How are organisations and building owners adapting their spaces through the next phase of the pandemic with social distancing and relative lockdown easing takes place? Join us for an interactive webinar where we will be asking for your views to lead a dynamic discussion on how our workplaces may change and the innovative adaptions organisations are making to support the return to the workplace.
Juliette is responsible for sustainability across British Lands’ 4.5m sq ft development pipeline, standing assets and refurbishment schemes. She has a specialist interest in low carbon construction materials and reducing embodied carbon. Her studies in this field include a CISL course in Sustainability Leadership (University of Cambridge) and Bamboo U alumnus – building with bamboo. She has led British Land’s move towards timber construction in CLT (cross laminated timber). Prior to this she asset managed 2m sq ft at Regent’s Place (£2bn) repositioning the asset with a central focus on sustainability and long-term stewardship. Previous experience is in the US on $800m development schemes in technology districts and has a background in consulting to government and developers in real estate for technology companies.
Duncan brings a passion for design, strategy, and innovation to his role as Co-Managing Principal for Gensler’s Europe Region. Duncan has been living and working in London for over twenty years and is spearheading the growth of the European business and establishment of our new offices across key markets in Germany and Paris. He co-led the creation of Gensler’s Commercial Office Building Developers practice and has gained a deep knowledge of the trends and issues affecting how people interact with their cities and working environments. In addition, he has been responsible for some of the most significant architectural projects in the firm’s portfolio. Duncan serves on Gensler’s Management Committee and is responsible for leveraging the
best of the firm’s global platform for clients firmwide. Educated at the University of Washington in Seattle, Duncan earned a B.A., with Honours and Dip.Arch from the University of Liverpool
Duncan is an active member of the BCO and the ULI, speaks regularly on issues relating to office design and shaping the future of cities.
Marcus is the Chief Development Officer at Seaforth Land, a locally based institutional-class real estate investment company specialising in central London offices. He has overall responsibility for the development activity of the company and sits on the Management Committee making strategic decisions related to future investments and direction of the business.
His diverse experience in global real estate development spans over 20 years, during which he mastered his trade at some of the most highly respected companies in the industry: PATRIZIA, Tishman Speyer, CBRE, U.S. Equities Realty. He has worked across four continents delivering value-add and development projects including office, retail, residential, hotel, healthcare, education and cultural uses.
Marcus has been a long-standing and active member of ULI. He has served on the UK and European Executive Committees, was a Founding Member of the ULI NEXT Global Leadership Initiative, sat on the steering group that brought the award-winning UrbanPlan UK to local schools, and was a recipient of the Urban Land 40-Under-40 award in 2016.
He graduated with an MEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Birmingham, earned an MBA in Real Estate Finance and Investment from DePaul University, and is qualified as a Chartered Engineer.
Further speakers to be added.
The COVID-19 outbreak is impacting individuals and organisations not just across the United Kingdom, but globally. ULI UK are conducting an ongoing monthly survey to gain an understanding of the evolving real estate industry’s response and gauge sentiments about how the virus is affecting organisations, real estate and cities.
Each webinar will discuss insights gained from this and will focus on a different topic in relation to the future of the built environment in a post COVID-19 world:
- Tuesday 28 July: Future of Housing - Sales, Rental, BTR, Senior, Student, Affordable
- Tuesday 25 August: The Hotel Market after the pandemic – drivers, adaptation and transformation
- Tuesday 8 September: Logistics, Construction & Development
- Tuesday 22 September: Planning & Legal: Maintaining Flexibility & Repurposing
Titles and speakers to be confirmed.
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