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3 April 2017
Arup, 8 Fitzroy Street London W1T 4BQ

Practical steps to improving the health and wellbeing in occupied commercial buildings

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How to improve health and wellbeing in your existing commercial property

The launch of the WELL Standard shows that there is an appetite among commercial property owners and tenants for improving the health and wellbeing of occupants. Examples from around the world demonstrate that healthier buildings can improve the productivity of staff while increasing the value of the building, making it more attractive to new and existing tenants. 

However, while the benefits of healthier buildings are understood, there is still a lack of understanding of how to implement health and wellbeing strategies and solutions, particularly in operational buildings.

This event will explore the health and wellbeing agenda from the landlord and tenant perspective and the challenges for implementation. Most importantly it will describe the practical steps owners and tenants can do to improve buildings within their existing budgets through improved thermal comfort, air quality, lighting and biophilia.

Event programme

Vist http://www.citiesconvention.com/healthy  for a detailed programme

Intended audience


  • Building owners
  • Asset managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Finance and HE Directors
  • Architects
  • Fit-out specialists

Why attend:

  • Understand the benefits and challenges health & wellbeing from the building owner and tenant perspective
  • Learn about the role of building performance modelling to improve health and wellbeing
  • Discover how the practical steps needed to improve the thermal comfort, lighting, air quality and general wellbeing through use of plants
  • Understand how the WELL Standard can be applied to existing buildings

For more information:
Seema Sheth
+44 (0) 1923 664547

Seema Sheth