Join us for a free taster Festival of Place event with Alexandra Notay, Placemaking & Investment Director, PfP Capital, on investing in net zero and the changing shape of property in place, supported by IE University School of Architecture and Design
Festival of Place Bytesize is back on 27 September at 10am. Join us for a free taster Festival of Place event with Alexandra Notay, Placemaking & Investment Director, PfP Capital, on investing in net zero and the changing shape of property in place, supported by IE University School of Architecture and Design and hosted by Martha Thorne, Dean, IE School of Architecture and Design, and chair Christine Murray, Director of Festival of Place and founder of The Developer.
Festival of Place Bytesize
Investing in net zero and the changing shape of property & place with Alexandra Notay, global expert on build-to-rent and investing for climate resilience
27 September, 11:00-12:30 on Airmeet
Alexandra Notay is an internationally recognised expert on build to rent, placemaking and sustainable urban development, with 16 years’ strategic advisory and investment experience to government, private sector and third sector organisations across four continents. She is a published author and editor of over 30 books and reports on real estate including the ULI UK Best Practice Guide on Build to Rent (2014, 2016). Notay is a vice-chair of the ULI UK Residential Council, chair of the BPF sub-committee on residential ESG, serves on the BPF Build to Rent Committee and is an Associate Member of CREFC Europe. She is also a non-executive director of Essensys plc, Sound Diplomacy, SouthWest Board Member for LandAid and trustee of the SunScreenIT Foundation and St Mary Redcliffe. Notay is passionate about enabling tangible social impact through innovation and collaboration as well as mentoring the next generation of diverse talent.
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Don’t forget to get your pass to Festival of Place, happening in-real-life on 12 October, Tobacco Dock, London with an emphasis on designing and developing equitable places in the context of a climate emergency.
Since the pandemic, Festival of Place has been running online events, but the festival marks a return to physical events not held since 2019. At the in-person festival, the emphasis will be on the spaces between the sessions, through placehacks, happenings, walking tours and informal effortless networking ensuring the community can easily make new connections to follow-up in an increasingly digital world.
The event will also be streamed using the Airmeet platform, which has been serving the Festival community through its event-wide chat, popular emoji button, the opportunity to ask questions ’on stage’ and social lounge featuring video networking tables.
Festival of Place is powered by The Developer content and has gained a reputation for the insight of its speakers, thought-provoking discussions and the promotion of fresh and challenging ideas on how to make places worth living in.
The Festival of Place: 12 October, 2021
Early bird passes on sale now
This event is designed to benefit those working in property industry seeking to do things differently. The focus is on the climate and social equity emergency and unpicking how our infrastructure and housing design needs to change to create better and truly inclusive places.
From building healthy and equitable housing at density, to revitalising town centres and creating resilient communities in the context of a climate emergency, there will be tours and interactive sessions that will energise your professional practice and boost your creativity.
All talks will be streamed online and be made available afterwards to watch on-demand. So even if you spend all day networking or at the fringe events, you won’t miss a thing!
Early bird passes are on sale until September 3rd 2021. Organisation passes are also available, giving your whole team access to all our digital events, plus two tickets to the in-person event.
Learn from leading experts, explore our walking tours and workshops, and connect with industry leaders and cutting-edge professionals who care as much as you do.
Book your early bird pass by September 3rd to be part of this happening at www.festivalofplace.co.uk