Thursday 20 April 2023 8:30 AM
Delegates will hear from engaging speakers on themes including Inclusive Design and Public Realm, Social Anthropology, the Psychology of
Thursday 20th April - Marriott Royal Hotel, Bristol
8:30 - Coffee and Networking
9:30 - Morning Session
Jaya Chakrabarti MBE, CEO of supply chain transparency platform tiscreport.org and Vice President of Bristol Chamber of Commerce, will give the opening address, discussing Corporate Transparency, Ethical Supply Chains and the Bristol Effect.
Chris Stanton, Director of Landscape at BDP, will look at how, with evermore pressure on public space to deliver multi-functional credentials, building inclusivity into public realm designs from early concept is vital.
Dr Camilla Morelli, Lecturer in Social Anthropology at the University of Bristol will explore how the built environment shapes who we are, and its interplay with Social Value, in conversation with National Chair, Chithra Marsh, Associate Director of Buttress Architects.
12:30 - Lunch (buffet lunch included in price)
13:30 - 16:00 - Afternoon Session
Caroline Gourlay, Chartered Psychologist, will cover ‘Defining your professional identity – female leadership in the built environment’.
Cathy Stewart, professional coach for Behavioural Change and Mentoring Consultant for Women in Property describes ‘Coming full circle: the impact of mentoring on a career’.
Great Minds - all our speakers come together to discuss and debate issues raised during the course of the day, chaired by Nicola Jones, former National Chair and Executive Project Manager at Gleeds.
18:00 - Drinks Reception - click here to book to attend the Conference only
19:00 - Dinner with guest speaker Sallyann Short
We are pleased to welcome Sallyann Short, former Olympian, Commonwealth medallist and, now, STEM business leader. Sallyann will take us through her career as a 100m and 200m athlete, representing Great Britain at two Commonwealth Games and one Olympics, before embarking on her career in Contact Centre and Cloud Technology with Avaya, where she is Managing Director.
Event closes at midnight
Friday 21st April
Site Studies (included in ticket price). Five Sites (one per delegate) in and around Bristol (transport provided) are available for delegates:
Further details are available here.
This conference will be CPD accredited: Conference: 6 hr & Site Study: 2 hrs
For further details – session content, speaker information, site study locations, dinner menu choices, hotel, travel and accommodation information click here (or refer to the Event Flyer if booking via the app).
Digital brochures providing information on the full programme, speakers biographies, delegates and sponsors will be provided before the event.
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