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Tomorrow’s ESG Conference

Tuesday, 1st November 2022 0800hrs – Wednesday, 2nd November 2022 1700hrs

Royal Horticultural Halls, 80 Vincent Square, London SW1P 2PB

Billions of pounds are set to be spent on environmental, social value and governance initiatives across the built environment sector and the Tomorrow’s ESG summit will unlock untold collaborative potential. Our industry is responsible for 30% of total greenhouse gas emissions globally and construction uses 32% of the world’s natural resources. This conference brings together over 1,000 attendees from across the property industry to share ideas, exclusive news and cutting edge insights into how evolving ESG practice can contribute in the race to Net Zero, innovate around creating the communities of tomorrow and ultimately be the driving force for healthier, smarter, greener placemaking.

Delegates can expect to blend business development discussions with an opportunity to improve their personal understanding on sector trends via thought-leadership.  

Confirmed Speakers:

  • The Government’s annual £49bn procurement spend
  • And much more…

Over the coming months, we’ll be working to announce the programme for the event. Over 40 experts speakers will join us on the auditorium stage throughout the two-day event. Here’s a look at some of the activities taking place:

09:15 – 09:45

Keynote 1

Delegates are joined by a national ESG champion to help set the scene for the conference

09:45 – 10:45

How Do We Make ESG the Rule, Not the Exception?

An environmental, social and governance revolution is underway across the property and construction sector; organisations are going to have to adapt or face the risk of extinction. In this session, national policy makers come together with UK wide influencers to discuss how ESG will transform the industry in the coming years.

Pete Gladwell – Group Social Impact & Investment Director , Legal and General Investment Management

Audrey Klein – Chair, ESG Committee, SFO Capital Partners

10:45 – 11:15

Break and Networking

11:15 – 12:15

There is no E and S without the G

The advent of the Building Safety Bill alongside issues such as demanding net zero targets and a focus on placemaking has elevated governance within UK construction in a way not seen before. In this session we will explore how corporate integrity and equitable stakeholder involvement can ensure a rounded ESG result for all.

Lynn Smith – Managing Director, Head of Sustainability & Development , Europa Capital Partners

Vanessa Cruz – Investor Relations , Areim

12:15 – 13:00

Lunch and Networking

13:00 – 14:15

Investor Driven ESG Projects: Driving Delivery and Accountability

The rules of engagement are changing. Increasingly, investment and funding to unlock major development projects is being benchmarked against long term ESG principles of those wanting to deliver schemes. This session brings together a group of high level investment voices to talk about how environmental, social and governance practices are influencing their decisions.

This session is sponsored by Womble Bond Dickinson

Nils Rage – Head of ESG, Stanhope

Jessica Pilz – Global Head of ESG , Fiera Real Estate

14:15 – 14:45

Break and Networking

14:45 – 16:00

Taking ESG Beyond a Project's Lifecycle – How Do We Harness Public and Private Sector Partnerships For Long Term Commitment to Places?

A group of public and private sector joint venture partners unveil their ESG focused major regeneration projects and detail their hopes for long lasting impact in the towns and cities that they will be delivered in, ultimately ensuring value for generations ahead.

Angela Barnicle – Chief Officer Asset Management and Regeneration, Leeds City Council

Wesley Ankrah – Director of Social Value and Community Investment , Dominvs Group

Olaide Oboh – Director, Socius

09:15 – 09:45

Keynote 2

Delegates are joined by a national ESG champion to help set the scene for the conference

09:45 – 10:45

How Can Procurement Values Support ESG?

A multitude of framework and procurement pioneers from both the public and private sector come together to talk about putting social value at the heart of procurement strategy by showcasing their approach and its positive results to date.

Victoria Herring – Director, Sustainability Programme, Grosvenor

Gareth Rhys Williams – Government Chief Commercial Officer , Cabinet Office

Ginny Warr – Head of Procurement, British Land

10:45 – 11:15

Break and Networking

11:15 – 12:15

Meaningful Measurement: What is the Best Way to Ensure ESG Success?

Is there a need for a nationally accredited method for measuring ESG? What are the key benchmarks for defining success during project lifecycle? This panel explores different approaches through live examples.

This session is sponsored by Costain

Richard Ellis – Director of Sustainability, Peabody

12:15 – 13:00

Lunch and Networking

13:00 – 14:15

How Can ESG Support Cleaner, Greener Regeneration?

The race to net zero has started and there is a myriad of hurdles on the way. This session brings together public sector leaders, investors and developers who will outline how they are using ESG principles to underpin regeneration and support a zero carbon future.

