Smart Working in the Public Sector 2017

Thursday 11th May, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

Mobile technologies have the potential to free us from many of the constraints associated with the traditional, 20th century view of what work is and of course, where and how it can be carried out. Smart working while in many ways enabled by technology, is equally about creating a new sense of place and of the new workforce culture which will exist within and beyond that place. It is crucial to note that a central concern in all of this change is the health and wellbeing of the workforce.

Event Information

Mobile technologies have the potential to free us from many of the constraints associated with the traditional, 20th century view of what work is and of course, where and how it can be carried out. Smart working while in many ways enabled by technology, is equally about creating a new sense of place and of the new workforce culture which will exist within and beyond that place. It is crucial to note that a central concern in all of this change is the health and wellbeing of the workforce.

Following on from the hugely successful The Way We Work series of conferences and once again featuring practical case studies and high level presentations, Smart Working 2017 will explore the positive interactions, interdependencies and examples of best practice that exist across all areas of public service in the new world of work.  Much of this activity is being driven by what some may call the perfect storm of budget cuts, workforce and service transformation, workforce and client expectation, and of course, technological advances.

Smart Working 2017 will also feature programmes such as Government Hubs, looking at their impact on the organisations and individuals that will use them and on the places these hubs will be sited in.

We invite you to join with circa 250 of your peers from across all areas of public service as we hear from senior level public sector strategists and operational experts plus representatives the most relevant and innovative private sector solution providers. Early booking is recommended to assure your place and to take advantage of the early bird prices currently available.

Conference Agenda

Thursday 11th May, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

09:30 – 11:00 Keynote Speakers

Conference Chair, Andy Lake, Specialist in implementation of smart and flexible working and co-ordinator of the Smart Work Network, flexibility.co.uk

Professor David Guest, Professor of Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management, King’s College London
David will speak about achieving employee well-being and performance in challenging times

Steve Pette, Co-founder of Central Working and founder of Hearts & Minds
Steve will talk through some of the experiences of working with the public sector and how applying start-up thinking from co-working perspectives helped create added value

Jenny Baynes, Senior Project Manager – Developing a Modern Council, Technology and Change, North Yorkshire County Council
Jenny will share the story of developing an approach to a modern council in North Yorkshire, from the concepts of the vision to delivering the benefits to ensure its customers and services remain at the heart of what they do.

Kieron Murphy, Managing Director, Matrix Booking


Following a 30 minute refreshment break the day continues with a series of case study based presentations:

11:30 Smarter Working ‘Hubbers’ – Sharing space and systems? User experience is the key to success

Increasingly public sector organisations are asking their staff to work “Smarter”. Staff are asked to make decisions, not only about what they do, but where and when they do it.

The rapid expansion of flexible working practices and shared workspaces have presented organisations with the new challenge of empowering their users while maintaining control of their estates and maintaining the security of their people and information.

In this session Nic will look at how the current hubs have conquered this challenge while providing a superior user experience through the use of innovative technologies. He will also look ahead to the innovations the new populations of “Hubbers” can expect to enjoy in the future.

Nic Doodson, Lead Consultant, Keytree Innovations

11:55 Workplace evolution – people, technologies and culture
The evolution of the dynamic workplace is seeing the introduction of new technologies and behaviours into our workplace. With the continuous pressures on the public sector to drive efficiencies and innovate, we explore how this progression is impacting organisations’ performance and how creating a culture of engagement supported by technology can increase productivity.

David Howorth, Managing Director UK, Middle East and Africa, Condeco

12:20 2017 winner of TW3 ‘One Public Estate’ award: Bristol City Council Transformation Change – lessons learnt
PLACEmaking have been working intensively with the Bristol City Workplace Programme to rationalise the office estate, improving the two retained ‘hub’ buildings and enhancing staff and partner ways of working, enabling the council to deliver better public services whilst achieving significant property related savings of £125million over 5 years.

As the implementation programme is now complete and post occupancy findings available, this session will explore the key lessons to be learnt from a project where perceptions of space, assets and facilities ownership changed from what’s mine to own to what’s ours to use and where workplace solutions implemented focused on 70% of space being designed for collaborative, interactive and innovative working. All achieved in the Grade 2* heritage listed City Hall.

