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Designplus Network Seminar - 'Building with Waste

Recycled Materials for Design and Build

Designplus would like to invite you to our next network seminar:

Specifying recycled materials for construction, design and build is often seen as an expensive and unfamiliar option. This half-day event will demystify the use of waste in buildings and will feature speakers from industry, government and research. There will also be a chance to view the Creative Resource collection of current innovative recycled building materials.

Speakers will include:

• Jakki Dehn M.des.RCA
An internationally recognised specialist in recycled and sustainable materials; Project Director of Creative Resource
• Jim Roddis
Professor of Design, Head of Applied Research, Co Director Cultural Research Institute, Sheffield Hallam University
• Jim Wiltshire
Project Manager, Procurement Programme, WRAP
• Susan Venner BSc Hons UCL RIBA
Architect and Sustainable Development Consultant

RSVP: To register for this event, please contact the Designplus office and request a booking form


Jakki Dehn | talks
Jim Roddis | talks
Jim Wiltshire | talks
Susan Venner | talks


Date and Time:

31 October 2005 at 1:30 pm


4 hours



The Building Centre
Store Street
Off Tottenham Court Road

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£90 Designplus members; £100 non-members

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