Russell Andrews, Director of Education and Planning at Partnership for Schools will give a keynote address at NLA's forthcoming half-day conference that looks at the future of the school building programme in London.
The session will bring together some of the leading players in the industry to see how the government is tackling the debacle over the management of the BSF programme in London as well as looking at opportunities over the next few years, how we safeguard design standards and what impact the government's zero-carbon targets are set to have.
Book early to secure your place!
THE FUTURE OF THE SCHOOL BUILDING PROGRAMME IN LONDON
Part of the NLA Education series
Thursday 8 October, 8.45am to 1.15pm (Registration from 8.15am)
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Russell Andrews, Director of Education and Planning, Partnership for Schools
Dr Noble Francis, Economics Director, Construction Products Association;
Monica Cross, Principal, St Matthew’s Academy, Greenwich;
Dominic Cullinan, Client Design Advisor;
Robin Nicholson CBE, Chair of the Zero Carbon Task Force, Edward Cullinan Architects;
Amir Ramezani, Avanti;
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture;
Ed Dorrell, Times Educational Supplement (Chair)
Ticket Price: £149 + VAT
Full details and booking at: http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/event.php?id=48