Event Recap: ULI UK Young Leaders Lunch & Learn with Patricia Brown
Read a recap of the recent ULI UK Lunch and Learn with Patricia Brown, by Young Leaders committee member Theodora Beckett.
After leading urban analytics teams that measure outcomes of infrastructure and development projects in consultancy firms, Eime has set up COCREATIF to help city planners, developers, real estate asset/investment managers and urban designers/architects with social value strategies and their implementation. Her aims are to improve the socio-economic sustainability of places and to promote responsible investment, influencing decision making in investment management and development projects.
Her approach involves three steps: defining outcome objectives, developing measures and implementing them in projects. Her work is delivered through collaboration with project partners, building capacity in partner organisations to incorporate social value in every decision making.
She has a unique set of expertise across architecture, urban planning, sociology and data analytics and rich international consultancy and training experience, helping clients optimising and communicating outcomes of development/infrastructure projects using data analytics. She is also an Associated Expert for Cities Forum, providing the above expertise to the group.
The council’s mission is to better understand and enhance the relationship between infrastructure and urban development to create and enhance values in places for all. Through events and meetings, they will be exploring innovative ways to deliver more sustainable, healthy and equitable urban environments across the country.
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