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Science and Innovation Parks Development Conference; Supported by UKSPA

Wednesday, 8th September 2021 0830hrs – 1600hrs

Kensington Town Hall, London, Hornton Street, W8 7NX | Hybrid Conference – Attend Physically or Virtually

Science and Innovation Parks are responsible for adding £74bn of GVA to the UK economy and investing in developing more of them shows no sign of abating in 2021 – and this event will look at the expansion of existing science parks and the creation of new ones across the UK.

We’ll examine the economic growth these will generate, the collaboration needed across the public and private sector to maximise the opportunities, and we’ll reveal the work opportunities for organisations to get involved in this thriving industry. Topics to be covered include:

  • Trends in the sector showing growth opportunities
  • BioCity’s plans to expand their 5 science parks
  • New Mission Street project coming to Edinburgh
  • £150m Shinfield Studios project
  • Several sites ready for investment in Newcastle
  • LUSEP’s 180 acre extension project
  • Best practice in design and development
  • Mission Street’s 100,000sq ft plans in Stevenage
  • Arlington’s major Refinery scheme in Hammersmith
  • £500m for the British film & creative industries
  • 5 million sq ft of new development at Harwell Campus
  • £45m multi-phase Owestry Innovation Park project
  • Approval for £500m Oxford North Life Science District

Speakers include:

Agenda and Programme:

08:30-09:00 Doors Open & Networking
09:00-09:15 Keynote Speaker

Our audience will hear from a sector figurehead who will help set the tone for the day ahead

09:15-10:15 Session One: How Science & Innovation Parks Will Lead The "Build Back, Better" Charge

As the UK recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic and forges a new way for itself post-Brexit, the UK government are placing special emphasis on supporting investment in the sector and is keen to unlock major growth through development. This session brings together industry figureheads to plot a way forward and discuss the types of development needed to supplement the UK’s new position in the world.

Chair: 3PM ; Speaker TBC

Greater Manchester LEP; Lou Cordwell, Chair

Surrey Research Park; Grant Bourhill, Chief Executive Officer

The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor; Linn Clabburn, Programme Director

UK Science Parks Association; John Leake, Director

10:15-10:45 Break and Networking
10:45-12:00 Session Two: Life Science Campuses Estates and Development Plans; Sponsored by CPC Project Services

With a target of being worth an extra £14bn to the UK economy in the next 5 years, there are a number of exciting development projects in the pipeline across the UK. This panel brings forward some of these projects and discusses the expertise and specialisms required to deliver them

Chair: CPC Project Services; Allen Beever, Partner, Head of Cost Management (HEST)

BioCity Group; Dr Glenn Crocker, Chairman

Edinburgh BioQuarter; Anna Stamp, Programme Director

Arlington; Daniel Pagella, Commercial Director

Thomas White Oxford; William Donger, Managing Director

12:00-12:45 Lunch and Networking
12:45-14:00 Session Three: How Do Science and Innovation Developments Shape Place and Economy?; Sponsored by Arcadis

A host of developers, public sector stakeholders and operators discuss how their development and investment strategy will impact the towns and cities that they exist within by sharing details outlining their future projects

Chair: Arcadis; Speaker TBC

University of Southampton Science Park; Jane Holt, Director

Harwell Campus; David Williams, Commercial Director

Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park; Paul Watson, Head of Property Office

Shropshire Council; Tracy Darke, Assistant Director Economy and Place

14:00-14:15 Break and Networking
14:15-15:30 Session Four: Delivering the Science & Innovation Parks of the Future – Major Development Plans; Sponsored by Buro Four

A group of developers and operators of sites across the UK showcase their forthcoming property projects via a series of high-level presentations and interactive Q&A.

