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UKGBC takes the health and wellbeing of its staff and event attendees extremely seriously. Given the WHO declaration that Coronavirus is a global pandemic, UKGBC is monitoring the situation closely and adapting our ways of working to mitigate the risk to staff, members and wider stakeholders. After careful consideration, we have decided to avoid any potential risk posed by people gathering at events by moving all of our upcoming events and courses to online formats. All those who have signed up will receive an email confirming the new details and access link. If you have any questions, please contact events@UKGBC.org

COURSE: Resource Pack Series 2020

Here at the UKGBC we have been bringing together a wealth of knowledge on sustainability in the built environment for more than a decade. We have published policy statements, written [&helli...

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COURSE: Change Accelerator 2020

The Change Accelerator programme brings together experienced business leaders from across the built environment who would like to lead transformational change in their businesses.

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EVENT: Open Connect and Network Session

During our FY2020-21 open webinar session in May, UKGBC discussed the ways in which we are planning to deliver impact through this time of crisis. This follow up session is […]

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COURSE: Future Leaders 2021

UKGBC’s Future Leaders programme brings together ambitious, high-potential professionals from across industry to take part in a unique programme of leadership and innovation.

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Sign up to our e-Learning programme:

‘Sustainability Essentials’

Through our 1 hour easy to follow and interactive online module, learn the basics of sustainability in the built environment and how businesses are responding to meet the challenges we face.

Sign up to our ‘Course Mail’ series:

bite-size learning on sustainability in the built environment

Course Mail is on-demand learning, accessible anywhere, on key topics you need to learn about sustainability and the built environment in weekly easy-to-read emails.