Commercial Heritage Buildings and Sustainability Forum - Part 1(a)





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Thursday 18 November 2010

Heritage buildings in a green commercial market
Commercial buildings and climate change
Natalie Wilde, Director Program Management, Office of Climate Change, Department of Environment and Resource Management, and Lindsay Walker, Director Regulatory Reform Building Codes Queensland, Department of Infrastructure and Planning will summarise the issues and opportunities and discuss the Queensland Government's policy and regulatory response. Discussion will include:
-- climate change and how it influences building regulation and policy
-- an overview of current policy and regulation in commercial buildings at the state and national level
-- identifying opportunities that exist, both regulation and nonregulation, for improving the ability for commercial buildings to respond to climate change.

Sustainable development and heritage values
Lynne Armitage, Assoc Prof of Urban Development, Mirvac School of Sustainable Development, Bond University will review trends in sustainable development from a research perspective and the potential impacts on commercial heritage.
-- What we know from existing studies of the impact of heritage listing on property value
-- What is emerging regarding the impact of sustainability on commercial property value
-- How the combination of heritage listing and sustainability is likely to impact on value.

Green trends in commercial buildingsā€”real or greenwash?
Haico Schepers, Senior Associate, Arup will discuss what the market is demanding, with a particular focus on 39 Hunter Street, Sydney.
-- current market demands
-- 39 Hunter Street Sydney was the first refurbished heritage-listed office building in Australia to achieve a 6 Star Green Star rating
-- broader precinct-wide sustainability considerations.



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