Rob Miller – King's Cross Sustainability Manager, Argent

14:15 – 14:45

Break and Networking

14:45 – 16:00

ESG Focused Major Development Plans

Developers launch a host of exclusive development projects that are guided by world leading ESG principles.

Steve Harrington – Planning Director, Regal London

The conference will host 40 meeting spaces (with only 29 remaining) – where companies will take out an area to host one-to-one meetings with potential clients, suppliers and providers.

This will allow organisations to secure space at the event which doesn’t cost thousands in additional spend to create stand designs etc – this more inclusive option will enable businesses to simply arrive with literature and banners.

Meeting Pods space includes:

  • 2 x tickets to the main event
  • Logo on the event website and marketing collateral
  • Delegate list before the event to arrange meetings

Cost – £1,500+VAT

For more information email opportunities@built-environment-networking.com or contact us on 0113 390 4700

Those with Meeting Pods at this event include:

Interested in speaking on this conference, meeting the speakers or raising your brand awareness – you’re able to get involved through sponsoring the conference.

Package Meeting Pod Speaking Slots Event Tickets Available Packages Cost (+VAT)
Corporate Partner Yes Yes 15 1 £10,000 View Details
Main Stage Session Partner Yes Yes 8 6 £5,000 View Details
Main Stage Session Partner: How Do We Make ESG the Rule, Not the Exception Yes Yes 8 1 £5,000 View Details
Main Stage Session Partner: There is no E and S without the G Yes Yes 8 1 £5,000 View Details
Main Stage Session Partner: Investor Driven ESG Projects: Driving Delivery and Accountability Yes Yes 8 1 £5,000 Sold
Main Stage Session Partner: Taking ESG Beyond a Project’s Lifecycle – How Do We Harness Public and Private Sector Partnerships For Long Term Commitment to Places? Yes Yes 8 1 £5,000 View Details
Main Stage Session Partner: How Can Procurement Values Support ESG? Yes Yes 8 1 £5,000 View Details
Main Stage Session Partner: Meaningful Measurement: What is the Best Way to Ensure ESG Success? Yes Yes 8 1 £5,000 Sold
Main Stage Session Partner: Meaningful Measurement: How Can ESG Support Cleaner, Greener Regeneration? Yes Yes 8 1 £5,000 View Details
Main Stage Session Partner: Meaningful Measurement: ESG Focused Major Development Plans Yes Yes 8 1 £5,000 View Details
Output Report Partner Yes 6 1 3,500 View Details
Video Partner Yes 6 1 £6,000 View Details
Programme Partner Yes 2 1 £2,500 View Details
Registration Partner Yes 2 1 £2,000 View Details
Email Partner Yes 2 1 £2,000 View Details
Badge Partner Yes 2 1 £6,000 Sold
Best Practice Presentation Partner Yes Yes 2 8 £3,500 View Details
Breakfast Partner Yes 2 £2,500 View Details
Lunch Partner Yes 2 £2,500 View Details
Meeting Pod Yes 2 24 £1,500 View Details

Corporate Partner

£10,000+VAT

Become the official headline partner of the Tomorrow’s ESG event.

Benefits include:

  • Name of your company in the title of the event – Tomorrow’s ESG; in partnership with _Your Company Name_
  • Keynote speech to open Tomorrow’s ESG Conference on the Main Stage
  • 1 x Panel Partner – chair the session of your choice and have input into the content and speakers
  • 1 x Meeting Pod space
  • 10 x delegate passes to the conference
  • Priority branding on the event website, emails and other marketing collateral
  • One page advert within the event programme
  • Individual award sponsorship
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Main Stage Session Partner

£5,000+VAT

This Partner will headline one of the main stage sessions

Benefits include:

  • Chair or Speaker position on your panel on the main stage
  • Suggest potential speakers you would like on the panel
  • Input into the session context
  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 1 x Meeting Pod space
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your event session
  • Four delegate passes for both days of the event
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Main Stage Session Partner: Investor Driven ESG Projects – Driving Delivery and Acountability

£5,000+VAT

Main Stage Session Partner: Meaningful Measurement – What is the Best Way to Ensure ESG Success?

£5,000+VAT

Output Report Partner

£3,500+VAT

Prime branding on the Tomorrow’s ESG Conference event Report.

Benefits include:

  • Main branding on event Report
  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 1 x Meeting Pod space
  • 6 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Video Partner

£6,000+VAT

This Partner will provide a video that will be played when delegates enter and leave the event sessions.

Benefits include:

  • Creation and branding of event video
  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 3m2 Exhibition Space
  • One Q&A session with your speakers during the event
  • 6 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Badge Partner

£6,000+VAT

Programme Partner

£2,500+VAT

This package will see get primary branding on the Event Programme.