This project recently won the TW3 award for ‘One Public Estate’ described as ‘an exemplar of smart working in local government’.

Sarah Everitt, Founder Member, PLACEmaking

12:45 Q&A on previous sessions

13:00 Lunch and networking

13:45 The future of the workplace

Synopsis to follow…

Michael Guest, Managing Director, essensys
Justin Harley, VP International Business Development, essensys

14:10 Creating the workplace advantage
“Work in the 21st century is about what you do, not where you do it”. This presentation will share the Creating the Workplace Advantage Report, demonstrating how workplace managers can affect better engagement for change, improved technologies for implementing shared spaces and the role of data and analytics in reducing costs and increasing productivity. A hard copy of the report will be available to all those who attend.

Steve Corkin, Director of Channel Partners, Asure Software

14:35 Smart Working – transforming the office environment
Two time category winners at the prestigious TW3 awards, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory present a case study on their programme’s success
The concept of Smart Working at DSTL started in 2014 and Phase 1 implementation completed in 2016. This session will highlight where DSTL started, how far along the journey we are (including how it has been) and where we aspire to go.

Graham Clayton, Future Ways of Working Portfolio Manager, Defence and Science Technology Laboratory

15:00 Q&A on previous three sessions

15:15 Refreshments and networking

15:45 The trials and tribulations of Smart Working evaluation
Most people would accept that evaluation is important. So why is it rarely done? In this session Bridget will draw on her experience to reflect on why evaluation is so often undervalued, and offer ideas about how to set up an evaluation framework that really pays back as part of a smart working programme.

Bridget Hardy, author and creator of Working without Walls, Working beyond Walls and the UK Government’s State of the Estate Report; Smart Working Strategist, Integrans Consulting

16:10 Panel Debate and Q&A
An expert panel debate topics raised during the day and answer questions from the delegate audience, before the Chair’s closing remarks.

Andy Lake, Specialist in Smart and Flexible Working, Flexibility.co.uk
Martin Hale, Chief Experience Officer, The Work Surgery
Kieron Murphy, Managing Director, Matrix Booking
Bridget Hardy, Smart Working Strategist, Integrans Consulting and author and creator of Working without Walls, Working beyond Walls and the UK Government’s State of the Estate Report, and guided development of the Publicly Available Specification for Smart Working.

16:35 (approx) Conference close

Speakers

Thursday 11th May, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

Keynote Speakers and Panel Members

Andy Lake

Conference Chair – Andy Lake, Specialist in implementation of smart and flexible working and co-ordinator of the Smart Work Network, flexibility.co.uk

Andy Lake is a specialist in Smart and Flexible Working, and editor of Flexibility.co.uk.  He has been involved in dozens of implementations of Smart Working and has conducted leading-edge research into its impacts.   Currently he is an advisor to the Cabinet Office on Smart Working, and wrote the guidance for the Civil Service, The Way We Work: A Guide to Smart Working in Government (2014). Other recent publications include It’s Work But Not As We Know It, which explores what the future of work means for business, society and public policy. He is the author of British Standards PAS 3000: Code of Practice for Smart Working (2015).

Andy coordinates the Smart Work Network (www.smart-work.net), a network of 180 larger companies and public sector organisations that collaborate to develop smart and flexible working. His management book Smart Flexibility was published by Gower in 2013.

More info at www.flexibility.co.uk/about/about-Andy-Lake.htm

David Guest

Professor David Guest, Professor of Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management, King’s College London

David Guest is Professor of Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management in the School of Management and Business at King’s College, London.  Prior to that he was Professor of Organizational Psychology and Pro-Vice Master at Birkbeck, University of London.  He has researched and written extensively on a range of topics including HRM, performance and employee well-being; the nature and impact of the psychological contract; partnership and engagement at work; and career theory and the changing nature of careers.  Much of his research has been conducted in the public sector and includes a five year NIHR programme on the workforce role in patient safety and service quality in healthcare; a study of the psychological contract and retention in the armed services; the impact of flexible working on well-being; and the impact of changing technology on careers and career aspirations among healthcare scientists.

