Knowledge Capital: spaces for health

Friday 22 June 2018


NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London, WC1E 7BT

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UCLH Phase 5 © Pilbrow & Partners

A detailed focus on current and future transformations in medical and health facilities in London. Hear from key stakeholders on updates to major institutions across the capital, exploring the complex and detailed design necessary to create successful, safe and sustainably facilities for the future of the capital’s health sector.

Lunchtime talk as part of NLA’s Knowledge Capital series, exploring the transformation of the education, health and knowledge sectors in London and the wider South East. 


Part of the NLA’s Education & Health Programme

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Dan Doris, Regeneration Programme Manager - Major Projects, London Borough of Sutton
Oana Gavriliu,
 Senior Architect, BDP
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Archiecture (chair)
Dr Olivia Rossanese, 
Head of Biology, Division of Cancer Therapeutics, The Institute of Cancer Research
Sam Yousif,
Founding Partner, Pilbrow & Partners

Further speakers to be announced...

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Tickets to this event are free. Register here

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