Chair: Buro Four; Emily Slupek, Project Director & Science Sector Lead

Mission Street; Artem Korolev, Managing Director

Lincoln Science and Innovation Park; Tom Blount, Director

Bruntwood SciTech; Tom Renn, Managing Director

Newcastle City Council; Lynne Davies, Health and Life Science Lead

15:30-16:00 Conference Summary and Close

We’re set to have an exceptional line-up of speakers who’ll be sharing intel into their future development projects, plans and vision for across the innovation and science parks sector. Here’s an overview of the confirmed speakers:

Arlington – Daniel Pagella, Commercial Director

Arlington have been developing buildings for complex needs since the 1970’s and are involved in a host of interesting science and business park schemes currently. Their next project is the 123,000 sq ft Refinery which will be developed alongside Waterfront at Manbré Wharf in Hammersmith. Daniel joins the event to talk about their approach to delivering high security, science focused sites and what the future holds for their development pipeline.

Edinburgh BioQuarter – Anna Stamp, Programme Director

Edinburgh BioQuarter is already a leading global destination for healthcare delivery, ground breaking medical research and life sciences innovation and entrepreneurship. Their vision is a £1 billion transformation to create Edinburgh’s Health Innovation District, a new vibrant mixed-use neighbourhood, ultimately supporting a community of more than 20,000 people. BioQuarter will be known around the world as a key destination for health innovation focused on life sciences, data-driven innovation, medical teaching, research and healthcare delivery.

BioCity Group – Dr Glenn Crocker, Chairman

With five ever-growing bioscience parks dotted across the UK, no one understands the life sciences sector as much as Glenn. He joins the conference to talk about the latest plans for growth in Nottingham, Manchester and Glasgow as well as to provide exclusive technical insight into the ingredients needed to develop high quality health science related facilities.

Harwell Campus – David Williams, Commercial Director

Over the next 7 years the 700 acre Harwell campus is set to mature further with 5m sq ft of new development to accommodate more leading edge organisations and their world-class employees. David joins the event to outline their future projects and detail the types of companies they are working to attract to the site.

Buro Four – Emily Slupek, Project Director & Science Sector Lead

Emily leads Buro Four’s Science & Research sector and has significant experience in helping clients deliver complex projects. Her recent experience includes working with developers, funders and tenants to deliver major science developments at science parks at both Oxford and Cambridge.

Buro Four are an independent project management company with a an extensive track record of successfully delivering complex science and innovation projects across the UK for developers, funders and tenants alike. Having delivered major projects in key locations including Cambridge BioMedical Campus, Stevenage BioScience Campus, Manchester Oxford Road Corridor and Liverpool Knowledge Quarter, Buro Four has a valuable insight into the components required for the Science & Innovation Parks of the future.

Lincoln Science and Innovation Park – Tom Blount, Director

Lincoln Science Park is undertaking early-stage planning for four new major capital projects which will evolve their already highly successful ecosystem. Tom joins the event to detail the future of his park and their priority growth areas in the coming five years.

Greater Manchester LEP – Lou Cordwell, Chair

Lou is at the forefront of designing and developing a blueprint to create a cluster of science and innovation developments across the North West which will deliver 100,000 new jobs and close to £7bn worth of economic growth to the region. Plans include a four year £250m Greater Manchester Innovation Transformation Fund to attract and nurture science related businesses. Lou joins the conference to discuss this game changing idea.

Bruntwood SciTech – Tom Renn, Managing Director

Bruntwood are market leaders in the development of science and innovation property and places with world leading developments in both Manchester and West Midlands. Their next project is the £210m Health Innovation Campus in the Birmingham and they have recently invested £46m into Melbourn Science Park in Cambridge whereby they will work alongside Legal and General to develop a new masterplan for the 16.4 acre site.

University of Southampton Science Park – Jane Holt, Director

Bolstered by regional support from the council and an ambitious senior management team at the University of Southampton, Jane and her team are leading University of Southampton Science Park through an exciting period of growth. The latest development is an engineering centre. The state-of-the-art building will provide specialist laboratory facilities that will support a range of sectors such as eco-hydraulics, electronics, transport research, aerospace, energy, unmanned systems and a number of hydraulic flumes. Jane joins the event to talk about future plans and the wider role the park plays in economic growth.

