07 - 09 March 2023 | ExCeL, London

07 - 09 March 2023
ExCeL, London

The LETI Client Guide: Supporting clients develop and deliver on net zero carbon

02 March / 11.15 - 12.00

Client bodies and their funders remain at the centre of fulfilling the zero carbon vision, capable of empowering or preventing this achievement through the wide number of stakeholders they engage with. The LETI Client Guide for Net Zero Carbon Buildings pulls together key findings and recommendations from numerous best practice sources, covering the ways in which the processes of briefing, design, procurement, construction, occupation, management and valuing of building development must change to fulfill a Zero Carbon vision.

In this session, a number of contributors to the guide will introduce a range of its content, sharing perspectives that informed its development. We will also offer insights around how consultant teams can better engage and influence client bodies towards a Zero Carbon trajectory.

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Panel overview:


Mina Hasman, Senior Associate Principal (Sustainability Lead), SOM


Introduction to the LETI Client Guide

Mina Hasman, Senior Associate Principal (Sustainability Lead), SOM

Chapter 1: Brief development

Natalie Dutton, Project Architect, David Morley Architects

Robin Nicholson, Fellow, Cullinan Studio & Convenor of The Edge

Converting client commitments: case studies

Lucy Atlee, Quality & Design Manager, Transport for London

Mina Hasman, Senior Associate Principal (Sustainability Lead), SOM

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