Wednesday 24th September 2008
CBI Conference Centre, London, WC1A 1DU
“More local authorities could be able to join the [BSF] programme earlier than was previously possible”
(Tim Byles, Chief Executive, Partnerships for Schools 09/04/08)
Are you equipped to bid when new BSF schools are announced?
As the Government consults on changes to the selection criteria for the next waves of the BSF programme, architects need to know which schools will be announced to ensure bids are prepared and submitted on time.
Whether you’re an experienced stakeholder in a BSF project, or bidding on one of your first schools, you need to be up to speed on how the Government intends BSF to work in the future, how to keep costs down, and what end-users have said in post-completion analysis surveys, so you can equip
yourself to design schools of the highest quality.
Do you know what end-users really want from their school?
AJ’s 4th annual education conference, An Architect’s Guide to Building Schools for the Future, aims to help you learn what headteachers want from their schools, provide updates on the way forward for BSF, and offer leading edge inspiration and practical solutions for your designs. With contributions from experienced headteachers, top architects and established construction firms, you cannot afford to miss this event!
Justin Slater, Director of Programme and Policy, Partnerships for Schools
Dr Gill Eatough, Principal, Hadley Learning Community
Mark Kelly, Global Director of Education, Woods Bagot
Anthony Langan, Director of the Education Sector Focus Group, Aedas Architects
Valerie Bragg, Director, Faber Maunsell
Allan Jarvis, BSF Consultant, Bradford Metropolitan District Council
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