Credit: Max Creasy
Mithras Student Village, University Brighton by Hassell. Credit: Max Creasy

What do high streets and universities & higher education colleges have in common? Come along to an in-person forum discussion on the opportunities and challenges of institution-led high street regeneration, hosted by Hassell and London Higher.

Universities and higher education colleges often have facilities on high streets and in town centres, or a desire to be physically present in these places. Historically, the motivation has been to ensure accessibility and visibility of the institution, but today we are seeing a shift towards a much more holistic approach to place management, seeking to integrate student life and learning with the public experience.

In this in-person forum, hosted by Hassell with London Higher, we will discuss the opportunities and challenges of institution-led high street regeneration. This forum can seat up to 18 stakeholders. If you are someone with a vested interest in high street regeneration, campus experience, and the role of higher education in the shaping of cities and places, please send an expression of interest to our team.

Contributors

  • Angus Bruce, Landscape Architecture, Hassell
  • Julian Gitsham, Education Sector, Hassell
  • Dr. Diana Beech, Chief Executive, London Higher
  • Darren de Souza, Policy & Projects Officer, London Higher

Time

  • September 16, 8.30-10.00am

Location

  • Hassell Studio London

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