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“Collaborate to Eliminate” – working together towards NZC

Our panel debate how we can collaborate to reach our NZC goals.


06 Oct


14:00 - 15:30


Online session

In order to achieve NZC, the construction industry needs to collaborate and share knowledge in ways we have not done before, will we be able to?

Join our panel as they debate these key themes:

  • The consultant role in supporting the government shaping NZC policies
  • The London Plan 2021: an example to follow? The importance of sharing knowledge and data to benchmark future projects.
  • The Councils role in pioneering NZC projects and setting the example for the wider construction industry.
  • How the Government can support councils in achieving NZC.
  • A round up of planning policies / LBs paving the way to net zero


Michela Ravaglia, Senior Associate Architect and Certified Passivhaus Designer – Stride Treglown

Michela is a Senior Associate Architect and Certified Passivhaus Designer with B Corp Stride Treglown and the Residential Lead for London, specialising in working on complex and large-scale, mixed-use projects in the capital. Passionate and a strong advocate of sustainability, championing fabric first design, net zero carbon and circular economy, a major focus of her current work is leading the company’s Net Zero Carbon and Passivhaus Strategy, sharing expertise and upskilling teams across the company, overseeing the carbon and Passivhaus aspects of projects across all sectors and supporting clients to navigate through the various carbon standards and assists them in developing their own briefs and carbon targets.

Panel speakers

Hannah Jameson, Assistant Director for Sustainable Development and Climate Change Response – Lambeth Council

Hannah Jameson

Hannah leads the council’s work on the climate emergency including its programme to help the organisation to reach Net Zero by 2030 and its work with partners and residents to facilitate the borough’s transition to a more sustainable future.

Marie-Louise Schembri, Design Director – Hilson Moran

Marie-Louise Schembri

Marie-Louise is an industry thought leader on zero carbon, contributing to a number of key industry publications and task groups, including the UKGBC, LETI, NLA, CIBSE and UKDEA. In her role as Design Director at Hilson Moran, Marie-Louise leads the business on sustainable design, cross-disciplinary collaborations and equality and diversity. A qualified architect and engineer, she has delivered some of Hilson Moran’s most sustainable projects including a zero carbon homes masterplan in Bermondsey, a Net Zero Carbon homes commercial development in the City of London and an EPC A for the Grade II listed 30 Grosvenor Square.

Jess James, Director – JAW Sustainability

Jess is the founding director of JAW Sustainability, a London based sustainability consultancy providing specialist support for construction and fit out projects. Jess has 12 years’ experience in the sustainability field. She specialises in developing practical applications of sustainable solutions across all building types and life cycle stages. Jess is involved in the provision of a range of sustainability services, from energy performance and environmental assessment to life cycle carbon analysis and wellbeing assessment. Jess is providing consultancy for several construction projects targeting Net Zero. She teaches at NYU London as part of their MA in Historic and Sustainable Architecture.

Catherine Bartlett, Associate Town Planner – Stride Treglown

Catherine Bartlett

Catherine specialises in the preparation and submission of planning applications for major development proposals, most recently within the higher education and commercial/industrial sectors. She frequently collaborates with technical consultants to bring forward planning application proposals. She is currently instructed on a NZEB pilot scheme alongside architectural colleagues within Strides.

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