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Running order for 'Science Cities and the Arc' at Newnham College Cambridge

Newnham College Cambridge

Future Cities Forum will be holding its October 'Science Cities and the Arc' event at Newnham College Cambridge on Wednesday 13 October in the morning.


‘Science Cities and the Arc’

Coffee from 0845, start at 0915, close at 1230


Heather Fearfield, Future Cities Forum

The vision for the Arc and role of the OxCam Arc Expert Advisory Panel

Emma Cariaga, Chair, OxCam Arc Expert Advisory Panel / Joint Head of Canada Water & Head of Residential, British Land

How do we create sustainable settlements for the Arc, linked to first class, joined-up infrastructure? Emma Cariaga, OxCam Arc Expert Advisory Panel and British Land

Anna Strongman, Chief Executive of Oxford University Development

Julia Foster, Managing Partner, David Lock Associates

Fred Pilbrow, Founding Partner, Pilbrow & Partners

Planning workshop – led by Tom Perry of LDA Design (Head of Cambridge Studio and formerly The Design Council’s Head of Architecture & the Built Environment)

How do we design the best places for R&D collaboration - for universities, health trusts and the private sector?

Professor Lynette Ryals, Chief Executive, MK:U / Pro Vice Chancellor, Cranfield University

Laurel Powers-Freeling, Chair - Cambridge University Health Partners, Interim Chair - Cambridge Biomedical Campus Ltd

Dr Martin Dougherty, COO, Wellcome Genome Campus and Wellcome Sanger Institute

Matt Smith - Head of Leasing, BioMed Realty

Ed Hayden, Director, Scott Brownrigg Architects

How do we deliver high quality affordable accommodation and workspace in our university cities and across the Arc, servicing the knowledge economy?

Cllr Bridget Smith, Leader of South Cambridgeshire District Council

Dr Jason Matthews, Development Adviser to Oxford North / Thomas White Oxford for St John’s College Oxford (and Director, Matthews and Sadler Estates)

Jo Cowen, CEO, Jo Cowen Architects

Chris Williams, Senior Director (Occupier Transactions), CBRE

The forum will inform a 40-page report.

Below Newnham College's award-winning Dorothy Garrod Building on Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge


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