Development in London’s education and medical buildings
London is uniquely positioned within the Golden Triangle, the region that connects the capital to Oxford and Cambridge. Together this area is home to the greatest bioscience cluster in Europe and home to five world leading universities. With a strong and growing knowledge economy sector, how do we make sure we plan and design the right spaces for high tech, life sciences and innovation that will lead the UK economic recovery in the future years?
With the fast changing healthcare sector, also due to the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, what are the key priorities to deliver healthcare buildings that showcase best practice in design, health and adaptability?
And with the education sector also heavily disrupted by the pandemic, with online learning becoming the new norm - albeit temporarily - how will schools re-think thier spaces to maximise the learning experience for pupils?
This year-round programme brings together the built environment sector to discuss the future needs of the education, healthcare and knowledge economy sector.
- Knowledge clusters, higher education, labs, life sciences and spin offs
- Schools and colleges
- Healthcare facilities
PROPOSED UPCOMING ACTIVITY
- Science & Tech Expert Panel, August 2020
- Healthcare Expert Panel, September 2020
- The future of University Estates webinar, September 2020
2020 – Knowledge Networks, Think Tank
2019 – ‘Best in Class? Learning from School Design in London’, Breakfast Talk
2018 – Knowledge Capital: spaces for innovation, Lunchtime Talk
2018 – Knowledge Capital: spaces for health, Lunchtime Talk
2018 – Knowledge Capital: London’s health and education estates, Half-Day Conference
2018 – VeloCity: connecting Cambridge and Oxford, Lunchtime Talk
EXHIBITIONS AND RESEARCH
2018 – Knowledge Capital: making places for innovation, Education and Health
2014 – Fit City
2005 – Capital Health: London’s New Healthcare Estate,
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