Mission Street – Artem Korolev, Managing Director

Mission Street are a major mixed use property developer which aims to deliver sustained economic growth through projects focused on the scientific and knowledge economy sectors. They deliver laboratory and research space, alongside office, hospitality and residential space in order to anchor science and innovation facilities in the communities they operate. Artem will discuss their current schemes in the sector, including a 100,000 sq ft development at the Stevenage biosciences cluster and a new project in Edinburgh.

The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor – Linn Clabburn, Programme Director

The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor is one of Europe’s most exciting growth opportunities. Home to the people and businesses tackling the grand challenges facing humanity and shaping the future of food, energy, medicine and mobility. Linking two of the UK’s fastest-growing cities and world-leading research centres in Norwich and Cambridge, the Tech Corridor connects a network of development clusters and communities into a truly unique knowledge ecosystem. Linn will talk about how her organisation will be at the forefront of regeneration in the coming decade.

Surrey Research Park – Grant Bourhill, Chief Executive Officer

One of the UK’s most experience leaders in delivering complex science and innovation projects having delivering unprecedented growth at Leicester Science Park, Grant is set to lead the charge as Surrey Research Park evolves. As part of this event, he shares his thoughts on how the sector can spearhead UK growth ambitions and sets out his ideas for his new role.

 

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Newcastle City Council – Lynne Davies, Health and Life Science Lead

As a city, Newcastle is targeting economic growth through developing life science and innovation related schemes. With several sites ready to be brought forward. Lynne joins the event to deliver exclusive insight on their ambitions and detail potential collaboration opportunities for the built environment ecosystem.

Sci-Tech Daresbury – John Leake, Business Growth Director

As well as being on the senior leadership team at UKSPA, John sits on the Cheshire & Warrington LEP Science & Innovation Strategy Board and the Liverpool City Region LEP Digital & Creative Sector, and Investment Boards with the aim of helping each region develop science and innovation related schemes. His day to day role includes handling business development matters for Sci-Tech Daresbury which means he can deliver a full market perspective on future challenges and opportunities facing the sector.

Shropshire Council – Tracy Darke, Assistant Director Economy and Place

Tracy is part of the team responsible for delivering the new £45m Owestry Innovation Park in Shropshire which will be built over several phases until completion in 2024. The proposed development provides a variety of employment generating floorspace including office space, light industrial units, distribution premises, and a hotel and restaurant. She joins the event to talk at length about how science and innovation will influence future place strategy in the county.

Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park – Paul Watson, Head of Property Office

Paul is overseeing the team that will deliver a new 180-acre extension to Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park and will join the event to talk about the scheme and its wider impact on the regional economy, the high technology jobs it will create and how it factors in to Loughborough University’s bigger campus vision.

Built Environment Networking – Amanda Griffiths, Director

Amanda is one of the Co-Founder’s of Built Environment Networking – formed almost 10 years ago.

She’ll be hosting a number of the sessions throughout the day, running the days proceedings and managing the interaction between our virtual delegates and the speakers.

Amanda Coupland Director Built Environment Networking

Thomas White Oxford – William Donger, Managing Director

Oxford North by Thomas White Oxford- the development company of St John’s College- is the new £500m life sciences district for Oxford which will include 936,500 sq ft of new laboratories and workspaces for biomedical science, thousands of new homes, public parks and neighbourhood shops, to retain and attract global science research talent and help boost the local and national economy. The 64 acre masterplan will create 4500 new jobs and is to be delivered over numerous phases. As one of the biggest regeneration projects in the UK, William joins the event to unveil all about this momentous scheme.

Dardan Security – Guy Mathias, Strategic Adviser

Guy Mathias is a subject matter expert on Extremism. He directed counter extremist operations for the Research & Pharmaceutical sector during an unprecedented period of violence & intimidation. He has lectured on the threat of Extremism to academia, Police & UK Government bodies. A former Chair of the UK Pharmaceutical Industry Security Forum, Guy is currently Chair of The Security Commonwealth and in July 2020 was appointed by the Security Industry Authority’s Strategic Forum.

