ULI Europe Digital Programme: Measuring Social Value – Taking stock of industry best practice

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2021-05-26
2021-05-26T12:30:00 - 2021-05-26T13:30:00
Europe/London

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    Online This webinar will be hosted by Zoom. UNITED KINGDOM

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    Webinar Summary

    This webinar will see a panel of experts assess and identify the means by which social value can be implemented and measured in real estate development.

    Webinar Series
     
    This is the fourth webinar in the 2021 series looking at "Rebuild: Creating Liveable and Resilient Cities"

    The 2021 ULI Europe Digital Programme Series: Rebuild, Reshape and Rethink

    Join one of our webinars on the central theme of "Rebuild, Reshape and Rethink: Preparing for a new built world". We will explore each of these concepts through webinars grouped into series, including:
    • Rebuild: Creating liveable and resilient cities
    • Reshape: Evolving real estate formats to meet consumer needs
    • Rethink: Innovation, finance and new solutions for real estate

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    Katherine Hibbert

    Founder and Executive Chair, Dot Dot Dot Property

    Katharine Hibbert is the Founder and Executive Chair of Dot Dot Dot, a social enterprise that turns empty space into homes for people who want to volunteer. Since launching in 2011, Dot Dot Dot has grown to house hundreds of people across the country, employing a team of 30 at its office in the Olympic Park, and supporting its residents to give tens of thousands of hours to good causes. The ideas behind Dot Dot Dot came from work Katharine previously did as a journalist and an author. While working at the Sunday Times she became interested in waste and empty homes, the subject of her first book, FREE: Adventures on the Margins of a Wasteful Society. She is currently studying an Executive MBA at the University of Cambridge.