November 19, 2015 at 2pm - 4:30pm

How does our concept of ‘sustainability’ shape how we build now and in the future? This event takes a look back at how sustainable design has evolved over the past 10 years, current practice, and where we are heading in terms of building innovation, public sector reform and sustainable procurement, design led thinking and wider considerations such as community empowerment and participatory democracy.
 

14:00-16:30 Thursday 19 November 
A&DS, 9 Bakehouse Close, Edinburgh, EH8 8DD

The event will look at:

Where we have come from, where we are now and where we are heading
Heather Chapple, A&DS
Innovation and transformational change in construction
Bruce Newlands, Head of Technical Operations, Construction Scotland Innovations Centre
Building design: the new basics
Mark Palmer, Senior Partner, Max Fordham LLP
The policy and strategic connection
Scott Bell, Deputy Director, Procurement Reform Integration Division, Scottish Government
A taste of where we are going – targeting public sector investment through working with communities
Richard Millar, Director of Heritage, Enterprise and Sustainability, Scottish Canals

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The event will include a Q&A and finish with refreshments.

We hope you can join us for the last in the DECADE series marking series marking 10 years of A&DS.

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WHEN
November 19, 2015 at 2pm - 4:30pm
WHERE
A&DS, 9 Bakehouse Close, Edinburgh, EH8 8DD
Sponsored By …Connecting Scotland's Towns