Building Back Better
September 29 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
The UK national agenda to ‘Build Back Better’ and for this to be part of a ‘Green Recovery’ directs all of us across the built environment sector to deliver a genuine improvement in the quality of built environment which we create. But how is this deliverable? How can decision makers and all those in the industry from contractors to consultants, clients to end-users, design, fund and implement stronger outcomes for all?
Hosted by Tevi alongside Ward Williams Associates and Green&Blue, this session will bring this debate to a number of leading industry figures and seek to address how Cornish SMEs may well be perfectly placed to lead the charge – and bring forward a practical and deliverable means of delivering this vision.
An interactive Q&A session will be moderated by Tevi and aims to reconcile best practice approaches. If you have specific questions for our speakers, please email them to [email protected]
About the speakers
Ward Williams Associates are property and construction consultants with over 40 years’ experience working across all sectors, comprising a team of over 100 loyal and highly motivated staff. The company works with a broad range of clients from 6 UK offices in London, Gloucester, Exeter, Plymouth, Salisbury and Truro. In an environment of uncertainty, WWA provides assurance, confidence and value, demonstrated by long-term client relationships with many household names, national and international companies and public sector bodies. They are the first chartered surveyors in the world to be granted B Corporation® status.
Green&Blue are designers, creators and innovators of products that help us all to make the changes necessary to protect our environment for future generations. Based in the beautiful seaside town of Perranporth, Green&Blue work tirelessly towards the aim that every new house built needs to provide a home for wildlife as well as for us. They are widely known for their iconic Bee Bricks and additional housing for bees as well as bird feeders, bird houses, bird baths and bat roosts. They were granted B Corporation® status in 2018.
Tevi is an ERDF-funded programme supporting Cornish SMEs to grow whist contributing to Cornwall’s environmental growth priorities and circular economy transition. Tevi currently supports over 300 enterprises through bespoke consultancy services, challenge networks and a grant scheme. The programme’s circular economy aspects are led primarily by the University of Exeter’s Business School. Tevi is delivered by the University of Exeter in partnership with Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Cornwall Council and Cornwall Development Company.
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