SWIG Awards 2017

Date: 8th November 2017

Location: IoC, 24 Greencoat Place, London, SW1P 1RD

2 Unmissable events Same day - Same venue

SWIG Awards 2017 morning session

SWIG Awards 2017

Presentations Celebrating and Promoting the Sustainable Water Industry 

followed by

SWIG Masterclass 2017 afternoon session 

Integrating Water into Homes and Developments -
Innovation & Resilience

Overcoming barriers to Sustainable Water Use - enticements & incentives

Date:

Wednesday 8th November 2017

Venue:

IoC, 24 Greencoat Place, London, SW1P 1RD. (Satnav use: SW1P 1BE)

Sponsor:

Watermatic Ltd

Cost:

SWIG Awards Complimentary for Industry Professionals

Masterclass £100 (plus vat)
Including Light Buffet & Refreshments
(A limited number of complimentary tickets are available on application)


Book now by emailing info@sustainablewater.org.uk

Please indicate Awards, Masterclass or both

Masterclass attendees will be invoiced by Watermatic Ltd

Agenda:

9:00

Registration for SWIG Awards

Light refreshments

9:30

Welcome: Neal Landsberg, Chair of SWIG & Marketing Director, Watermatic Ltd 

SWIG Awards 2017

 

Introduction to Judges Panel

Overview of SWIG awards by a member of the judging panel

SWIG Awards 2013 & 2015 – an update

2017 Awards and Presentations

Closing remarks by Neal Landsberg

 

12:00

Registration for Masterclass

12:05 to 12:45 Buffet Lunch

13:00

Welcome: Neal Landsberg, Chair of SWIG & Marketing Director, Watermatic Ltd 

13:10

Introduction

13:15

Masterclass Presentations by SWIG Awards Judges

Luke Engleback - Studio Engleback

Gary Grant - The Green Infrastructure Consultancy

Colin Green - Emeritus Professor, Middlesex University

Chris Griffiths - SuDS Marketing Development Mngr, Marshalls plc

John Griggs - JPJN Partners Ltd

Cath Hassell - ech2o

Lutz Johnen - Aquality Trading & Consulting Ltd

Sue Illman - Illman Young Landscape Design

14:45 to 15:00 Break for Refreshments

15:00

Panel discussion including:

  • Planning aspects and pressures
  • What would it take to change thinking early enough to make a difference
  • The benefits of hindsight
  • Aiming towards true sustainability
  • Other issues: Insurance, adaptation, amenity, costs & benefits, human sensitive urban design, urban ecology, biodiversity.

 16:00

Formal end of business. Informal networking to 16:30

 Directions http://www.greencoatplace.org/#location

 

 

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