Webinar 1: Making London's Net Zero 2030 Ambition a Reality: Challenges and Solutions in Programme Management
London's ambitious Net Zero 2030 goal, with an estimated capital spend of £5-10 billion annually over the next decade, poses significant challenges from a programme management perspective. This webinar delves into the barriers that need to be overcome to ensure the successful delivery of this sustainability initiative. By examining existing solutions and drawing lessons from other major capital programmes worldwide, this event aims to provide insights into how London can achieve its Net Zero targets efficiently and effectively.
You can watch the complete webinar where Richard McWilliams from Turner and Townsend frames the challenges ahead of London’s goal to reach net zero by 2030. Find out about the need for a coordinated and collective effort to transform the retrofitting market and achieve a sustainable future.
Richard McWilliams said:
Ultimately there is a massive demand for delivering net zero through retrofitting the built environment. This is a huge undertaking due to the substantial amount of existing building stock in London, and it's characterized as a massive unmet need. In 2050, 80% of the stock that is going to exist then already exists now
Richard McWilliams is Director, Sustainability at Turner and Townsend. Richard forms, leads, and grows a team to help governments, cities, and individual organizations define and deliver their pathway to a low carbon, sustainable future. Addressing both existing and new-build assets in housing, wider real estate, defence, and infrastructure sectors, Richard is instrumental in creating a diverse team of passionate experts who are purpose-driven. His expertise particularly shines in major net zero/retrofit programs.