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Join us at the healthcare buildings forum this July!

We are delighted to announce the healthcare buildings forum will be taking place at The Belfry Hotel, Sutton Coldfield on 11th & 12th July 2024.

The event is a must attend event for those involved in the design, build and management of healthcare estates and facilities. The theme for this year is ‘Delivering healthcare estates in a digital age’ and topics include:

  • What are the challenges and benefits implementing digital technologies in our healthcare estates
  • How to make carbon pay?
  • New Hospital Programme
  • Investment/funding opportunities in the private healthcare sector
  • Sustainability and reaching net zero targets
  • Strategic engagement with communities for better healthcare provision
  • Utilisation of existing infrastructure and maximising benefits

Speakers this year include: 

  • Karl Redmond - New Hospital Programme 
  • James Bate - Turner & Townsend 
  • Maria Luigia Assirelli - Floyd Slaski Architects

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

⛳ A hole-in-one networking event! ⛳

For the golfers in our community the day before the event (10th July) we will be hosting a networking golf day on the prestigious Brabazon course… What better way to do business than on the green. 

Registration for the event is now open:

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


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