The BCO is delighted to announce that its year-long study into health & wellbeing in offices will be published in June. Following presentation of key findings at the Berlin Conference in May, the research will be launched at a seminar in London on 12 June. This will be chaired by the incoming BCO president Katrina Kostic Samen and will provide an opportunity for debate and discussion.

Start Date / Time 12 Jun 2018 08:00
End Date / Time 12 Jun 2018 10:00
Venue Landsec, 80 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5JL
National No
Region London and the South East
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members No
Members Price FREE

Description

The project has adopted a unique approach by creating a strategic ‘roadmap’ to health & wellbeing in offices. Working with leading medical and academic experts the research has reviewed the existing evidence base of leading sustainability and health & wellbeing standards. The result is an outcome-focused framework against which these standards have been mapped. By doing so the study provides a concise point of reference for clients and their advisors as well as design and construction teams and sets out the best practice guidance for implementing and achieving health & wellbeing across the office life cycle.

Breakfast will be provided on arrival, along with the chance to network with fellow BCO members before the presentation.

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AGENDA

08.00 Registration (hot drinks & breakfast provided)

08.30 Welcome from Matthew Flood, Commercial Director for London Leasing at Landsec

08.35 Introduction from event chair, Katrina Kostic Samen, Founding Partner at KKS Strategy & BCO Senior Vice President

08.40 Pre-recorded video from:

 

  • Professor Paul Cullinan, Imperial College London
  • Dr Sara De Matteis, Imperial College London
  • Derek Clements-Croome, Professor Emeritus in Architectural Engineering

08.55 Author presentations from:

 

  • Edward Garrod, Head of Sustainability & Integrative Design, Elementa Consulting
  • James Pack, Founder, Sentinel RPI
  • Will Poole-Wilson, Founding Partner, Will & Partners

09.25 Panel discussion, joined by:

 

  • Christopher Richmond, Partner, PwC
  • Derek Clements-Croome, Professor Emeritus in Architectural Engineering
  • Neil Pennell, Head of Design, Innovation and Property Solutions, Landsec

09.35 Interactive discussion

10.00 Event close