International mayors and mayoral advisors are among the star speakers at this year’s Base London, which takes place on 21 June at the Grange Tower Bridge.
The Mayor of Nantes, Deputy Mayor of Los Angeles and Copenhagen’s director in charge of the Danish Capital’s world-leading ambition to be zero-carbon by 2025 will be sharing their experiences and providing learning experiences for London with respect to the acceleration of its low-carbon transformation.
Other international speakers across the day include Guru Banavar, IBM’s global head of technology, Circular Economy world authority Douwe Jan Joustra and Siemens’ North Europe CEO Roland Aurich
Base London will bring together 800 senior public and private sector professionals involved in London’s built environment and infrastructure on a wide variety of practical issues, ranging from how waste management practices vary from central London to the outerlying boroughs to how smart-phones are helping London develop a lower emission, lower congestion transport system.
The programme includes a series of half-day streams on home and office retrofitting, energy, transport, resource management, and London as a smart integrated city, top and tailed by an exceptional plenary programme.
Base London is about the capital’s low-carbon policy and how this translates directly into opportunities in housing, public buildings and commercial property retrofit, resource management and infrastructure. It is free to attend for “qualifying” delegates — typically senior management from key public sector bodies plus decision-makers in the property, construction, energy, infrastructure, waste and transport sectors, together with advisory and financial services professionals. Visit the Base London website to apply for your complimentary place now.