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Green Sky Thinking + Footprint's 5 things to do this week

This week it’s Green Sky Thinking and there is a whole host of events running throughout London

Sustainable high rise

High rise hope report

When Tuesday 16 April, 8.30am

Where Newgate Communications, 5th Floor, 33 King William Street

At this panel discussion hosted by Rockwool, the NLA’s Peter Murray, Hannah Kyrke Smith from the Green Alliance, Tony Hutchinson of Capita Symonds and Steve Newman from HTA Architects will discuss the future of high rise housing estates.

Are you sitting comfortably?

Nicholas Hare

When Tuesday 16 April, 6.30pm

Where 3 Barnsbury Square

Nicholas Hare Architects discuss how to create comfortable internal environments.

Do it yourself retrofit

Cullinan Studios

When Wednesday 17 April, 5.30pm

Where Cullinan Studio, 5 Baldwin Terrace

At this event, Edward Cullinan Architects will take the audience through the refurbishment of a warehouse into their BREEAM Excellent offices.

Mind the gap with the AJ


When Thursday 18 April, 8am

Where Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, 20 Tottenham Street

Join the AJ and FCBS for a breakfast panel discussion on the performance gap. The panel will look at monitoring techniques, the cost of post occupancy monitoring and how to persuade clients to pay for it.

Soft Landings

Soft Landings logo

When Thursday 18 April, 6.30pm

Where Lumen, 88 Tavistock Place

Sustainability consultant Bill Gething will be joined by BSRIA’s Gary Clark, Tamsin Tweddell of Max Fordham, Howard Tinkler of Robert McAlpine and architect Mike Chater to discuss integrating the Soft Landings procedure into projects.

These are just a small selection of the events being held as part of this year’s Green Sky Thinking. The full programme can be found, here.

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