speakers on 4 stages
250+ Investors | 200+ Occupiers | 300+ Developers | 450+ Local Authority Bodies | 600+ Consultants
FOOTPRINT+ will gather representatives from every sector of the UK property market to discuss, discover and about state of the art methods to achieve Net Zero in real estate.
Our exhibition space enables stakeholders and experts to meet face-to-face, learn from each other and build the relationships required for putting sustainable solutions into practice.
A unique networking opportunity
The event will be attended by developers, local authorities, housing associations, investors and the managers of large estates like the NHS, supermarkets and logistics companies, all of whom must radically reduce their buildings' carbon emissions.
At FOOTPRINT+ they will be able to meet and discuss their needs with environmental consultants, architects and engineers, together with lawyers, energy suppliers and project managers all of whom have current and relevant experience.
FOOTPRINT+ is organised by well-known consultants from the industry; we have cherry-picked the most-informed speakers around, so the level of expertise at the event will be of the very highest available.
Attendees will be able to listen to carefully selected experts who have demonstrated real progress towards Net Zero in their projects. Conference delegates will learn from their experience to enable them to implement ambitious carbon saving projects in their own organisations. This is a unique opportunity for real immersion in the subject.
FOOTPRINT+ has four main conference streams:
Zero Carbon Energy
Retrofit and the Circular Economy
In the Exhibition outside the conference, delegates can meet selected companies and organisations who can help them put what they have learnt about in the conference into practice on the ground.
In the Forum delegates can book face to face meetings, either in advance or on the day, with other delegates and conference speakers. They will be able to discuss business in a relaxed and productive environment.
The away-day atmosphere of the event will encourage connection between people whose diaries are normally closed.
The stands are constructed using beMatrix system:
ROUND TABLE POLICY DEBATE
High-level debate and exchange of ideas to shape the property planning policy for a zero-carbon future.
Central Government is realising that fundamental policy changes need to be made to reduce embodied carbon in developments; this is where they can meet with the industry to agree a workable way forward which avoids over-complication and contradiction in legislation.
This is vital to enable change to take place as quickly as it must.
FOOTPRINT+ is located in Brighton's seafront, giving us a unique meeting space in the centre of the city. The 3-day programme is designed to facilitate networking opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors alike.
At Breakfast Briefings, Evening Receptions, and Think Tanks, companies are given the opportunity to promote themselves to a handpicked selection of delegates from their potential client-base, providing an unrivalled opportunity to make lasting contacts and form real business leads.
Unlock net zero
Unlock net zero is a knowledge hub focusing on the practical reality of the transition to a net zero future. Net Zero refers to achieving a balance between the amount of Greenhouse Gas emissions produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere. To achieve this requires large-scale and extensive innovation across the UK energy system. This will involve disruptive change across all sectors and industries.
Unlock net zero seeks to inform, educate, and connect people and organisations involved in adopting a net zero approach, identifying the technologies, infrastructure and behaviour change required.
British Property Federation
The British Property Federation is the voice of the real estate industry in the UK. Our membership reflects the diverse nature of our industry – owners, developers, funders, agents and advisers.
We work with our members to support a diverse, successful and sustainable real estate industry recognised for the contribution it makes to society. Our membership is industry wide, so we provide unparalleled opportunities for networking and sharing good practice, and we can provide government and regulators with an authoritative perspective on the issues facing real estate and how we can support communities across the country.
We deliver our mission by working collaboratively with national and local government and other partners; by promoting knowledge, innovation and best practice within the industry; and by showcasing our members’ achievements so that our diverse sector is better understood.
The Energy Institute is the not-for-profit chartered professional membership body bringing together expertise to tackle urgent global challenges. Responding to the climate emergency while meeting the energy needs of the world’s growing population calls for energy to be better understood, managed and valued. This ambition is at the heart of our social purpose.
We are a global, independent network of professionals spanning the world of energy, convening and facilitating debate, championing evidence and sharing fresh ideas, giving voice to issues of concern and where necessary challenging the industry we work with.
Energy professionals - our members - of all ages, genders, backgrounds and disciplines look to us for the knowledge, skills and good practice they need to pursue impactful careers in this vital, fast-evolving field. As a safe collaborative space for industry, academia and policy makers, we deliver standards, guidance, training and qualifications that raise the bar in operations in almost all areas of the energy system: upstream and downstream oil and gas, onshore and offshore wind power, fugitive methane reduction, battery storage, hydrogen, CCUS and integrated networks.
