School Building and Condition Improvement Conference
“By transforming some of the most run-down schools in the country, the Priority School Building Programme is helping young people unlock their potential.” – Department for Education
An estimated 60% of school buildings in England were built before 1976. With demand for places set to increase, the National Audit Office estimates that schools and colleges will need a £6.7 billion investment to create new places and improve conditions.
In response, the government has introduced the Priority School Building Programme and the Condition Improvement Fund to provide new school buildings and bring existing infrastructure up to standard.
Join us for the School Building and Condition Improvement Conference where experts in education and the built environment will explain how these government schemes can help make your estate fit for the future. Learn how to make a successful bid for government funding, understand the latest trends in education estates and anticipate the infrastructure needs of the future.
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