Further Education Colleges Property Development Conference- Tuesday 11th May 2021
We are excited to announce we are sponsoring the Further Education Colleges Property Development Conference held by Built Environment Networking. Bill Barton is hosting session one on Tuesday 11 May 2021, starting at 9:30am with the following panel:
- LocatED; Guy Wheeler, Senior Development Manager
- LocatED; Ravinder Cheema, Associate
- Hull College Group; Lowell Williams, Interim Chief Executive
- Glasgow Kelvin College; Lisa Clark, Director of Corporate Services
Built Environment Networking describes this industry leading event as follows “The UK Government has pledged the further education sector £2bn in funding to overhaul their estate and make it fit for teaching subjects of importance to economic growth and prosperity in Britain. As part of this high level virtual event, delegates will hear from estates and property professionals from the college sector who will talk candidly about sector expansion plans, their challenges and how fellow built environment professionals can assist in delivering their projects.”
Bill Barton Construction Director comments “As part of our business plan for 2021/2022 we are looking to increase our work with Colleges, building on recent experience with The Gorse Academies Trust, Scarborough College and Boston Witham Academies Federation. Education and training runs through the veins of Barton Legal as a business, with our continuous training programmes, so working with a type of client that has the same core values is incredibly important to us”.
Here’s what our clients say:
"I can highly recommend Barton Legal; Bill and his team are experts in their field; they have great communication skills providing concise and regular updates. Through our work with them, I have been able to trust their judgment in the best way to move forward. Their analytical and problem-solving skills have been essential to our case, and they have been very understanding of the impact felt within our educational setting from the issues we have experienced. Thank you Bill and Haiqa for all of your work so far."