On the 20th November, prominent estates and facilities leaders from the UK’s national, regional and local emergency services will come together at the Blue Light Estates Development Conference – the sector’s largest conference of the year.
The conference, hosted by Built Environment Networking, will offer the first ever opportunity to understand how the government’s One Public Estate agenda will shape Estate and Facilities strategy amongst the UK’s emergency services. With a drive to marry estate rationalisation with innovation in buildings, the conference will focus on sharing best practice within the sector, whilst connecting emergency services to the private sector to align on their plans. More than 25 speakers will discuss and present at the event including:
- Office of Police & Crime Commissioner
- Office of Government Property
- One Public Estate
- National Police Estates Group
- Fire & Rescue Services; Staffordshire, Cheshire, Nottinghamshire, Avon & Somerset
- Police Services; Cheshire, West Mercia & Warwickshire, Plymouth & Southampton, North Yorkshire, Dyfed-Powys, West Yorkshire, Devon & Cornwall, Avon & Somerset, Hampshire
- Devon & Cornwall Constabulary
- Hampshire Constabulary
Mark Baseby, Director at McBains, said: “With a long and successful history of developing real estate solutions within the emergency services sector, McBains is proud to have been invited to take part in the inaugural Blue Light Estates Development Conference. The potential engagement with such a wide range of representatives from across the industry represents a unique opportunity for collaboration across the public and private sectors. We welcome this invaluable opportunity for
Keith Griffiths, Managing Director at Built Environment Networking, said: ‘’We’re excited to be holding the first ever Blue Light Estates event and we have already received phenomenal interest and feedback from those across the industry in taking part in the event. Police, Ambulance and Fire Services are being asked to rationalise their estates and services are at different stages of their strategy. This conference will allow best practice and previous barriers to be shared and discussed to help those who’re at the beginning of their journey whilst connecting the services with others from the public and private sector to align and collaborate.’’
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