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The sbe forum will be held live at the De Vere Cotswolds Waterpark Hotel, Gloucester on March 29th-30th.

The popular and winning formula of our events includes hearing from experts; engaging with relevant and innovative suppliers in pre-arranged meetings, whilst also having meaningful discussions with your peers & potential business partners & social interactivity held across 1½ days.

Sustainability impacts every aspect of construction and COP26 has highlighted that the time for action is now, particularly as the construction sector contributes 38% of global carbon emissions.

As an industry we must work together to reduce our emissions and contribute to the government’s strategy of Building Back Greener, which is why the theme for this year’s sbe forum is: 

 “Creating a sustainable future” 

With speaker content focusing on:

  • Reactions and thoughts from COP26
  • Sustainable futures
  • Creating sustainable communities together
  • How to design better in a hotter climate 
  • Retrofit vs refurbishment vs new build
  • Creating a roadmap to zero carbon for social housing 
  • Platform Construction Approach for sustainable infrastructure delivery 

We are still seeking proposals to speak, if this would be of interest please email [email protected]

Or you can register your interest free of charge here:


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