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Book now: AJ Footprint Live 2014

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Book your tickets now to hear from James Timberlake of KieranTimberlake and others on what makes a sustainable city

The annual sustainability conference, which is themed around the sustainable city, is a must-attend, cross-industry event.

It will be kicked off by James Timberlake of KieranTimberlake with a talk on refabricating architecture.

Timberlake is currently working on the new American Embassy building in Nine Elms. Due to complete in 2017, the new American Embassy is targeting both BREEAM Outstanding and LEED Platinum.

Speakers include

  • Andre Gibbs, partner, Argent, on the regeneration of King’s Cross - one of the most significant urban development projects in the UK.
  • Heather Topel, deputy project director, North West Cambridge Development, on building sustainable neighbourhoods up to BREEAM Excellent and Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5.
  • Neil Pennell, head of sustainability & engineering, Land Securities Group - on what is and what is not achievable in sustainable development in the real world and how to make a sustainable building viable.
  • Monica von Schmalensee, CEO, White Arkitekter on the redevelopment of the waterfront of Queens, New York, which was particularly hard-hit by the effects of the Hurricane Sandy. 

AJ Footprint Live

When 20 November
Where Royal College of Physicians, London, NW1 4LE

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