 

CPC Project Services – Allen Beever, Partner, Head of Cost Management (HEST)

Allen is a Partner at CPC Project Services, one of the leading Management Consultancies in the UK, who are delivering multiple projects within the life sciences sector.  With a background in cost management, Allen has over 18 years’ experience in delivering successful schemes by ensuring they have the right cost envelope from the outset, and are driving value throughout the design development and procurement phases.  Working with Universities, pharmaceutical conglomerates, institutions and  business parks, CPC are at the forefront of project managing today’s life sciences developments.

Arcadis – Speaker, TBC

More information to follow.

3PM – Speaker, TBC

More information to follow.

Associate your brand with the Science and Innovation Parks Conference and position your brand at the forefront of one of the UK’s biggest discussions and debates around the sector.

Package Exhibition Stand Chair/ Speaking Opportunity Tickets VIP Backstage Access Cost (+VAT)
Corporate Partner Yes Yes 15 Yes £7,500 View Details
Session One Partner: How Science & Innovation Parks Will Lead The "Build Back, Better" Charge Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,000 Sold Out
Session Two Partner: Life Science Campuses Estates and Development Plans Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,000 Sold Out
Session Three Partner: How Do Science and Innovation Developments Shape Place and Economy? Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,000 Sold Out
Session Four Partner: Delivering the Science & Innovation Parks of the Future – Major Development Plans Yes Yes 10 £5,000 Sold Out
Output Report Partner Yes 8 Yes £3,500 View Details
Best Practice Presentation Partner Yes Yes 7 Yes £3,000 View Details
Pre Conference Dinner 2 Yes £2,500 View Details
Programme Partner Yes 5 £2,000 View Details
Breakfast Partner Yes 5 £2,000 View Details
Lunch Partner Yes 5 £2,000 View Details
Email Partner Yes 5 £2,000 View Details
Exhibitor Packages Yes 4 Yes £1,500 View Details

We have various partnership packages available, including packages with speaking opportunities and huge exhibition space large enough to promote your business, allowing you to address your whole target audience for maximum brand awareness and impact. Our partnership packages will put you at the forefront of the industry discussion allowing you to be there, be active and be an expert within the construction and property sector, the future vision for the Midlands and the whole built environment industry.

Corporate Partner

£7,500+VAT

Be at the forefront of the conference with onstage branding, a 15-minute keynote speech to kickstart the conference, access to the VIP Speakers’ Room and much more. This package will elevate your brand and drive awareness, loyalty and trust in front of industry leaders. This is the ultimate package if you’re looking to be seen as a leading figure within the industry with branding within the title of the event – ‘Midlands Development Conference in association with YOUR BRAND’. Benefits include:

  • Position yourself alongside Built Environment Networking to shape the conference agenda and content to bring your strategic thinking to the conference, with the option to recommend speakers
  • Inclusion within pre-conference speaker communications including speaker briefing calls
  • Direct access before and after the sessions to the speakers and panellists; an excellent opportunity to establish rapport and build commercially rewarding relationships
  • Prime branding for the whole conference
  • One pull-up stand on stage for the entire conference
  • Option to do a Keynote speech
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Fifteen delegate passes for the conference
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to fifteen people per year
  • Access to the Speakers’ Green Room
  • Digital Media Branding: your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Print Media Branding: One full (A5) page advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual exhibition stand – to allow connectivity to hybrid/virtual event users

Session One Partner: How Science & Innovation Parks Will Lead The “Build Back, Better” Charge

Session Two Partner: Life Science Campuses Estates and Development Plans

Session Three Partner: How Do Science and Innovation Developments Shape Place and Economy?

