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Book now for this year’s HE Estates forum at the Belfry

THIS year’s HE Estates forum (HE) takes place on 21-22 June at the Belfry Hotel, Warwickshire, home of one of the world’s most iconic golf courses where many thrilling Ryder Cup matches between Europe and the USA have been played out.

The Forum offers built-environment professionals the chance to learn at first-hand what’s really happening in the university estates world. It really is the perfect opportunity for building owners and suppliers, architects, and contractors to exchange ideas and develop their supply chain options in a highly business-efficient environment.

As well as the structured business meetings, the Forum hosts three seminars, which are open for all to attend. The theme of this year’s seminars is: The challenges HE faces delivering future estates and facilities.

Topics we will be looking at include How UK universities are demonstrating improved sustainability; Research and science laboratory development; Student accommodation; and how can building design impact on student mental health across campus.

Each presentation will be packed with insightful case studies that offer practical and hard-won wisdom from leading professionals.

The HE Estates Forum is an annual event. It is award nominated and attracts a wide range of university estates and facilities professionals, colleges, architects, contractors, M & E’s, campus, and student accommodation developers all working on existing higher education building projects.

What is the format?

The forum takes place over one and a half days on 21-22 June at Wisham, Warwickshire in the world-famous Belfry Hotel.

The format is a unique combination of seminars, 1-2-1 meetings and engaging networking and social interaction which provide inspiring platforms to create communities that share best practice and build business relationships.

Why attend?

  • Complimentary accommodation in 4* hotel for 1-2 nights
  • Extensive networking with your peers and potential clients
  • Seminars presented by leading sector professionals
  • 1-2-1 personally selected meetings with innovative suppliers and service providers
  • Gala dinner and drinks receptions
  • Directory profile with all contact details of

Attending delegates

To see a video about how the forum works go to www.hee-forum.co.uk. This also shows testimonials from past delegates.

Places are reserved for university, college and HE Estates heads, project managers, contractors, architects who are working on existing campus build projects.

As a project delegate, your complimentary place includes 1-2 nights’ executive accommodation, including all receptions, meals and refreshments at the 4* hotel.

To register now for one of our few complimentary delegate places at the HE Estates forum, or learn more about the event, contact: Sue Ramcharan, Senior Speaker & Delegate Coordinator: [email protected] or Georgie Smith, Delegate Coordinator, [email protected] 

Tel: 0208 288 1080 

Register TODAY as complimentary places are limited and book up quickly.

Comments from previous HE Estates Forum attendees

A great event as usual, full of energy and a great chance to meet people and expand your network. Qoda

Great atmosphere and opportunities to network. University of Kent

This was my first Stable event, I thought it was excellent and very impressed with the team on the ground, friendly, professional and nothing was too much trouble. University of Warwick

The HE Estates Forum is a pretty unique format that does seem to work terrifically. Space Asset Services Ltd

A great conference - coming away more knowledgeable about the sustainability element of new builds and refurbishment projects. Met some very interesting people, with an improved contact base for the future. Greater Cambridge Partnership

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