Steve Pette, Co-founder of Central Working and founder of Hearts & Minds

Steve co-founded Central Working the premium co working operation within the UK, with Central Working Cambridge opening 2017 and another 3 in the pipeline. Central Working has pioneered the UK co-working market within the tech and digital sectors, housing thousands of businesses, allowing them to thrive. It holds numerous awards for its built environments and service ethos which Steve created,  and as an established brand and business it continues to expand to new markets whilst activating the revolution within co working

In 2016 he stepped away from business to start another sharing  co-working experiences  and thinking as to  how to approach design / operate and deliver to both monetise and create community rich environments across a number of Cities.  Currently working on the opening of Ormeau Baths in Belfast , and a new Digital Tech Hub in Sheffield as part of Kollider Projects. Both these businesses will be a game changers for the cities to drive Tech / Digital and jobs growth, providing inspirational environments that fulfil the new work approach and where ideas, hopes, dreams and aspirations are helped to grow into scaleable businesses.

Steve has worked across both corporate and start up businesses looking at both experience and the design of the built environments working within brand challenging businesses the most infamous being with Virgin Atlantic as Head of Service development overviewing all new concept development for Ground and Air. Steve was also one of the founding team members of Virgin America the US based start up airline in SFO which redefined the domestic airline market with the USA on its launch, until its recent sale.

steve@thinkheartsandminds.com

Jenny Baynes

Jenny Baynes, Senior Project Manager – Developing a Modern Council, Technology and Change, North Yorkshire County Council

Jenny Baynes is a multi-award winning programme manager who leads the modern council programme for North Yorkshire County Council. Having studied learning and workforce culture Jenny is passionate about the role of people in organisational change and how getting the strategy right can have real tangible business benefit.

Jenny went on to a masters in leadership and change management and has worked with a variety of organisations to drive real change for the modern world,  recognising change is the only constant and determination, hard work as well as a smile are critical success factors. Jenny is also a qualified coach and when not busy delivering change enjoys travel, volunteering and enjoying time with friends and family.

Kieron Murphy

Kieron Murphy, Managing Director, Matrix Booking

Taken as an idea from the Keytree Innovations Lab, Kieron led the Matrix team in building a innovative SaaS platform to power the complex resource management needs of the world’s increasingly mobile and flexible workforce.

As well as powering the UK’s largest Hubs Network and pioneering innovative solutions for space and systems collaboration in the public sector, the Matrix team are pushing the boundaries of true smart building innovation and the leading the transition to the world of FM-as-a-Service (FMaaS).

Kieron helps clients in the private and public sectors understand and execute the journey from inefficient siloed resource management to truly empowered and collaborative workforces within, and between, organisations.

Martin Hale

Martin Hale, Chief Experience Officer, The Work Surgery

The Work Surgery was founded in 2014 by Martin Hale, a highly respected future of work professional and change consultant who is trusted advisor to many leading organizations around the world.

Martin specializes in researching and understanding the impact of the changing nature of work through emerging and innovative technology, people strategies and the use of space (both physical and virtual). Combining a background in research and development with an in-depth understanding of future of work trends, he is particularly interested in helping organizations to understand complex strategic challenges to smarter working and their application and value in the workplace.

Bridget Hardy, expert on Smart Working, Smart Working Advisor to DWP, Integrans Consulting

Twitter @briddj
Bridget is a respected expert on Smart Working and property asset management. She advises international public and private sector clients on how workplaces can be agents for organisational and cultural change and how property data used wisely can drive action. Most recently she has been advising the Department for Work and Pensions. She was an author and creator of Working without Walls, Working beyond Walls and the UK Government’s State of the Estate Report, and guided development of the Publicly Available Specification for Smart Working (PAS3000:2015).

Work Session Speakers

Graham Clayton, Future Ways of Working Portfolio Manager, Defence and Science Technology Laboratory

Graham is the Future Ways of Working portfolio manager in the Defence Science & Technology Laboratory. The portfolio is a priority activity within the Transformation Directorate and will support Dstl in achieving it’s Corporate Strategy through transforming the way that their space and facilities operate in the future. He joined Dstl in 2011 having previously  worked at the Forensic Science Service and the Royal Bank of Scotland in a variety of leadership and transformational roles.

