Beyond CIRCuIT: Towards London’s Circular Construction Coalition/

Organiser: ReLondon

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19 October, 2023




United Kingdom




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Join the CIRCuIT project team during #CEweek2023 for a panel discussion and networking event  as we explore circular construction in London.

Beyond CIRCuIT: Towards London’s Circular Construction Coalition

Join the CIRCuIT project team during Circular Economy Week 2023 for a panel discussion and informal industry networking as we delve into the future of circular construction in London.

Taking place at Sustainable Ventures – a newly renovated, circular workspace for climate tech innovators in London’s iconic County Hall - this in-person event will celebrate the biggest wins and learnings from CIRCuIT (Circular Construction in Regenerative Cities), discuss how we will embed these into future projects and share our vision for the future of circular construction in London.

Date and time: Thursday 19th October 2023 from 16:30-17:30, followed by informal networking with drinks and nibbles until 20:00 BST

Location: Sustainable Ventures, County Hall, Belvedere Road, London SE1 7PB (Find us on the 5th floor – entrance on Belvedere Road.)

Speakers to be announced shortly, and full agenda to follow.

This event is free to attend, however spaces are limited at the venue so be sure to register to secure your spot today

Why join us?

You’ll have the opportunity to connect with industry experts who are passionate about transforming the way we build. Through engaging discussions, we will explore how we can implement the CIRCuIT learnings forward to catapult the future of circular construction in London.

Don’t miss this chance to network, share ideas, and contribute to the formation of London’s Circular Construction Coalition – a new programme to enhance the collaboration between London’s 33 local authorities and the Greater London Authority to accelerate the shift towards a circular built environment. Find out more about London’s Circular Construction Coalition.

Together, let’s shape the future of construction and create a more sustainable built environment.

Who should attend?

Any built environment stakeholder interested in circular construction, including but not limited to: investors, developers, local authorities, designers, advisory services, contractors, and product manufacturers.



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