Two further “Real Estate Fundamentals” training dates for sustainability and responsible property investment professionals have been announced by Hillbreak.
The UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) will host one session on 12 January and Tuffin Ferraby Taylor LLP (TFT) will host another on 27 February.
The course is designed to enhance the confidence and ability of delegates to engage with their colleagues and stakeholders in the furtherance of positive ESG outcomes, and to enhance their contribution to the strategic, operational and financial goals of their employer organisations and investor clients.
Topics covered include the current state of the UK property market and its challenges; the property investment and development process; and property value, valuations and appraisals, including the integration of sustainability factors.
The training, which has received excellent feedback from organisations including LandSec, Intu, The Crown Estate, Capital & Counties and Peel Land & Property, will be delivered by Hillbreak co-founders Miles Keeping MRICS and Jon Lovell.
The unique course, tailored specifically for real estate sustainability professionals, is run in a roundtable format with a combination of classroom-style teaching, Q&A, individual and group exercises and facilitated discussions. In this way, it is hoped that all participants will learn by having the opportunity to steer content whilst interacting with each other and the facilitators.
Places are limited to 12 delegates per session and are available on a first-come, first-served basis and a number of places have already been reserved. Registration and further details are available below: