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Key April event to set out practical ways of improving commercial buildings for better occupant health and wellbeing.
Healthier buildings are widely recognised by commercial property owners and tenants as being an asset. With the launch of the WELL Standard and its alignment with BREEAM reflecting the appetite for enhancing the health and wellbeing of occupants, improved commercial buildings can increase staff productivity as well as bricks and mortar value, making them more attractive to new and existing tenants.
Against this background, the Healthy Building conference will focus on practical implementation of health and wellbeing strategies and solutions, particularly in operational buildings. Aimed at informing a wide range of stakeholders – from building owners, asset managers and facility managers to architects and fit-out specialists – the event will explore the health and wellbeing agenda from the landlord and tenant perspective and the challenges for implementation.
Most importantly it will set out the practical steps that owners and tenants can take to improve buildings within their current budgets as well as explain how the WELL Standard can be applied to existing buildings.
This important one-day event by BRE and sustainability consultancy EVORA will feature a keynote address by John Alker, Campaign and Policy Director, UKGBC, along with a host of top-level speakers from across the building sector spectrum.
The Healthy Building Conference takes place on 3 April 2017 in London. Book your place and find out more here.
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