Knowledge Capital - Call for entries

Making places for education, innovation and health

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Francis Crick Institute © Chris Ansell

Zayed Centre for Research, Great Ormond Street Hospital © Stanton Williams

School of Management UCL

New London Architecture is inviting submissions of projects, initiatives and ideas that are supporting the transformation of London’s education and health sector, focusing on universities, colleges, campuses, research centres, incubators, innovation centres, hospitals, clinics, libraries and museums in London, the South East and East regions.

This call out forms part of Knowledge Capital: making places for education, innovation and health, a major NLA Research piece examining development in the education, research and health sectors, identifying the key districts of growth and the factors influencing and supporting their location. 

The Knowledge Capital Showcase will highlight exemplar schemes and ideas, with all selected submissions featuring in a major research publication, distributed to key policy makers, the NLA network, visiting delegations and Londoners.
The results launch in May, supported by an accompanying exhibition in the NLA Galleries at The Building Centre, WC1, from May – July 2018, alongside a series of supporting events.
Deadline for entries: Wednesday 14 February 2018, 5pm - Email regarding late submissions 


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Following NLA’s recent influential studies including London’s TownsLondon: Design Capital and WRK / LDN our current Research Paper Knowledge Capital will again engage at a strategic level to help shape future approaches to London’s health, education and research sectors. 

The study forms a core part of NLA’s year-round Education & Health programme, bringing together key policy makers and organisations to discuss, debate and share best practice on supporting growth in London’s education and health sectors.

We are looking for a select number of organisations to get involved through championing and supporting this Research Paper. 

For more information contact Aurelia Amanitis or call 020 7636 4044.

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