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Join us at the HE estates forum this May!

We are delighted to announce the HE estates forum will be taking place at the historic Belfry Hotel on the 23rd & 24th May 2024.


The event is a must attend event for those involved in the design, build and management of higher education buildings and estates. The theme for this year is ‘Reinventing the estate to elevate student experience’.


Topics will include;

  • Optimising university estates to maximise student experience and enrolment,
  • Levelling up – accessibility and the university estate,
  • Collaboration with community, councils and university estates to achieve sustainability.
  • Retrofitting heritage university estates
  • Designing for health and wellbeing of students and tutors on campus
  • Learning management systems and AI
  • Lifelong learning and upskilling opportunities
  • Future of education in a working- from- home environment, sustainability, multi-functional spaces


To Join our speaker line up please send a proposal to [email protected].

See you in the green! We’re also exited to be hosting another popular golf day, taking pace on the famous PGA course (22nd May). If you’d like to be involved, get in touch with us!

Registration for the event is now open:

For more information visit our website or call 0208 288 1080 and Niamh will be pleased to answer any of your questions.

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