21-22 June 2023 | NEC Birmingham


As the built environment reaches a critical point in the transition towards net zero, it is more important than ever to foster collaboration and dialogue amongst key stakeholders. 

Net Zero Connect will provide an unparalleled opportunity to engage with experts in the field, learn about the latest innovations and solutions, and network with leaders in the industry.

Book by 12 May to SAVE £200 on your place

Who's attending Net Zero Connect?

PPP specialists and strategic planners

Learn about the latest funding and financing challenges. Discover how government policy changes for Net Zero will affect PPPs

Environmental compliance and biodiversity managers 

We'll discuss the latest advancements in carbon capture and identify the latest policy changes you need to be aware of.

Architects, Designers and Engineers

Find out how to ready yourself for the future homes standard (due in 2025) and discover how to design out carbon from future projects.

Town planners and local authorities

Discover how the private and public sector can come together around net zero. We'll also review upcoming legislation and changes to planning permission.

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Covering all the key topics such as net Zero retrofitting, changes in government planning reforms, net zero & the cost crisis, green public procurement and much more across 2 days...


Bringing together key stakeholders from within the built environment, this conference gives attendees the opportunity to join in-depth conversations on the current state of the industry and the journey to Net Zero.


Expert-led roundtable sessions will focus in detail on key issues facing the industry, allowing you to engage with your peers and gain insight into new developments and strategies.


Adapted reuse - remediation, waste and landfill | Designing out carbon in public infrastructure | Upcoming policy changes | The roadmap to Net Zero | Green finance | Funding and financing challenges |  Developing and delivering new Net Zero projects? | Carbon offsetting strategies in new developments | Shaping a net zero future through policy | Government planning reforms in 2023 & beyond | Net zero & the cost crisis | what a successful net zero PPP looks like | The importance of embodied carbon and sustainable building materials in public infrastructure | Repurposing existing buildings to save the embodied carbon

and more...