Your unique opportunity for a behind the scenes tour of Warwick University’s new £50m Sports hub
Tracey Francis, Director, LK2 Sport and Leisure
Universities and Colleges can play a vital role in future proofing Sport & Leisure as part of a city or county wide master plan.
Through a multi-agency approach including:- Local Authorities, Governing Bodies of Sport, and strategic sport and leisure agencies there is a great opportunity to review physical assets and sports engagement, helping create the campus of the future.
We understand the needs of Higher Education facilities in making an offer that provides the holistic approach to student life that is now being sought, the need to appeal to the elite, to mainstream students and linking to a wider approach through community involvement.
LK2 assist Universities and Colleges to maximise the use of their facilities through the combination of master planning, rationalisation, creation of multi-purpose facility provision in line with sustainable business and financial models.
We can raise the profile of an institution through aligning the campus to attract local, regional, national and international events. We use the benefit of our experience to increase sporting engagement on campus by students and community use. This can introduce Joint Ventures with Local Authorities, Businesses, and opens funding opportunities from Sporting National Governing Bodies to enhance facilities.
University Capital Investment In An Uncertain Funding Landscape
Richard James, National Higher Education Sector Manager, Willmott Dixon
Richard James, National Higher Education Sector Manager, Willmott Dixon will explore the political, legislative and policy challenges faced by universities and how this will impact future capital spending.