Temple involved in Green Sky Thinking week, 27 April 2016
Temple is pleased to announce that we will be a part of this year’s Green Sky Thinking (GST) week. Temple’s staff have attended GST events for a number of years, so we’re pleased to now be a part of this exciting, innovative concept. Since its inception, the week’s 50+ events programme has showcased a range of design solutions for London’s current built environment challenges. It draws in organisations involved in every area of the built environment industry, from contractors to architects, consultants to engineers. The event brings together key individuals working in the sector, encouraging them to share ideas and foster much-need collaboration; therein promoting a holistic, integrated approach to sustainable design.
The details on Temple’s Green Sky Thinking Week event include the below;
Date/Time: Wednesday 27th April, 17.00 – 18.30
Venue: Temple’s London office – Devon House, 58-60 St Katharine’s Way, London, E1W 1LB.
- Pat Hayes, Ealing Council
- Alaric Lester, Temple Group
- Dusty Gedge, Green Infrastructure Consultancy
- Matt Winfield, Sustrans
- Nick Voulvoulis, Imperial College London
Synopsis: Temple invites key figures from the world of infrastructure to give ‘pechakucha’ style presentations pitches (20 slides for 20 seconds each) on how they think London could be more sustainable; how infrastructure projects are contributing to regeneration and renewal and what’s needed next. We are looking to cover a range of themes that we feel are important, including: air quality, regeneration, transport, sustainable building and green infrastructure.
Please register for this event via Green Sky Thinking’s official registration page, please find here.