Decarbonising Government Property

Thursday 25th November 2021

Theatre :  Built Environment and Transport  Public Sector  Retrofitting 


The public estate consists of over 300,000 properties and is valued at over £500bn. It offers an essential platform for the delivery of public services and can play a significant role in reaching Net Zero emissions by 2050.

The session will show how the Government Property Function is developing strategies, guidance and delivery arrangements to drive forward the decarbonisation of the central government estate.

The presentations will focus on systematic approaches to decarbonisation which can be implemented across a diverse range of portfolios such as the office and healthcare estate and include:

  • NHS
    Accelerating toward a NZC NHS Estate
    Presenter: Ayse Gungor
  • GPA (Government Property Agency)
    Retrofitting Net Zero to the Government Property Portfolio
    Presenters: Louisa Le Roux and Annabel Clark
  • OGP (Office of Government Property)
    Presenting the Net Zero Estate Playbook
    Presenter: Stuart Burrows
Annabel Clark, Regional Director, Sustainability at Faithful+GouldAnnabel Clark Regional Director, Sustainability
Ayse Gungor, Net Zero Policy and Delivery Manager, Greener NHS TeamAyse Gungor Net Zero Policy and Delivery Manager, Greener NHS Team
NHS England & NHS Improvement
Louisa Le Roux - Net Zero Offices Programme Manager, Government Property AgencyLouisa Le Roux Net Zero Offices Programme Manager
Government Property Agency
Stuart Burrows, Programme Director, Sustainability & Asset Performance, Office of Government PropertyStuart Burrows Programme Director, Sustainability & Asset Performance
Office of Government Property (OGP)

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