Session Four Partner: Delivering the Science & Innovation Parks of the Future – Major Development Plans

Output Report Partner

£3,500+VAT

Our Output Report Partner opportunity puts you on the front cover of our after event Output Report – highlighting the key discussions during the day and giving you input into the report with branding and editorial input throughout the whole report, helping us to shape the agenda and output:

  • Prime Branding on the conference output report
  • Significant input into the structure and content of the report
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Eight delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to eight people per year
  • Post-Event Activation: Coverage on all after-event marketing activity regarding the output report
  • Digital Media Branding: your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Print Media Branding: One full (A5) page advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual exhibition stand – to allow connectivity to hybrid/virtual event users

Best Practice Presentation Partner

£3,000+VAT

This package enables you to speak at the conference – providing you an opportunity to deliver a thought leadership presentations and/or on-stage Q&A utilising our expert Chair. You’ll be able to position yourself as a though-leader and go-to-business in your sector in front of sector/regional stakeholders and influencers. Benefits include:

  • 15-minute timeslot before one of the main session to deliver a thought leadership presentation and/or Q&A session
  • Direct access before and after every session to the VIP speaker room, an excellent opportunity to establish rapport and build commercially rewarding relationships
  • Prime branding at the conference
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Additional pull-up stand on stage during your Best Practice session
  • 7 x delegate passes for the conference
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to ten people per year
  • Digital Media Branding: your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Print Media Branding: One full (A5) page advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech#
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference

Pre Conference Dinner

£2,500+VAT

The day before the event we’ll be hosting a Speaker and Sponsor VIP dinner – and this invite-only event offers a unique opportunity to network one-on-one with the industry’s leading figures. This partnership enables you to have prominent involvement and branding at the dinner with benefits including:

  • Speaking opportunity – with a 10-minute promotional talk at the VIP Dinner
  • 2 x pop-up banners at the conference dinner
  • Promotional material and literature placement on the dinner tables
  • 2 x VIP Dinner invite-only tickets for the meal
  • 2 x delegate passes for the conference
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to ten people per year
  • Access to the Speakers’ Green Room
  • Digital Media Branding: your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Logo on the evening dinner programme
  • Print media branding: A full-page advertisement in the dinner programme
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual exhibition stand – to allow connectivity to hybrid/virtual event users

Programme Partner

£2,000+VAT

Prominent branding on the front of our conference programme handed out to all delegates on entry to the conference. A great way of driving brand awareness and visibility in front of your primary audience. Benefits include:

  • Prime Branding on the cover of the conference programme
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Digital media branding – your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Print media branding: A full-page advertisement in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual exhibition stand – to allow connectivity to hybrid/virtual event users

Breakfast Partner

£2,000+VAT

A package to enable mass brand awareness and visibility during the busiest periods of the day. Becoming a partner would ensure branding is at the forefront of the breakfast period area along with additional marketing benefits including an exhibition stand and inclusion within all marketing material. Benefits include:

  • Prime branding in the physical breakfast area space for the duration of breakfast
  • 3 x pull-up banners in the refreshments area
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Print media branding: A half-page advertisement in the conference programme
  • Digital media branding – your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual exhibition stand – to allow connectivity to hybrid/virtual event users

Lunch Partner

£2,000+VAT

A package to enable mass brand awareness and visibility during the busiest periods of the day. Becoming a partner would ensure branding is at the forefront of the lunch period area along with additional marketing benefits including an exhibition stand and inclusion within all marketing material. Benefits include:

  • Prime branding in the physical lunch area space for the duration of breakfast
  • 3 x pull-up banners in the refreshments area
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Print media branding: A half-page advertisement in the conference programme
  • Digital media branding – your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual exhibition stand – to allow connectivity to hybrid/virtual event users

Email Partner

£2,000+VAT

A package to enable mass brand awareness and visibility during the busiest periods of the day. Becoming a partner would ensure branding is at the forefront of the lunch period area along with additional marketing benefits including an exhibition stand and inclusion within all marketing material. Benefits include:

  • Prime branding in the physical lunch area space for the duration of breakfast
  • 3 x pull-up banners in the refreshments area
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Print media branding: A half-page advertisement in the conference programme
  • Digital media branding – your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual exhibition stand – to allow connectivity to hybrid/virtual event users

Registration Partner

£1,750+VAT

Sponsorship of the registration area – the delegate entry point to the conference. Benefits include:

