Infrastructure & Projects Authority leads Net Zero Cities forum


'Transforming Infrastructure Performance: the Road Map to 2030' (Infrastructure & Projects Authority / HM Treasury)



We were delighted that the Head of the Commercial Adviser Team at the IPA, Stephen Dance opened our Net Zero Cities discussion this week. Joining Stephen Dance were contributors from Newcastle City Council, Grimshaw, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Stride Treglown, Cross River Partnership, Lambsquay Consulting of Cambridge and Bath University's School of Architecture & Engineering. Please read below part one of our report on the event.


The event looked at the importance of the place based approach to infrastructure development and how to balance our development and energy needs, while protecting the natural environment.


Explaining why the emphasis on place based approach is a vital part of the IPA's 'Road Map to 2030', Stephen said: