Health equality is a key part of the government’s levelling-up agenda and should play a key role in all real estate decisions.
In this discussion, we will investigate what real estate and business is doing to play its part in enabling healthy, thriving communities for all; what else it should be doing; and how the public and private sectors can work together to ensure we all live healthy lives.
Real estate has a huge responsibility when it comes to the health of the nation. It has the ability to help slow global warming through the way it builds and operates its buildings. The health of the population is also strongly linked to the conditions in which people live and work. Access to high-quality healthcare is essential but it is not a lack of healthcare that leads to people becoming ill; it is the conditions in which people live and work. And these social conditions account for a great deal of the health inequalities that are a major feature of all societies.
- 08.00: Registration and networking
- 09.00: Chair’s opening remarks
- 09.15: Keynote speech & interview
- 09.45: Panel – Putting the H in ESG: Real estate’s role in delivering health equity
- 10.30: Chair’s closing remarks
- 10.35: Coffee and networking
- 11.30: Event closes
Chief Executive, Uncommon
Uncommon is a freehold-owning flexible office operator. With five sites across London, valued at circa £350m, it has created working environments with an emphasis on its members’ wellbeing. Davies developed this ethos by launching the company’s new ESG strategy in 2022, which focuses on sustainable environments for its members, team and partners to thrive in. Driving positive change, Davies has created a unique company culture to ensure it attracts, recruits and sustains the best talent, future-proofing the continued success of Uncommon
Group social impact and investment director, Legal & General Capital
Gladwell joined Legal & General in 2007, launching a new generation of property funds focused on liability matching and defined contributions pension schemes, and L&G’s joint venture with PGGM, which total more than £5bn. In 2015, he moved to lead L&G’s investments with the public sector, including the cabinet office, local authorities, NHS, housing associations and universities – which now total more than £4.5bn. Gladwell holds an MA from Brasenose College, Oxford, in computation, the IMC, and is a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and honorary professor at UCL.
Chief Commercial Officer, Longevity Partners
Ellison was appointed as Longevity Partners’ global chief commercial officer in 2021, where she leads the development of tailored programmes helping clients achieve their current and future ESG and climate goals. She is recognised as a leader in the world of sustainable real estate. She has many years’ experience in industry and has served on a range of boards and committees including eight years as chair of the Better Buildings Partnership.
Head of ESG and sustainability, Lambert Smith Hampton
Montella is responsible for the design and delivery of sustainability and ESG policies and services at Lambert Smith Hampton, both internally and on behalf of clients. His role involves challenging the business to set and meet environmental and social targets, such as a pledge to achieve net zero carbon status by 2030. Prior to joining LSH, Montella was head of EMEA sustainability at WeWork, and has also held senior roles in sustainability consultancy at leading architecture practices, including HLM, Sheppard Robson and Auckett Swanke. He is a respected author in the field of sustainability and has presented at the ULI’s European Sustainability Council.
Partner, Charles Russell Speechlys
Imbrailo acts on the acquisition, disposal, development and asset management of commercial property. She works across the office, retail, mixed-use and life sciences sectors, including complex preletting agreements and commercial development sites. She also advises landowners on strategic land development sites. Imbrailo is admitted to practise in England and Wales. She acted for BioMed Realty on the preletting of BioMed@Babraham, a landmark 100,000 sq foot laboratory and office development at the Babraham Research Campus and advised on development and asset management at Granta Park, Cambridge, one of the UK’s top life science campuses. She advises the Howard de Walden Estate on a broad range of matters, including commercial acquisitions and disposals, retail, office and medical lettings, re-gears and leasehold enfranchisement. Imbrailo also acts for the Church Commissioners for England on strategic land development at sites across the country.
News editor, EG
As EG’s news editor, Man oversees the news and analysis output for the website and magazine, working closely with its dynamic and talented team of reporters. An award-winning journalist, she was recognised as one of PPA’s 30 Under 30 for her work at EG in 2020 and was shortlisted for a BSME Talent award last year.
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