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09:00 Registration

09:30 10:15 Press Briefing Edinburgh Room With: Dr Peter Hedges (EPSRC) Professor Rachel Cooper (University of Salford) Professor David Butler (Imperial College) Professor Stephan Jefferis (University of Surrey)

10:20 Welcome Stephen Brown/Matthew Prescott, RICS Foundation

10:25 Chairman's Introduction Dr Peter Hedges (EPSRC) Lecture Hall, 1st Floor

10:30 Keynote Address The Rt Hon Keith Hill MP

10:45 'Towards a sustainable urban environment' EPSRC's rationale Dr Peter Hedges, Programme Manager for Infrastructure and Environment, EPSRC Consortia Presentations

11:00 VivaCity: Urban Sustainability for the 24-hour City Professor Rachel Cooper, University of Salford

11:05 The Sustainable Urban Form Consortium (SUFC) Professor Mike Jenks, Oxford Brookes University

11:10 Innovation in Design, Construction and Operation of Buildings for People Dr AS Bahaj, University of Southampton

11:15 Water Cycle Management for New Developments: WAND Professor David Butler, Imperial College

11:20 Sustainable Urban Brownfields: Integrated Management (SUBR:IM) Dr Mike Brown, University of Sheffield

11:25 Waste Resource Management in Urban Environments Professor William Powrie, University of Southampton

11:30 Q&A

11:55 Chairman's closing

12:00 Introduction to Consortia Workshops

12:15 Lunch/Poster Session Members Club Room

13:30 Consortia Workshops Lecture Hall, Lancaster room, Gloucester room, Edinburgh room.

15:30 Close/Refreshments

If you'd like to attend the press briefing and / or the full launch event plea
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Contact: Jane Reck
jane.reck@epsrc.ac.uk
01-793-444-312
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
7-Oct-2003


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