Steve Corkin, Director of Channel Partners, Asure Software
Steve has diversified experience serving the technology and telecoms sectors. Since 2010, he has been focusing on workspace innovation and technologies, providing consultancy experience on workplace transformation for the digital age, as well as the influence and adoption of “The Internet of Things” into our living and working environments. Steve has a passion for aiding the transformation of workforce and workspace management practices in order to provide optimal gains to business and people.

Nic Doodson,Lead Consultant, Keytree Innovations

As lead consultant in the Keytree Innovations Lab Nic’s is part of the team that create the leading edge and bleeding edge technologies that power the Keytree solutions and products.

A key advisor to the Matrix Booking team, Nic has been developing advanced technologies ranging from augmented and virtual reality to voice control interfaces to help improve the usability and accessibility of the Matrix Booking suite and other Keytree products.

Sarah Everitt, Founder Member, PLACEmaking

Formed in 2009 PLACEmaking has built a strong client base including central government, local government, police authority, NHS clients as well as continuing to work in the education field and private sector.  PLACEmaking has developed a PEOPLE focused toolkit of both group based hands-on activity based plus self navigating on-line methods to implement and embed workplace change.

With a legacy of workplace analytics informing their creative design solutions, PLACEmaking has developed new approaches, methods and broadened its skills base to build on the core foundations of consultancy excellence gained when the founders were UK directors of the former international specialist workplace consultancy firm DEGW.Please note agenda, speakers and timings may be subject to change

Michael Guest, Managing Director, essensys

Michael joined essensys as VP for Sales in March 2010. Prior to this, he was the New Business Sales Director of Daisy Plc. and held a number of senior management positions in sales and business development, notably Business Development Director of BT Infonet, Account Director of BT Global Services, Worldcom and GTS.

As Managing Director, Michael leads the growth of essensys across the company’s traditional marketplace (business centres and multi-tenanted units) and enterprise. He has an active involvement in driving new market penetration and the international expansion of essensys, consistently ensuring peerless attention to the company’s core values, product leadership and customer service excellence.

Michael has been playing a pivotal role in rapidly turning essensys into the world-leading workspace management platform for the flexible workspace sector. Michael is the flag bearer of essensys and ensures the company is constantly evolving and challenging the status quo.

Michael is married with two children and lives in the Cotswolds where he dedicates his Saturday mornings to coaching his sons junior football team. An avid Liverpool FC fan, Michael also dedicates his time to sports, music and travel.

Justin Harley, VP International Business Development, essensys

Justin is the VP of International Business Development at essensys and most recently CEO of Hubcreate, which was acquired by essensys in 2016.

As a passionate voice for the flexible workspace industry, Justin has developed products and services that have helped workspace providers drive revenues and overcome operational challenges and allowed more managers to go home on time and do the things they really love!

Justin is excited about this industry and the opportunities that lie ahead for us all and looks forward to building new relationships and creating new opportunities for essensys in the public sector workspace community.

David Howorth, Managing Director UK, Middle East & Africa, Condeco

Exhibitors and Supporters

Title Sponsors

General Sponsors

Sponsor Asure
Sponsor Essensys
Sponsor Redstone Connect
Sponsor Targus

Hotels

Venue Information

You can plan your tube journey and buy travel cards online using the Transport for London website.

Westminster Station (0.1 miles)
Lines: Circle, District, Jubilee
Exit the station via Exit 6 through the underground tunnel towards Parliament Square. You will come to street level on Whitehall. Turn left into Parliament Square, cross the road ahead of you then turn right into Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right, directly opposite Westminster Abbey. (This is a step-free station.)

St James Park Station (0.1 miles)
Lines: Circle, District
Take the Broadway exit from the tube station and walk straight down Tothill Street. At the end of this street turn left and you will see the QEII Centre directly in front of you. (This is NOT a step-free station.)

Victoria Station (0.7 miles)
Lines: Circle, District, Victoria
Exit from the front of the station, turn right and walk down Victoria Street. At the end of Victoria Street is Broad Sanctuary, the QEII Centre is on the left, opposite Westminster Abbey. (This is NOT a step-free station.)
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Getting here by bicycle
There are many cycle routes across Greater London. To plan the best route for you to get to The QEII Centre visit the Transport for London cycle website.
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Getting here by bus
Buses 11,24,53,77a and 88 all stop at Parliament Square. The QEII Centre is just to the west of the square, directly opposite Westminster Abbey. To plan your bus route, use the Transport for Londonjourney planner.
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Getting Here By Train
To plan your train journey to London you can use National Rail Enquiries.

