This React News webinar will unpack the key characteristics of more and less successful approaches so far.
• What are the most effective approaches and strategies we’ve seen from both lenders and developers, versus what are the least effective (or most problematic)?
• Evaluating the factors causing the residential sector to fall behind the commercial sector in sustainable development
• Assessing the role and importance of lender, developer, investor and owner/occupier engagement
• As we near FHS/MEES implementation, more will be demanded of developers and lenders in terms of data, metrics, risk management and governance: how can sustainability credentials be standardised in the future? What does the roadmap/timeframe look like?
The panel will explore views from lenders, developers and industry associations.
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Précis Capital Partners
Daljit Sandhu is the co-founder and former
COO of Urban Exposure, building the company over nearly two decades into
the UK’s leading residential development financer, and extending over £1.7bn in development finance and £3bn in real estate finance overall.
Daljit has overall responsibility for operations – including people management, systems
and processes, office management, marketing, IT and Governance. She looks after technology and digital transformation, successful seed investor in proptech, fintech, healthtech, entertainment tech, data
and AI companies.
She completed an executive programme with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in fintech, and the Oxford University Venture Finance Programme. She is a regular attendee in the world’s leading tech industry conferences. Daljit holds a BA (Hons) in Business and Media from Middlesex University.
Responsible investment director, Delancey
Robert Jenkins leads Delancey’s responsible investment strategy. Since 2013 he has overseen commitments to meet all regulatory and compliance requirements and integrate sustainability and environmental initiatives
into the business.
Joining Delancey in 2004 to asset manage office and industrial assets, Robert widened his experience to work in the retail, education, hotel and residential sectors. One of his major areas of focus has been supporting Get Living, the UK’s leading build-to-rent operator of large-scale neighbourhoods.
Prior to joining Delancey, Robert spent five years at Green Property UK as a Director in the asset management team focusing on a £600m South East England office and industrial portfolio. As well as managing the investment portfolio, he was involved in portfolio acquisitions, joint venture agreements and development projects.
Before joining Green Property, Robert four years at Nelson Bakewell in corporate property and professional services.
Robert graduated from Kingston Polytechnic with an Honours degree in estate management, and is a member of RICS.
Managing director, ESG finance and structuring, Lloyds
David is the managing director, ESG finance and structuring, leading the
team to support clients across all sectors with a turnover in excess of £100m, drawing on his extensive experience within a sustainable finance context.
He represents Lloyds on a number of industry forums, among them the Loan Market Association’s ESG Committee, and the UK Green Building Council’s Member Advisory Group.
He has a specialism in the built environment and is currently both a lecturer (University of West of England) and student (University of Cambridge)
in this area.
David is a qualified corporate treasurer (AMCT), Associate of the Chartered Institute of Securities & Investments (ASCI) and his interest in sustainability traces back
to obtaining a 1st class degree in economics and international development
at the University of Bath.
CCO, Longevity Partners
Louise Ellison was appointed as Longevity Partners’ global chief commercial officer in 2021, where she leads the development of tailored programmes helping clients achieve their current and future ESG and climate goals.
Louise is recognised as a leader in the world of sustainable real estate. She has many years’ experience in industry and has served on a range of boards and committees, including eight years as chair of the Better Buildings Partnership.