  • Branding of the registration table/table cloth (supplied by the sponsor)
  • 2 x pull-up banners in the registration area
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Print media branding: A half-page advertisement in the conference programme
  • Digital media branding – your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual exhibition stand – to allow connectivity to hybrid/virtual event users

Exhibitor Package

£1,500+VAT

If you’re looking for access to the event and a space to hold meetings and showcase your services, our Exhibitor Partner package is perfect. There is no limit to the exhibition space enabling you to simply drive brand awareness through a standard exhibition package or bring excitement to the room with the ability to take exhibition space to stand out from the crowd. Benefits include:

  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • 4 x delegate passes
  • Digital media branding – your logo appears prominently at the top of the event website, reminders and promotional emails for each event (subscriber list size: 80,000), and across social media platforms
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to four people per year
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Inclusion within outreach and press release
  • Photo & Video Library: access to professional photographs and video of the event
  • Virtual exhibition stand – to allow connectivity to hybrid/virtual event users

If you’re interested in any of the packages above or if you’re interested in finding out additional information then contact us on:

0113 390 4700

keith.griffiths@built-environment-networking.com

This unique conference will bring together the construction industry to drive economic growth through development and regeneration across the Midlands. There will be plenty of exhibitors showcasing their brand and best practice in the industry, whilst helping them reap the rewards of being prominently displayed within the events exhibition area in front of some key and influential business leaders.

Modular Construction Off Site Development Build Public Sector

Exhibiting will allow you to:

  • Meet 400+ delegates face to face
  • Be part of the annual Midlands Development Conference
  • Be seen as a leading firm in the industry’s bid to drive sustainable growth in the regions
  • Network with hundreds of your business clients and peers
  • Showcase your work to regional authorities, government officials, leading private sector firms, blue-chip companies, investors and more

Confirmed Exhibitors:

We can’t wait to welcome you back to our physical face-to-face conferences – but we understand that safety will also be paramount and therefore to put you at ease we wanted to confirm some of the steps we’re putting in place to ensure we minimise any risk. The situation surrounding Covid-19 is ever changing however here’s an overview of steps and procedures we’ve put in place.

Condition of Entry

Delegates will have to show proof of their Covid status upon entry either in form of both vaccinations (first and second dose) or a negative NHS lateral flow test.

You will be asked to demonstrate this through showing an NHS Covid Pass – which can be gained by downloading the NHS App onto your smartphone. You can also download and show an offline version or print a copy of your status and show the printed version.

If you haven’t had both vaccine does we advise that all delegates take an NHS Lateral Flow Test 48-hours before the event – you can order them directly to your address here.

If you were to report a positive test result before the event we expect that you would follow the correct Government guidelines. All of our physical events will be held virtually so you’ll be able to join the event or alternatively exchange your ticket to a future event.

Mask Wearing

The wearing of masks at our physical events will not be mandatory.

Social Distancing

There will not be a requirement for social distancing however we will have introduced a number of things at the event to help minimise any risk such as increased spacing between aisles and chairs.

Hand Sanitiser

Hand sanitiser will be installed in certain areas at the event.

Other Safety Information

Depending on the venue we may also have sign-age for certain rights of way and doors may be left open to leave less touch-points across the venue including on doors/toilets.

We will have designated areas for drinks/rubbish to ensure these aren’t left around the venue, and all lunch will be provided in pre-prepared bags.

Hybrid Events

To ensure those who are uncertain about attending physical events can still gain access you will have the option of purchasing a physical or virtual ticket. The virtual ticket will enable you to view the event sessions, ask questions to the speakers, and private message/request video calls with those attendees who’re at the event physically.

Tickets

Physical Event Ticket: Science and Innovation Parks Development Conference Early bird offer ends on 31st July £249.00 £179.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £179

Virtual Event Ticket: Science and Innovation Parks Development Conference £80.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £80

Details

Date:
Wednesday, 8th September 2021

Time:
0830hrs – 1600hrs

Cost:
£80 – £179

Venue

Kensington Town Hall
Hornton St, Kensington, London W8 7NX, UK

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Hybrid Conference – Attend Physically or Virtually


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