In health and safety, energy management and related behaviour change methods we equip professionals in diverse fields with the essentials needed to protect people, assets and the environment, and to get the most efficient use out of all energy consumed. Our products and services are continuously refined to keep pace with and support the changes under way in our field.
Professionals in energy have changed the world before and now they are changing it again. The EI exists to support them and anyone who wants to better understand or contribute to tackling these urgent global challenges.
The UK Apartment Association
The UKAA is the membership organisation for the UK Build To Rent (BtR) Sector. Our ambition is to grow the sector, and our members’ businesses, faster than it would do otherwise
We do this by sharing information, promoting best practice amongst members and raising standards to benefit customers. Our activities help to reduce risks for investors and operators in the sector and assist new companies to enter the market successfully.
Founded in 2016, the UKAA currently has c250 members and is growing at c30% per annum. Our members comprise the leading investors, operators, advisors and suppliers operating in the sector today. The UKAA is a member of the global alliance of the NAA (National Apartment Association of USA), which represents over 82,000 members with more than 10 million rental housing units globally.
Sustain is your online and print resource for sustainable real estate. We provide global news, analysis, debate and data for subscribers, focused entirely on real estate and sustainability.
Sustain delivers information which is timely, relevant and useful to real estate professionals whose focus is sustainability. Our scope is global, and we showcase best practice from around the world, keep you up to date on the sustainability demands of investors and tenants.
The Landscape Institute (LI) is the chartered body for the landscape profession. It is an educational charity that promotes the art and science of landscape practice. The LI’s aim, through the work of its members is to protect, conserve and enhance the natural and built environment for the public benefit. The landscape profession designs with nature, bringing a unique and integrated response to the complex issues of climate change. Learn more, access events and resources, and be a part of the change.
BTR News is the leading publication dedicated to the Build to Rent sector, providing the latest news, insights, thought leadership and research from across the industry.
PBSA News is the leading publication dedicated to the student accommodation sector, providing the latest news, insights, thought leadership and research from across the industry.
Constructive Voices creates important conversations with industry leaders and change-makers, on topics shaping the sectors from the economy to sustainability, social good, mental and physical health, and diversity and inclusion.
Ranked in the top 1% of podcasts worldwide, the Constructive Voices Digital Radio will be available from late May 2022.https://constructive-voices.com/
The Association of Local Energy Officers (ALEO) is a not-for-profit organisation supporting local government officers and housing professionals with a remit for reducing all aspects of the UK’s domestic-sector carbon footprint and tackling fuel poverty.
Mission Statement: To eliminate Fuel Poverty and reduce carbon emissions working in and through local communities
Our Values: We envisage a world where everyone is able to live in a warm, energy efficient home with minimum carbon impact.
The Institution of Structural Engineers is a professional body for structural engineering based in the United Kingdom, with 30,000 members operating in over 100 countries. The Institution uphold standards, shares knowledge, promotes structural engineering and provides a voice for the structural engineering profession.
The Institution is an internationally recognised source of expertise and information concerning all issues that involve structural engineering and public safety within the built environment
The Institution provides professional accreditation for structural engineers and publishes a monthly magazine, The Structural Engineer.
Established in 1985, LABM has been delivering practical and engaging information to local authority built environment specifiers across the UK for over 35 years. In 2016, the magazine expanded its reach and now also includes all UK housing associations within its readership.
LABM is a leading resource for specifiers responsible for the construction, refurbishment and maintenance of social and affordable housing, schools, hospitals and healthcare facilities and public buildings across the UK
Cratus is a specialist consultancy that understands local government like no other.
We are proud to advocate for the delivery of sustainable housing, regeneration of our high streets, renewable energy, employment, local services, and integrated communities.
“Our world is local”, this is our focus, and it is reflected in all the work we do. We have a team who can deliver strategic expertise across all our sectors: Planning, Communities, Public Affairs, Public Relations and Advisory and Climate Change Emergency.
We strive to help our clients build relationships and create sustainable communities and exemplar developments.
Together, our world is local.
With 95,000 members worldwide, ICE promotes and advances civil engineering around the globe. We lead the infrastructure debate to create a more sustainable future and ensure high standards through awarding professional qualifications.
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