Real Estate can play an important role in reducing the worldwide energy consumption. For that, we would have to move to green buildings massively. The question is if this is also financially a good idea.
During this symposium "Green Buildings: better performance?!" to be held June 22 in Leuven we will answer the question if building green is really a good idea from a financial standpoint. The guest speakers we may welcome are Professor Piet Eichholtz of Maastricht University, Charly Wittock of the AWAA and Geert De Bruyn from Cenergie. The president of the symposium is Walter Hens, former CEO of Segro Continental Europe.
This symposium is an organization of the Centre for Permanent Education of the K.U.Leuven Campus of Kortrijk, with support of Vanhout nv and Quares. All information about this symposium can be found on www.kuleuven-kortrijk.be/vastgoedkunde.
The centre of Permanent Education of the Catholic University of Leuven Campus Kortrijk organizes since 1995 annually the postgraduate education in real estate. It is a multidisciplinary program in which about 40 lecturers contribute with respect to the content. The program is initially set up out of the target group itself. The Postgraduate in Real Estate is the base of a RICS (Royal Institution of Charterd Surveyors) certified education.
Lindsay Vandenameele, stafmedewerker - programmacoördinator
Dienst Postacademische Vorming
K.U.Leuven Campus Kortrijk
E. Sabbelaan 53 - 8500 Kortrijk
Tel 056 24 61 87 - Fax 056 24 69 98
Source: Catholic University of Leuven Campus Kortrijk