Benefits include:

  • Branding on the front of the Event Programme
  • Branding on the forum website and at the event
  • 1 x Meeting Pod space
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Registration Partner

£2,000+VAT

The Partner can brand the registration space.

Benefits include:

  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 1 x Meeting Pod space
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Email Partner

£2,000+VAT

This package provides branding on the emails sent out to advertise Tomorrow’s ESG Conference.

Benefits include:

  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 1 x Meeting Pod space
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Best Practice Presentation Partner

£3,500+VAT

This package allows you to share your best practice pitch with the delegates present at the event.

Benefits include:

• Branding on the event website and at the event

• 2 x delegate passes for both days of the event

• 1 x Meeting Pod space

• Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website

• Half page advert in the event programme

• Access to photographs and video of the event

Breakfast Partner

£2,500+VAT

This package provides branding at the breakfast of Tomorrow’s ESG Conference.

Benefits include:

  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 1 x Meeting Pod space
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Lunch Partner

£2,500+VAT

This package provides branding at the lunch of Tomorrow’s ESG Conference.

Benefits include:

  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 1 x Meeting Pod space
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Meeting Pod

£1,500+VAT

This package provides access to the event and a space to hold meetings and showcase your services.

Benefits include:

  • 1 x Meeting Pod space
  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Meeting Pod

£1,500+VAT

Become a Partner

If you’re interested in any of the packages above or if you’re interested in finding out additional information then contact us on:

We have a plethora of expert speakers from across the real estate, property and infrastructure sectors taking to the stage at this event including:

Legal and General Investment Management – Pete Gladwell, Group Social Impact & Investment Director

Legal and General are pioneers of good practice when it comes to ESG, launching their social value charter way back in 2017. Beginning with their 250 acre Buckler’s Park development in Berkshire which is a scheme of which over half the size is centred around accessible green spaces for the public, the approach is now integral to the delivery of over 70,000 new homes across the UK. L&G have a target of reaching net zero on all of their projects by 2040 and a pledge to leave a long lasting legacy in all the places they work in; Pete will go into detail about their approach and how the built environment ecosystem can engage in the future.

Leeds City Council – Angela Barnicle, Chief Officer Asset Management and Regeneration

Leeds City council are halfway through their £10bn regeneration programme which is bringing to life a variety of major sites as part of their vision for an ambitious, well connected healthy city. As one of the UK’s leading local authorities on environment and social impact, the council have been working with a variety of investors and developers to ensure all future schemes and as part of this conference she will talk about the big projects under her control and how they are ESG compliant.

Stanhope – Nils Rage, Head of ESG

Nils leads the company’s sustainability and ESG strategy across design and construction development activities, asset management and investments through to corporate governance.

Prior to joining Stanhope in 2021, Nils led environmental sustainability strategy and implementation for Landsec where he oversaw sustainable design and delivery for a £3bn development pipeline as well as environmental performance for a portfolio of over 20 million square feet of property. He also initiated and led the development of the company’s net zero carbon strategy.

Grosvenor – Victoria Herring, Director, Sustainability Programme

Victoria provides support and challenge to the business ensuring its environmental strategy covering zero carbon, zero waste and valuing nature is converted into action. She oversees the delivery of Grosvenor’s £90m energy efficiency programme; retrofitting residential and commercial property across its historic Mayfair and Belgravia portfolio to help meet its 2030 net zero commitment.

Her role also involves transforming how the business works with suppliers and occupiers and advising on its approach to the design and construction of new places and buildings.

Regal London – Steve Harrington, Planning Director

With a focus on unlocking value from complex urban settings and delivering high quality housing and spaces for people to live, work and play in on sites that would otherwise remain undeveloped Regal London are focused on delivering ESG. They also recently launched the first Regal London Real Estate Academy in Watford, established in partnership with charity Building Heroes to provide skilled training to military veterans and members of local marginalised groups. Steve will discuss how they are committed to maximising social value and the delivery of ESG across their pipeline of £3.8 billion GDV, comprising 4,500 homes and 750,000 sq ft of commercial space across London.

Europa Capital Partners – Lynn Smith, Managing Director, Head of Sustainability & Development

Since its formation in 1995, Europa Capital has collectively raised 13 real estate funds and committed to over 150 transactions totalling more than €12.7 billion across 21 European countries. As Head of Sustainability and Development at Europa Capital Lynn is well placed to discuss Europa’s corporate governance and how this drives its sustainability strategy as well as how it proactively works to invest in sustainable schemes.

Cabinet Office – Gareth Rhys Williams, Government Chief Commercial Officer

Gareth leads the Government Commercial Function, a cross-government network of 4,000+ civil servants procuring or supporting the procurement of goods and services for the government. With the Government spending £49 billion per year on contracts for goods and services it is vital they act as a responsible, intelligent and experienced client. Gareth will discuss how they are leading the way in putting social value and sustainability at the heart of procurement strategy.

Areim – Vanessa Cruz, Investor Relations

Vanessa Cruz Galarza works in the Investor Relations team at Areim. She joined in September 2020 and is responsible for the strategic business development of new products and initiatives in the ESG space. She has over 17 years’ experience in Real Estate investments both direct and indirect. Prior to joining AREIM, Vanessa worked with Composition Capital Partners Fund of Funds, The Wellcome Trust and UBS Global Real Estate Multi Managers and is a CFA charterholder.

Argent – Rob Miller, King's Cross Sustainability Manager

SFO Capital Partners – Audrey Klein, Chair, ESG Committee

SFO Capital Partners is a London-based global real estate investment management firm with a diversified portfolio comprising more than USD1.7 billion in assets located primarily in Europe and the USA, including 6,000 apartments and more than 7.0 million sqft of commercial real estate. Audrey has a diverse array of experience in property investment and asset management, and investment focused ESG. She previously set up the European arm of Blackstone subsidiary Park Hill Real Estate following stints with Bank of America and Cromwell Property Group. She is a noted leader in the ESG field and is also ESG Chair for Planet Smart City.

Dominvs Group – Wesley Ankrah, Director of Social Value and Community Investment

Dominvs Group is a privately owned, multi sector real estate company focused on regeneration projects, hotel, residential, PBSA, BTR and commercial real estate sectors. Over the last 11 years they have grown significantly and now have £1bn AUM and a development pipeline over £1.75bn. Key projects include a 644 bed PBSA scheme in the square mile and a large mixed use scheme in Hammersmith which includes a 400-key hotel and a 713 bed PBSA scheme for Imperial College.

Dominvs Group has a firm commitment to social value through their projects and a pioneering approach to engage communities and people. They are one of the first real estate developers to have a Director-level team member responsible for integrating social value into all phases of development. Wesley ensures Dominvs applies a social value lens at all points in the development process from initial land acquisition through to asset management.

Socius – Olaide Oboh, Director

Socius is a mixed-use developer which creates long term partnerships in the areas in which it works and uses socio-economic trends as a catalyst to create and reshape places and deliver long lasting change. Major projects including the Soapworks development in Bristol, which will deliver 180,000 sq ft of workspace alongside 243 BtR homes, the 188,000 sq ft of workspace and 288 homes being created at Milton Keynes Gateway and the 1,500 jobs to be created at Devonshire Gardens in Cambridge are a result of Socius’s long term commitment to places and lasting partnerships with local authorities.

Olaide will discuss how Socius are focused on delivering local, social and environmental impact to communities, investors and future generations, and how this is applied to every project they are involved in.

Peabody – Richard Ellis, Director of Sustainability

Richard is Director of Sustainability at Peabody, one of the largest not-for-profit housing associations in the UK. Following a merger with Catalyst Housing in April 2022, the new Peabody Group has responsibility for 104,000 homes, with around 220,000 residents and 20,000 people who benefit from care and support services throughout London and the Home Counties.

Peabody’s community foundation invests around £11m per year, working in partnership to help people flourish in local areas. The Group is committed to sustainable principles, mitigating the impacts of climate change, and driving social value for the benefit of residents and colleagues. It reports annually on its environmental, social and governance performance.

Fiera Real Estate – Jessica Pilz, Global Head of ESG

Fiera Real Estate is a leading investment management company with offices in North America and Europe and over USD5.9billion of AUM, part of the wider Fiera Capital which has over USD139billion AUM. Through partnerships with firms such as Packaged Living in the UK they contribute to regeneration and the provision of high quality accommodation. Jessica is responsible for championing Fiera Real Estate’s Global ESG strategies and initiatives across its investments, developments and operations and is a member of AREF’s ESG and Impact Investment Committee. She has previously been involved with sustainability and ESG at a senior level with MSCI, Royal Bank of Scotland and Avison Young.

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Details

Start Date:
Tuesday, 1st November 2022

Start Time:
0800hrs

End Date:
Wednesday, 2nd November 2022

End Time:
1700hrs

Cost:
£99 – £249

Venue

Royal Horticultural Halls
The Royal Horticultural Halls, Lindley Hall and Lawrence Hall, Vincent Square, London, UK

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