This lecture kickstarts the Future Plymouth 2030 webinar series 2 which will be exploring collaborative pathways to achieve low carbon, sustainable development in our city, and providing a platform for knowledge exchange and collaborative action.
- 18:00 - Introduction, University of Plymouth
- 18:05 - Lecture, Lynne Sullivan OBE RIBA
- 18:50 - Q&A session
- 19:15 - Drinks on the 2nd floor gallery
About the speaker
Lynne Sullivan is an Architect and founded sustainableBYdesign, finalists in all three 2010-12 BRE-sponsored UK Passivhaus prototype Competitions. Previously Lynne was Sustainability Director for nine years at Broadway Malyan, and for ten years Associate Director at ECD Architects where as Project Architect she won an RIBA Regional Design Award, and was co-author and winner of the UK’s first government-sponsored Zero CO2 housing competition.
Lynne is now a design consultant, Visiting Professor, and industry Board member; sits on local and national design commissions and review panels, and is an RIBA Competitions Design Advisor. She has authored and chairs many policy review and research projects for UK governments and others, including the Scottish Government’s Expert Panel for “A Low Carbon Building Standards Strategy for Scotland”, chairing several projects for Zero Carbon Hub including the Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality Task group and the Performance Gap Design group; two reviews of energy efficiency regulations for the Building Regulations Advisory Committee; and recently chairing the Buildings Mission 2030 Task group for the CLC’s Green Construction Board.
She was awarded an OBE for services to Architecture in 2011, is Chair of the Good Homes Alliance, and a member of the CLC’s Green Construction Board since its inception.