• 7 March 2013

Waterman to take part in GreenSky Thinking

GreenSky Thinking Week is a London-wide programme for built environment and property professionals highlighting new thinking and practice in how to ‘design in’ sustainability.

The week-long programme of B2B events focus on mapping current sustainable developments and future plans across London. Organised by Open-City the programme offers an independent arena to showcase and discuss best sustainable practise.

Responding from the one of the programmes sub-themes, ‘Delivering a Green City‘, Waterman will be hosting a breakfast review on 19th April, titled; ‘Better the Devil You Know’. Our session will look at how recycling existing building stock can potentially provide better returns on investment than new build, provide the highest energy ratings and offer less disruption to existing communities.

Waterman’s host Neil Lewis will explore the issues and facts in property development that anyone contemplating the rebirth of an existing building will want to know.

The breakfast buffet will be from 8.30 – 9.15am, which will be promptly followed by our panel review.

To register your interest in this FREE event, please email: communications@watermangroup.com

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