Local Authority Property 2016

Tuesday 13th September 2016, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

Services delivered by local authorities are changing and the buildings that these services are delivered from must change to accommodate them. Health and social care integration is perhaps one of the biggest drivers for these changes. However, programmes such as One Public Estate are also responsible for increased sharing of data on property and land assets, co-location of a range of organisations and the release of land and buildings for re-use for housing or commercial redevelopment, benefitting local and regional economies and creating local jobs.

Local Authority Property 2016: Accommodating integrated local services, now in its 6th year, will once again bring together circa 200 senior property professionals from local authorities across the country as we examine the role of property in cross sector collaboration in the delivery of modern services and the changing nature of the public estate.

Key areas for discussion will be (though not limited to): devolved government; health and social care integration; challenges of cross sector working; public/private partnerships; strategic asset management; space utilisation; multi-agency working; energy management.

This year's plenary will feature senior property figures from local government, central government, NHS, emergency services and private sector property specialists, who will debate subjects such as the impact of 'Brexit', the nature of collaboration and partnership working in the delivery of integrated services.

Local Authority Property 2016: Accommodating integrated local services will provide delegates with a unique opportunity to hear from and question speakers from across the public and private sectors and to build and renew networks with their peers. We look forward to welcoming friends old and new.

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