Green Sky Thinking: Crouch Hill Park – Designing for Zero Carbon

events

04/2013

Following the success of our 2012 Green Sky Thinking event, this year we will be on site to talk about our carbon-negative development for Islington Council including a tour of the new BREEAM Outstanding Ashmount Primary School and of a retrofitted power station now housing an energy centre and youth facility, at Crouch Hill Community Park.

The event will be held on Thursday 18th April between 08:30-10:00 and is free to attend but places are limited so must be reserved in advance here.

Our event will be part of the ‘Delivering a Green City’ theme, which showcases real-life exemplar projects and initiatives that have in practice encompassed how to best deliver sustainable buildings for the long term, including post-occupancy evaluation and performance data, finance and procurement, regulation mechanisms versus market and Green Deal and its potential impact.

Green Sky Thinking 2013’s week-long programme (15-19 April) will feature 50 B2B sustainability-focused events aiming to:

  • Map current sustainability exemplars and issues in the industry.
  • Strengthen cross-sector collaboration and knowledge sharing.
  • Extend involvement of end-user and decision-maker participants.
  • Offer companies’ the opportunity to profile leadership in sustainable business.