There are three mainline rail stations within a mile of the QEII Centre. These are Charing Cross, Victoria and Waterloo. To plan your travel from the other mainline terminals in central London (St Pancras International, King’s Cross, Paddington, Liverpool Street, London Bridge) use the Transport for London journey planner.

Walking from Charing Cross (0.7 miles)
Exit the front of Charing Cross Station and turn left towards Trafalgar Square. Turn left down Whitehall and continue until Parliament Square. Follow Parliament Square around to the right and turn right onto Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right directly opposite Westminster Abbey.

Walking from Victoria (0.7 miles)
Exit the front of Victoria Station, walk across the bus stand area and turn right onto Victoria Street. Continue along Victoria Street until you reach Westminster Abbey. The QEII Centre is on your left, directly opposite the Abbey.

Walking from Waterloo (1 mile)
Exit the station onto York Road. Turn left and walk to the roundabout with County Hall Hotel on your right. Cross York Road and take Westminster Bridge Road on your right. Cross the bridge to Parliament Square and follow Parliament Square around to the right. Turn right onto Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right directly opposite Westminster Abbey.

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Getting Here By Air

It will take you 45 minutes to an hour to reach The QEII Centre on public transport from any of London’s airports.

Travelling from Heathrow Airport
Approximate journey time: 1 hour
Take the tube to Green Park on the Piccadilly Line. Change to the Jubilee Line and stop at Westminster.
Alternatively take the Heathrow Express to Paddington, and then take the Circle Line tube to Westminster.

Travelling from Gatwick Airport
Approximate journey time: 45 minutes
Take the Gatwick Express to Victoria Railway Station. The QEII Centre is a 15-minute walk from Victoria via Victoria Street.

Travelling from Stansted Airport
Approximate journey time: 1 hour
Take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street and then take the Circle Line tube to Westminster tube station.

Travelling from London City Airport
Approximate journey time: 45 minutes
Take the Jubilee Line from the airport to Westminster tube station.

Travelling from Luton Airport
Approximate journey time: 48 minutes
Take one of the special connecting buses from the airport to Luton rail station. Take one of the frequent trains to Kings Cross, and from here take the Circle Line tube to Westminster.
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Getting Here By Road

Please be advised that it is quicker and easier to travel to The QEII Centre using public transport and that we are within the congestion charging zone.

Car Parking
The Q-Park Westminster car park is located just a short distance from The QEII Centre in Great College Street, SW1P 3RX. For more information about the car park please visit their website: www.q-park.co.uk.

Event Timetable

Thursday 11th May, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

09:30 – 11:00 Chair’s welcome, Keynote Speakers and Q&A

11:00 – 11:30 Refreshments and networking

11:30 – 11:55 Presentation 1

11:55 – 12:20 Presentation 2

12:20 – 12:45 Presentation 3

12:45 – 13:00 Q&A

13:00 – 13:45 Lunch and networking

13:45 – 14:10 Presentation 4

14:10 – 14:35 Presentation 5

14:35 – 15:00 Presentation 6

15:00 – 15:15 Q&A

15:15 – 15:45 Refreshments and networking

15:45 – 16:10 Presentation 7

16:10 – 16:35 Presentation 8

16:35 – 16:50 Q&A and conference close

Venue & Travel

QEII Centre, London

Broad Sanctuary Westminster London SW1P 3EE

Tel: 020 7798 4000
Fax:
E-mail: 
Website: http://www.qeiicentre.london/

QEIICC

QEII Centre is the largest dedicated conference and exhibition space in central London. The venue offers world class facilities for high profile conferences, conventions, exhibitions and corporate events with capacity of up to 2,500 – hosting over 400 national and international events a year.

Situated in the shadow of Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, the Centre is served by outstanding transport links providing easy access to everything London has to offer and is within an hour’s transfer from five international airports.

Travel


Getting here by tube

You can plan your tube journey and buy travel cards online using the Transport for London website.

