Are Green Buildings Really More Valuable?

14
Sep
2011
 
XX
XX
AM

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

Energy Conversations at The Building Centre is a series of regular talks, debates and discussions around the supply and use of energy. Aimed at developers, occupiers, designers and suppliers it will explore key political, design and technical issues which influence sustainable environments. They are produced in association with Buro Happold.

The next in the series is titled Are Green Buildings Really More Valuable? This will look at whether developers and occupiers are prepared to pay more for long term environmental and financial benefit. There is a growing body of research showing that green buildings are not only cheaper to run but also provide healthier and more productive environments. But what is stopping this research translating into consistent premiums for green buildings? Property developers, real estate agents, investment professionals and building experts will share their thoughts on the green pound and its real value to society.

Contributers include:
Philip Parnell, Head of Real Estate Valuation, Drivers Jonas Deloitte
Louise Ellison, Head of Sustainability, Quintain Estates and Development Plc.
Clare Hebbes, Project Director, Argent
Sarah Cary, Sustainable Developments Executive, British Land
Katharine Deas, Managing Director, Low Carbon Workplace

Chairman:
Hugh Mulcahey, Director of Asset Strategy, Happold Consulting