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Scotland: Enabling a Green Future – Thursday 4 February 10.00-11.30am

Scotland: Enabling a Green Future

10:00 am

Online Event

The London Real Estate Forum Investment Summit is an industry-critical briefing examining the state of the market and opportunities to drive growth in London, and across the UK.

In daily live webinars throughout the week (1 – 4 February), leading economists will discuss the year ahead, sharing intelligence around the impact of the crisis and new economic policies.

Government, city, and regional leaders will share their latest plans, present strategies for growth and explore how we can work together to drive recovery create a sustainable future.

With COVID-19, Brexit and the climate change agenda cities are facing huge challenges, both social and economic, as they look to drive change and build future resilience.

What are the global, regional, and local conditions we should be aware of? How can we enable the investment that we need to drive economic recovery? What will be the key areas for opportunity in 2021?

How is Scotland driving forward its knowledge economy as it aims to reach net carbon zero?

Scotland: Enabling a Green Future, Thursday 4 February 2021, 10:00-11:30 session with Anna Stamp, Interim Programme Director, Edinburgh BioQuarter on the panel.  

In this session, Katrine Feldinger, Deputy Director of the recently constituted Scottish National Investment Bank, will give an opening briefing to share Scotland’s economic growth strategy, its ambitious plans in the drive to net zero and how Scottish Government, cities and regional stakeholders are enabling a transformational investment agenda in the lead up to COP26.


The panel will discuss and take questions on how investment and real estate sectors are responding.

Dr Martin Valenti, Head of Climate Enterprise, Scottish Enterprise (Chair)
Katrine Feldinger, Deputy Director, Scottish National Investment Bank (Shareholding and Investment)
Anna Stamp, Interim Programme Director, Edinburgh BioQuarter