5 STEPS Towards Sustainable Buildings And Places
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It is tempting to think as we press further into the 21st-century with many lessons having been learned from the obvious mistakes of the 20th century, that we have it all sussed. We know what to do now! All we need is the opportunity to scale up and build out our ideas on mass. Easy.
In this guide you will read about strategies that we need to adopt to overcome some of the big challenges that face us globally as never before.
When making day to day decisions about buildings, communities and the environment, what techniques can we use to ensure we are heading in the right direction? To make significant progress with a new idea or to develop a set of principles in connection with anything as complex as a city or a neighbourhood, a strong vision is required.
But is the vision going to deliver on its promises and are the outcomes going to be as predicted?
Do we have the right vision?
Is our ladder leaning against the right wall?
5 STEPS To Creating Sustainable Buildings And Places
In this five step guide to achieving a successful sustainable development, before investing in an out dated model, you will discover a range of strategies that will question basic assumptions and give you tools for thinking through your vision before committing to expensive consultancy fees or investing heavily in the project itself.
Whether you are concerned with the single building project and the challenges that can throw up, or considering an urban infill or extension, similar thinking will be required to explore the options before pressing the button.
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The clients, Adrian and Pauline Hawkes, run Phoenix Community Care a charity to assist unaccompanied minors and a fostering service in the London Borough of Haringey. Their ambition is to integrate people back into the community in the context of arts and cultural events.
Gerald was the chairman of the Elders and Trustees of the Church and acted as project manager over the pre-contract, contract and post contract periods.
David ran a financial company based in the City of London whilst running a property company from Smithfield Market area on the fringes of the City.
Christine was at the time the owner and managing director Cega Ltd a successful IT company based in Clerkenwell London which merged with RTS Networks UK Ltd which then gave rise to the need for this project.
Peter Davies: Is chair of ‘The Size of Wales’ and former Commissioner for Sustainable Futures (Wales).
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