While the built environment is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact, that also means there is huge potential for the changes we make to be a force for good – building back better and greener.
With the government being clear that tackling climate change is a top priority this panel will discuss and debate how the UK public estate will play a significant role in the country’s journey towards net zero and enhancing the sustainability of our built environment.
Areas for discussion:
• Assessing how the pandemic has accelerated the need for workplaces to adopt a digital layer
• What are the opportunities and challenges of the digital workplace?
• Explaining how hardware and software is only the start; first we need to design experiences
• Exploring the skills and the mindset that is required to make it a reality
COVID-19 has accelerated a need to re-align assets and operations with an organisation’s business strategy. Many organisations are looking for a leaner and more efficient estate to deliver efficiencies, productivity, carbon footprint reduction and cost savings. Join Pubic Sector Plc and RLB for discussion on the importance of establishing an estate optimisation strategy and practical considerations needed to deliver the programme of activity.
Procuring technology solutions to help manage your building can support you reaching carbon net zero – CCS procurement frameworks have long been providing a trusted and value for money purchasing platform used extensively throughout the public sector. In this session, we will explore how access to building management software, big data and analytics and big data storage can help organisations deliver on their carbon reduction commitments
Join industry experts Jeremy Campbell, Executive Director and Ian Baker, Head of Workplace as they explore in lively discussion the unstoppable rise of sustainability and wellbeing and the impact they are having on workplace and the world of work. They will cover key questions including, what are the challenges facing the public estate? What are the opportunities for long-term transformation? And what will it mean to embrace or ignore these? Finally, how do we create workplaces to engender a sense of wellbeing and make them a destination of choice?
None of us can predict the future; we all have a role to play in creating it.
Wellbeing and sustainability are colliding with the rise of tech and AI. Traditional organisational models, estate management and FM procurement are already disrupted. The world of work and in turn the workplace has entered a new paradigm based on services developed in harmony with the climate, employee experiences, lifestyle choices, and creating workplaces where diversity and inclusion are respected.
Jeremy and Ian will share their knowledge and experience with practical examples outlining how wellbeing and sustainability are transforming the very fabric of workplaces, and show why the public estate must respond fast in order to survive.
In this seminar KBR will discuss and provide guidance on how to manage your estates and supply chain sustainably and cost effectively, as well as provide a live demonstration of their analytics platform showing how you can use data effectively to support strategic and tactical decision making.
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In this session delegates will hear from leaders across various government departments about future approaches to procuring work, disposing of sites and modernising existing estate.
In this discussion we will discuss: