Centenary Projects for Good: The Built Environment of the Future | 6.30pm onwards

This year, as we not only commemorate our heritage but look to the future of the Built Environment, we invite our global community of UCEM students and alumni to join us where it all began…

We are delighted to invite you to celebrate our 100th anniversary at an event held a stone’s throw from the University College’s first permanent home in Lincoln’s Inn Fields. The area holds special meaning for UCEM as the institution delivered teaching from its premises at 35 Lincoln’s Inn Fields from 1921 until 1941, when it was devasted by incendiary bombs during the Blitz.

In the run up to this event, we are running a Centenary Projects for Good initiative in collaboration with the National Union of Students. Centenary Projects for Good is a professional development opportunity, through which our students and alumni are invited to create positive change in their workplace through the undertaking of a socially, environmentally or economically sustainable project, supported by a project coach from UCEM or NUS. All shortlisted entries will be invited to showcase their projects.

The event will consist of a Projects for Good exhibition and will feature three talks by senior industry alumni executives as they reflect on their own Projects for Good and how it has contributed to a better Built Environment.

Date: Wednesday 11 September 2019
Time: 6.30pm onwards
Venue: Lincoln’s Inn, The Great Hall, London WC2A 3TL

Event outline

5.30pm Registration and welcome drinks
5.30pm Projects for Good exhibition opens

6.30pm Presentations
Great Hall, Lincoln’s Inn

Panel Chair: Andrew Hynard – Chief Executive, The Howard de Walden Estate
Speakers;

Dame Alison Nimmo DBE – Chief Executive, The Crown Estate
Michael Moir – Development Consultant, Tenman Project Management
Lucy Winzer – Property Director, Aldi

7.15pm onwards Champagne and canapé networking reception
Members Common Room, Lincoln’s Inn

This event is free to attend. Please register your attendance below.