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digital forum

20 June - Join changemakers and leaders paving the way for a revolution in how we manage our environment and its supporting infrastructure in an evolving world.

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What is the digital forum?

The Digital Forum is a networking event series for innovative leaders to discuss ways to improve public services. We focus on sharing insights and lessons from successful projects that are changing how we deliver services, making them more user-friendly, adaptable, and effective. Our goal is to foster collaboration among those leading projects that prioritise standards and user needs.

If you’re committed to transforming public service delivery and work in central government, local authorities, or the private and non-profit sectors, we invite you to join us!

join us in June

Our next event will explore how the current approaches to planning, constructing and operating our built/natural environment need to change to achieve net zero and address the housing shortage while sustaining growth.

Together with innovators across energy, transport, housing, planning and the natural environment, we’ll discuss how the sector is pivoting towards delivering net zero emissions, adapting to climate change and fostering economic growth. 

As a new generation of innovators is building on open-source, agile and user-centred digital methods to drive change, we will discuss key questions:

  • Infrastructure is known for being a waterfall process - can infrastructure be agile? How are you using digital, data, design and tech to do this?
  • What is the next step/opportunity in your sector to achieve better outcomes through digital?
  • How are we collaborating across the sector - what more can we do?

Joining us for the evening is an line-up of four fantastic speakers to share their insights:

  • Nikki Kesharaju, Senior Decarbonisation Strategy Manager at National Grid
  • Marco Picardi, Planning and Policy Team Leader at Department of Transport   
  • Jeremy Gould, Director of Digital at Homes England
  • Rachel Fisher, Deputy Director Land Use Policy at Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 
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Register for our June Digital Forum here. Don't miss out!