London's education estate

London's education estate

10 October 2014

Nicholas Hare Architects' partner Jayne Bird has been invited to speak at the NLA education conference on 10 October, alongside key university estates representatives, other architects, planners and education providers.

The panel will discuss how education providers for all ages meet the ever growing demand for places while retaining a sense of place, identity and their position on the world stage.

With the announcement from London Councils in July that the capital needs an additional 133,000 school places by 2018 to cope with future demand, and with London's universities going through a major shift in their approach to their estates in order to adapt to global demand, how is the face of education in London changing?


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