The Big Stage 2023

Maja Højgaard will talk about Future's Brøndby Beach and about urban renewal with a focus on climate, environment and community. With the ambitious urban development project, Maja Højgaard has come very close to the many challenges and opportunities that innovative urban renewal opens up.  Read more

Mette Quist talks about how important it is that we get framework conditions that make green conversion easier and long-term, and that we also get to develop solutions at eye level for the smaller property owners. Read more

As market and design manager at Lendager Group, Denmark's leading sustainable design studio, Niklas Nolsøe has made it his specialty to always think in terms of recycled building materials in construction or renovation projects. The aim is nothing less than to rethink architecture and revolutionize the way we build. Read more

Lars Bloch is the man who has been at the helm of some of Denmark's most exciting and innovative urban development projects in the past ten years. Today he will share his vast knowledge and give a look into how Jernbanebyen, as one of the first districts to be DGNB-certified at both area and building level.Read more

Facility Management (FM) is an area in rapid development, and Helle Lohmann Rasmussen will explain why FM is an important player in the green transition, social sustainability and future working life. Read more

The presentation is about why building automation plays a central role in relation to the economically sustainable agenda and includes e.g. the role of building automation in connection with the latest and upcoming authority requirements for both new and older buildings. Read more

Be inspired to look into a brighter future where we embrace the circular economy in the design of new and renovated properties. Read more

Lone Hedegaard Mortensen will tell and make the listener smarter about sustainability in construction, the meaning of the new LCA requirement, as well as what it means for the construction and property industry. Read more

Every year, close to 500,000 square meters of small sheds and social spaces are built in Danish housing complexes. Therefore, it is a good place to get started with recycled materials on a large scale. At the same time, there are great opportunities in expanding people's awareness of what sheds can actually be - both in a social, functional and aesthetic sense. Read more

Richard P. Blundell, CEO of FaunaPhotonics, to share his insights as a front runner of the rapidly increasing recognition of the need for monitoring biodiversity. Starting from the 1st of January 2024, organizations with activities in the EU are obliged to collect, process and report data on biodiversity conditions. Furthermore, they are obliged to detail their strategies for mitigating biodiversity loss. What does this mean in practice? Read more

Public housing is one of the keys to the successful mixed and climate-friendly city. Unfortunately, finances and legislation often stand in the way. A strengthened interaction between the housing companies, the municipalities and the private developers can create new and much-needed synergy and at the same time allow public housing to be included as a natural part of the transformation of industry and cultural heritage. Read more

Construction is the world's largest end market for chemicals. This makes it difficult to reuse building materials when you do not know what they contain. A materials passport is now on the way, which will show what the building materials that property developers purchase contain. Anna Mette Monnelly, who is one of the key people behind the development of the Material Passport, talks at the Property Fair about how it will work in practice. Read more

Proptech is booming, but only about half of Danish real estate companies have a digital strategy. Here, Michael Ambjørn gives an introduction to Danish proptech and why the new technology is also important for your business. Read more

The future is knocking in Brøndby. Hear secretariat manager Lise Juul Madsen from Brøndby Municipality talk about the exciting process in which Team Cobe in 2022 won the major competition for a comprehensive development plan for Brøndby Strand, where the municipality and private actors and investors must together take on the big task. Read more