Westminster Station (0.1 miles)
Lines: Circle, District, Jubilee
Exit the station via Exit 6 through the underground tunnel towards Parliament Square. You will come to street level on Whitehall. Turn left into Parliament Square, cross the road ahead of you then turn right into Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right, directly opposite Westminster Abbey. (This is a step-free station.)

St James Park Station (0.1 miles)
Lines: Circle, District
Take the Broadway exit from the tube station and walk straight down Tothill Street. At the end of this street turn left and you will see the QEII Centre directly in front of you. (This is NOT a step-free station.)

Victoria Station (0.7 miles)
Lines: Circle, District, Victoria
Exit from the front of the station, turn right and walk down Victoria Street. At the end of Victoria Street is Broad Sanctuary, the QEII Centre is on the left, opposite Westminster Abbey. (This is NOT a step-free station.)


Getting here by bicycle
There are many cycle routes across Greater London. To plan the best route for you to get to The QEII Centre visit the Transport for London cycle website.


Getting here by bus
Buses 11,24,53,77a and 88 all stop at Parliament Square. The QEII Centre is just to the west of the square, directly opposite Westminster Abbey. To plan your bus route, use the Transport for London journey planner.


Getting Here By Train
To plan your train journey to London you can use National Rail Enquiries.

There are three mainline rail stations within a mile of the QEII Centre. These are Charing Cross, Victoria and Waterloo. To plan your travel from the other mainline terminals in central London (St Pancras International, King’s Cross, Paddington, Liverpool Street, London Bridge) use the Transport for London journey planner.

Walking from Charing Cross (0.7 miles)
Exit the front of Charing Cross Station and turn left towards Trafalgar Square. Turn left down Whitehall and continue until Parliament Square. Follow Parliament Square around to the right and turn right onto Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right directly opposite Westminster Abbey.

Walking from Victoria (0.7 miles)
Exit the front of Victoria Station, walk across the bus stand area and turn right onto Victoria Street. Continue along Victoria Street until you reach Westminster Abbey. The QEII Centre is on your left, directly opposite the Abbey.

Walking from Waterloo (1 mile)
Exit the station onto York Road. Turn left and walk to the roundabout with County Hall Hotel on your right. Cross York Road and take Westminster Bridge Road on your right. Cross the bridge to Parliament Square and follow Parliament Square around to the right. Turn right onto Broad Sanctuary. The QEII Centre is on your right directly opposite Westminster Abbey.


Getting Here By Air

It will take you 45 minutes to an hour to reach The QEII Centre on public transport from any of London’s airports.

Travelling from Heathrow Airport
Approximate journey time: 1 hour
Take the tube to Green Park on the Piccadilly Line. Change to the Jubilee Line and stop at Westminster.
Alternatively take the Heathrow Express to Paddington, and then take the Circle Line tube to Westminster.

Travelling from Gatwick Airport
Approximate journey time: 45 minutes
Take the Gatwick Express to Victoria Railway Station. The QEII Centre is a 15-minute walk from Victoria via Victoria Street.

Travelling from Stansted Airport
Approximate journey time: 1 hour
Take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street and then take the Circle Line tube to Westminster tube station.

Travelling from London City Airport
Approximate journey time: 45 minutes
Take the Jubilee Line from the airport to Westminster tube station.

Travelling from Luton Airport
Approximate journey time: 48 minutes
Take one of the special connecting buses from the airport to Luton rail station. Take one of the frequent trains to Kings Cross, and from here take the Circle Line tube to Westminster.


Getting Here By Road

Please be advised that it is quicker and easier to travel to The QEII Centre using public transport and that we are within the congestion charging zone.

Car Parking
The Q-Park Westminster car park is located just a short distance from The QEII Centre in Great College Street, SW1P 3RX. For more information about the car park please visit their website: www.q-park.co.uk.

Contact Us

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Georgia Richardson
– 0161 482 7853
grichardson@publicsectorconnect.org

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– 0161 482 7858
grosen@publicsectorconnect.org

Steve Mallinson
– 0161 482 7857
smallinson@publicsectorconnect.org

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Charis Rosen
– 0161 482 7855
crosen@publicsectorconnect.org

Print Enquiries

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– 0161 482 7855
crosen@publicsectorconnect.org

Accounts

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– 0161 482 7853
grichardson@publicsectorconnect.org

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