'Sharing the 2012 Games sustainability lessons learned from bid to handover'
UK-GBC invites you to an exclusive event to launch our London 2012 Sustainability Lessons Learned series on Tuesday 29th November from 10am to 1pm at a fantastic venue adjacent to the London 2012 Olympic Stadium - Foreman's Fish Island.
This is a 'must attend' event to be amongst the first to:
• Find out about UK-GBC's London 2012 Sustainability Lessons Learned series, which will encompass over 20 events leading up to the 2012 Games
• Meet experts from ODA and gain first-hand knowledge of how the sustainability lessons learned can benefit your own business
• Get up close to the Olympic Stadium in advance of the Games
Location: Foreman's Fish Island, Stour Road, London, E3 2NT - Click here for directions.
Complimentary shuttle buses will run from Pudding Mill Lane DRL Station from 9am. Alternatively, you may choose to walk the 10 minute scenic Greenway passing the Olympic Park to reach Foremans from Pudding Mill Lane DLR Station or Hackney Wick Overground Station.
Cost: £40 (includes lunch and refreshment)
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Speakers at the launch include:
Paul King - CEO of UK-GBC (chair)
John Armitt - Chairman, ODA
Alison Nimmo - Director Design & Regeneration, ODA
Jonathon Porritt - Founder Director, Forum for the Future
Peter Bonfield - Chief Executive, BRE
Mike McNicholas - London 2012 Project Director, Atkins
UK-GBC would like to thank our London 2012 Sustainability Lessons Learned series partners, Atkinsfor their support.