Join Place North West, Sheppard Robson, Hill Dickinson and Manchester Science Partnerships at this special conference on 20 May dedicated to the increasing role of universities in the growth of cities.
See agenda below
- Alex Beedle, director of capital projects and estates strategy, University of Liverpool – 23,000 students and 5,600 staff, estates programme includes new halls at Greenbank and £37m Materials Innovation Factory
- Chris Roberts, development director, Bruntwood and Manchester Science Partnerships – MSP is a public-private partnership and the UK's largest science park operator, providing environments for innovation to flourish in biomedical, ICT, industrial technologies, and digital/creative sectors, from start-ups to EU HQs
- Henry Gun-Why, director of estates and facilities, University of Wolverhampton – currently undertaking extensive estate rationalisation including consolidation and relocation to new buildings
- Chris Musson, chief executive, Liverpool Science Park – offers 120,000 sq ft of high-specification office accommodation and commercial laboratory space in the heart of Liverpool's Knowledge Quarter
- Kerrie Norman, director, Flinders Chase – procurement consultancy working nationally on capital projects in the education sector
- Helen Wilding, deputy director, science and business policy, New Economy Manchester – economic advisory body to 'Manchester Family' including 10 Greater Manchester authorities and Midas
- Alan Pugh, partner, Hill Dickinson – providing solutions-orientated legal advice to universities, colleges, schools, local authorities, educational charities and spin-out companies
- Rupert Goddard, partner, Sheppard Robson – producing award-winning educational design since 1938 with Churchill College, Cambridge. The practice continues to develop cutting-edge design for schools, colleges, councils and universities across the UK, creating a range of residential, learning and teaching environments that are supportive and inspiring for practitioners and students alike
This is a half-day event due to take place at the Citylabs 1.0 science workspace on Oxford Road Manchester completed in autumn 2014.
There will be a mixture of presentations, case study analysis and panel debate. Anyone interested in the building for education sector and the rise of higher education institutions on the economic landscape should find this an afternoon well spent.
The event is due to begin at 2pm and close at 5pm on Wednesday 20 May 2015. Tickets are priced at £65+VAT.
2pm Registration, networking, refreshments
Rupert Goddard, Sheppard Robson – Space, Place & Brand; How Education can make Regeneration Work
Helen Wilding, New Economy – Shaping Policies that Underpin Universities and City Growth Priorities
Panel joined by Chris Musson, Liverpool Science Park, linking knowledge quarters with city centres
Case study: Henry Gun-Why, University of Wolverhampton – Taking the Role of Anchor in Regeneration
Kerrie Norman, Flinders Chase – How Universities are Working with Schools and Colleges to meet Regeneration Priorities and Attract Students
Development debate with Chris Roberts, Bruntwood and Manchester Science Partnerships; Alex Beedle, University of Liverpool; and Alan Pugh, Hill Dickinson
5pm Close networking drinks
Universities as Regenerators is organised by Place North West and Active Profile.