16 October 2018 8:15am – 9:45am

London is a world-class hub for higher education but is the infrastructure that underpins this – teaching facilities and student accommodation – starting to fall behind? Is London failing to deliver the facilities students expect and what impact is this having on London’s attractiveness as a place to study? 

Join us for a roundtable discussion to consider how, through greater collaboration between the high education sector, the private sector and London government, these issues can be addressed. Short presentations will be given by Dr Ghazwa Alwani-Starr, Director of Property and Facilities Management at University of London and Nick Hayes, Group Property Director at Unite Students before a opening up a wider discussion. 

Invitation only

For more information email: lfevents@londonfirst.co.uk