowledge Generation Panel.
Over the last few years, he has delivered the first WELL certified projects in both Europe and MENA. Helped to develop net zero carbon and whole life carbon methodologies for the Great London Authority (GLA), the UK Green Building Council, the Whole life Carbon Network and the Construction Industry Council Hong Kong. Simon co-wrote Cundall’s One Planet, One Chance Sustainability Roadmap, which sets out how Cundall can achieve maximum impact using the UN Sustainable Development Goals, including becoming the world’s first carbon neutral certified engineering consultancy in 2020 using science-based targets.
Sessions Simon Wyatt will be speaking at:
Service Delivery Manager
Bellrock Property & Facilities Management
Ryan graduated with a degree in Economics and Management from Brunel University London before joining the Mitie graduate scheme.
After working with various clients at Mitie he joined Capita Real Estate working with a combination of Investor and Retail clients. He worked in several consultancy roles before joining Bellrock, leading the Wagamama account.
For the last two years he’s managed the North of England as part of the Mercury Model for Legal & General Investment Management. A huge part of this has been utilising data and IEQ’s to improve occupier experience and building performance across the region.
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Francesca is CEO and co-founder of AirRated; the global benchmark for indoor air quality. AirRated has certified 7M sq.ft. of real estate in the UK and continental Europe in the past 12 months, with 2.5M sq.ft. registered or in progress. Francesca is dedicated to promoting and educating audiences from the property industry about the importance, benefits and management of good indoor air quality. Earlier this year she was honoured on the Forbes 30 under 30 list for her work with AirRated.