Knowledge Capital: London’s health and education estates

Thursday 10 May 2018


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

Book here: Tickets £169+VAT - Members free Go!

St Mary's Hospital Outpatients Building © Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Kings College London Strand Campus © John Robertson Architects

LSE © Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners

St Marys Hospital Outpatients © Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Half-day conference, exploring the transformation of London’s education and health estate, major campus expansions, relocations and reconfigurations.

What does the campus of the future look like? What effect is the need for greater collaboration and mix of functions having on the design and delivery of estates across London? Where are major new districts and hubs emerging? What is driving the location of these districts, and what role do they play in the wider development and delivery of these areas in terms of housing, workspace and culture? 
Hear from key stakeholders as we explore the future of health and education spaces and places in London. 


Part of the NLA’s Education & Health Programme

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Professor Alan Penn, Dean of Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London 
Sara Grohmann, Partner, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios 

Jenny Hancock, Creative Director, The Howard de Walden Estate
Sarah Haywood, Chief Executive Officer, MedCity 
David Lewis,
Partner, NBBJ 
Ralph Luck, Real Estate Development Director, ‎King's College London
Dr Patricia Martin del Guayo, Architect, Shepheard Epstein Hunter
Juliette Morgan, Head of Campus - Regent’s Place, British Land
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)
Rob Partridge, Director, AKT II 
Julian Robinson, Estates Director, LSE 
Nicola Theron​,
Local Area Director, Community Health Partnerships 


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Ticket Cost £169 +VAT - Click here to book

NLA members and partners are entitled to free and discounted tickets at NLA half-day conferences. If you are a member or partner and are unsure how to make use of your membership in this way or you would like to become a member and discuss membership options, please contact Aurelia Amanitis or call 0207 636 4044.

If you experience any issues whilst making a booking please contact Corinne Stone or call 020 7636 4044.

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