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Living in the Sky: Planning for wellbeing and compliance in the world of tomorrow

3rd October 2017

We are delighted to announce the 26th annual Capita Health & Safety Lecture, 'Living in the Sky: Managing compliance in the world of tomorrow' from 4pm on Tuesday 3 October at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.

Since it first launched 25 years ago, the lecture has become a prestigious event with a high profile in the health and safety calendar. The lecture will take in both the design process when considering high-rise construction as well as the issues around ensuring that we are creating healthy places for people to live and work.

Agenda
15:00 - Refreshments
16:00 - Welcome address
17:05 - Q&A
17:50 - Drinks and canapés

Speakers
Nigel Dancey – Senior Executive Partner at Fosters & Partners
Tall Storeys - the density debate - as a senior leader of one of the most innovative architecture and integrated design practices in the world, Nigel has directed a range of tall building projects across Europe, Northern America and the Middle East.

James Cook –  Planning Director at GL Hearn
The London Tall Buildings Survey 2017 - James is the Planning Director and Head of Residential Planning at GL Hearn – one of the UK’s leading property consultancies providing trusted commercial property advice to the public sector, developers, investors and occupiers.

Kevin Hughes – Deputy Assistant Commissioner at London Fire Brigade
Living in the sky:  when innovation challenges the boundaries of experience - Kevin has over 29 years’ experience in the London Fire Brigade (LFB) and will draw from his extensive fire background to consider the fire safety issues involved in high-rise construction.


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