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ng healthcare, higher education, commercial, ns in parallel with the highly successful


and facilities. A sustainable, built n, from designer and builder to supplier and ent, environmentally responsible (and cost- ustainable projects you attend


schedule of seminars, tailored 1-2-1 amme at this fully CPD-certified event.


As a project delegate, your complimentary place includes:


ng and challenging the status quo.


ria Lockhart, Director of Business Development: Europe - national WELL Building Institute: ‘The global healthy buildings


ement - driving market transformation through the WELL ing Standard’


on Sturgis, MD – Sturgis Carbon Profiling LLP: ‘Whole Life on and the economics of the future’


a Dutton, Co-founder Loop Hub: ‘The Circular Economy - don't e your time in the built environment’


us at the estates forum nd June 2018


p Park Resort, za, Oxfordshire


ce at www.se-forum.co.uk


Register nowfor your complimentary place at www.se-forum.co.uk or contact Sue Ramcharan on 020 8288 1080 or email: sue@stable-events.co.uk


88 1080. View a short video of last year’s event at www.se-forum.co.uk • Access to all speaker sessions


• Networking with the most prominent companies involved in the design, build, management and delivery of sustainable estates and facilities


• A tailored meeting schedule with companies most relevant to your estates/projects/facilities


• Business opportunities with your fellow project delegates


• Executive accommodation, all meals, drinks receptions and gala dinner on Wednesday evening


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