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Adapting to the Low Carbon Agenda
As target times for carbon reductions get closer, this fifth webinar in our 2020 MMC series will examine the contribution housing can make through high performing homes, energy management and data capture. We will be considering the ambition of Local Authorities in meeting the climate change agenda.

Panelists include Caroline Compton Compton-James, Deputy Chair of The Housing Forum and Director, Strategy and Communication, at Osborne; Kirsty Dunne, Group Sustainability Manager at Osborne; and John Murray, Senior Partner at Airey Miller.

We will be featuring practical examples, projects and methodologies where MMC and data capture come together to give sustainable solutions.

Dec 3, 2020 11:00 AM in London

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Caroline Compton-James
Director, Strategy and Communication - Construction @Osborne
Caroline is responsible for identifying, researching and developing responses to new initiatives and new strategic opportunities. She works across the wider Osborne organisation and with external organisations to implement these. In addition, Caroline is responsible for managing the cross functional activities in Osborne’s Construction business, such as business improvement, proposals, employment and skills and communication. Caroline’s interests extend beyond Housing to the wider Built Environment, and she is passionate about sharing knowledge across sectors. To support this, Caroline represents Osborne on the CBI’s London Regional Council where she contributes to the CBI policy debate on business and political issues. She is also Chair of CECA’s (The Civil Engineering Contractors Association) Public Affairs Group. Prior to joining Osborne, Caroline was a civil servant working on Construction Policy.
Kirsty Dunne
Group Sustainability Manager @Osborne
Kirsty works across the Osborne Group to implement our Sustainability Strategy - getting the balance right between people, planet and profit. She provides a supporting role to colleagues, helping improve their sustainability performance and knowledge. In addition, she reviews the sustainable performance of the business, including carbon emissions, waste production and social value, working to deliver improvements, meeting client requirements. Kirsty has brought her previous Osborne experience to the role, having worked in Health and Safety and Environment roles.
John Murray
Senior Partner/Director @Airey Miller
John Murray has over 25 years’ experience in the delivery of professional services in the housing sector and has been responsible for the successful delivery of many complex residential schemes, providing development consultancy services, coordinating regeneration bids, joint venture partnering advice brokering new opportunities for registered providers, local authorities and private developers. He is a Senior Partner/Director at Airey Miller – a multi-discipline consultancy practice specialising in the delivery in the delivery of affordable housing – handing over more than 1,200 dwellings to their customers per annum. As a member of 25 registered provider and local authority frameworks, including the LHC’s Off-site Project Integrator (OPI) framework, John’s team bring their wide-ranging knowledge and experience in the delivery of modern methods of construction to provide their clients with bespoke advice on the differing systems, their procurement, challenges, benefits and market cond