Liverpool property consultancy The Momentum Group partners with the city’s 2030hub to host a conference to discuss ‘sustainability in the built environment’
A conference is being held in Liverpool this month to debate the “sustainability challenges facing the built environment”.
Liverpool property consultancy The Momentum Group is partnering with the city’s 2030hub to organise the event on Wednesday, September 20, at Aloft Hotel in North John Street. It is called Building A Sustainable City Beyond 2030.
It aims to ignite discussions on embedding sustainability in the city region’s property sector, ensuring it plays a central role in driving positive change. Confirmed speakers include:
- Ed Green, sustainability director, Grosvenor Property UK
- Martijn Horsman, sustainable development manager, Redevco
- Pete Swift, co-founder, Planit -IE
- Simon Mansfield, sustainability manager, Liverpool City Council
- Sophie West, senior sustainability consultant, Savills
- Sunny Johal, development director, Glenbrook
- Matt Breakwell , business development manager, Kimpton
A key objective of the conference is to create an ongoing Liverpool city region ‘sustainable property taskforce’ to identify and implement key actions.
This conference coincides with Global Goals Week, which runs from September 15 to 24. It will highlight the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Liverpool is one of only two cities in the world formally marking Global Goals Week, the other being New York.
Karl Clawley, The Momentum Group’s associate director, said: “The built environment is a huge consumer of raw materials, a producer of carbon emissions and a creator of waste streams.
“Decarbonising the sector is one of the most effective ways the industry can address its role in the climate emergency.
“This conference and our collaboration with 2030hub underscore a commitment to creating a platform for robust discussions, knowledge exchange and actionable outcomes.”
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