Professor Ivan Robertson, Director, Robertson Cooper Ltd
Ivan is co-founder (with Sir Cary Cooper) of Robertson Cooper Ltd – the company provides solutions to organisations to help as many people as possible to have a good day at work. Ivan was Professor of Work & Organisational Psychology at the University of Manchester (UMIST) where he was also Head of Manchester School of Management and Pro-Vice Chancellor. He is now Emeritus Professor at the university.
He has worked on consulting assignments across all sectors of the economy and the world. He has published over 40 books on Work & Organisational Psychology and over 200 scholarly articles/conference papers. He is in the top two percent of most influential psychologists in the world in his field (Aguinis et al., 2017*). His latest (co-authored) books are: “Well-Being: Happiness and Productivity at Work” (2nd edition, 2017), Management and Happiness (2013) and Work Psychology (2016)
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Rupert Goddard, Partner, Sheppard Robson Architects LLP
Rupert leads a diverse portfolio of education and commercial projects from the practice’s Manchester office. He is also part of Sheppard Robson’s Design Review Group, shaping the design direction of the practice. Whether designing higher education facilities, student living projects or residential developments, Rupert’s work has a reputation for creating buildings in which communities thrive. An example of this approach is the carefully composed social spaces that enliven Greenbank Student Village, encouraging interaction and boosting mental health. Rupert’s interest in community-building can also be seen in urban centres, with projects such as Echo Street bringing together co-living alongside student living in Central Manchester.
Other recent projects that balance the latest pedagogical thinking, strong architectural forms and low-carbon design principles include: the Frederick Douglass Centre at Newcastle University; the Brooks Building for Manchester Metropolitan University, and a range of student living projects.
Rupert is a regular commentator on issues ranging from the future of co-living to how student living can boost wellness and the student experience.
Renza LaSala, Associate, Sheppard Robson Architects LLP
Renza is an associate of Sheppard Robson and has experience in a wide range of higher education projects. She is skilful at coordinating complex schemes and large multi-disciplinary design teams. Renza has extensive knowledge of leading stakeholder engagement sessions and brief development to assemble dynamic briefs for clients to go onto develop effective design solutions. She is rigorous in understanding the detail and standards of technical facilities to enable this to inform briefing.
She has managed the planning process to obtain planning for highly sensitive heritage and conservation for clients such as London Business School and Imperial College London.
Alex Solk, Partner, Sheppard Robson Architects LLP
Alex leads a broad range of public sector projects from the practice’s Manchester office, with a particular expertise in major university, science and healthcare projects. Alongside project work, Alex is involved in the practice’s sustainability group, which promotes responsible design practices and thinking across all offices. His user-centric, sustainable approach has been woven into numerous recent high-profile projects which have reinvented building typologies for the 21st Century. The Brynmor Jones Library at the University of Hull redefines the library as a dynamic focal point for university life, whilst The Collaborate Teaching Laboratories at the University of Birmingham create ultra-flexible spaces for science for cross-disciplinary teaching and collaboration.
Alex is actively involved in knowledge transfer within the design and construction sector. This includes his current role as Membership Secretary for Architects for Health, promoting new standards for the design of healthcare facilities. Alex has also made a documentary with the BBC exploring the effects of climate change on the built environment, and solutions for a low-carbon future.
Richmal Wigglesworth, Associate, Sheppard Robson Architects LLP
Richmal is passionate about architecture that responds creatively to social and environmental challenges of the modern era, with a particular interest in adapting existing buildings for reuse. Her experience has included applications in highly sensitive heritage contexts such as Greenbank House and more recently the School of Environmental Science at the University of Liverpool. Through this, and other projects, Richmal has developed considerable expertise in the creative reuse of existing structures, and in the use of new building technologies within a heritage context. Highlights include being Conservation Speciality Judge for the 2019 RIBA North West Awards.
Eugene Sayers, Partner, Sheppard Robson Architects LLP
Eugene has over 20 years’ experience of designing cutting-edge spaces for science and education, which are diverse in scope and scale.
Much of Eugene’s work is informed by the exacting standards and pace of change required for scientific discovery. His projects deliver the high levels of precision and carefully controlled environments that scientific research demands, whilst also creating architecturally uplifting spaces. This approach has resulted in several of Eugene’s projects receiving prestigious S-LAB Awards.
His recently completed projects include several major laboratories for Imperial College London, most recently the Molecular Sciences Research Hub. Other notable projects include: The Life Sciences Building at the University of Bristol and Imperial Centre for Translational and Experimental Medicine, with the latter referred to as “a powerhouse of biomedical research” by the client. Eugene has written about numerous industry issues relating to scientific discovery and design, including how a thriving science community is vital to the construction industry and how knowledge clusters are shaping flexible office development. Eugene is also a member of Designers for Science.
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Trevor Payne, Director of Estates, University of Birmingham
Trevor is driving forward the UoB Intelligent Campus initiative and is also leading a flagship, strategic partnership set to manage the routemap to Net Zero Carbon and to transform the Edgbaston campus into a Living Lab.
He also leads an estates project team working on the delivery of a new 4,500 student Dubai university campus set to open in Dubai in Sept 2021.
Daniel Lawrence, Director of IT Services, University of Birmingham
Dan is the Director of IT Services at the University of Birmingham, leading the teams responsible for the university's IT infrastructure and applications, amongst others. He leads an Intelligent Campus working group of colleagues from IT and Estates, and is a member of the Steering Group for the newly formed Intelligent Campus subgroup of RUGIT (Russell Group IT Directors).
Matt Beveridge, Innovation Manager, University of Birmingham
Providing support to Estates Leadership, Matt is responsible for developing the strategy, vision and ongoing direction of Estates Innovation at the University of Birmingham. Matt is currently assisting Leadership with a flagship, strategic partnership set to manage the routemap to Net Zero Carbon and to transform the Edgbaston campus into a Living Lab. Matt is also member of the University’s Sustainability Task Group, a network responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of sustainability initiatives and he holds a position on the Board of Directors at Sustainability West Midlands – an organisation providing sustainability advice to leaders in the region.
Sam Harrow, IT Business Relationship Manager, University of Birmingham
Sam is the IT Business Partner for Estates and Campus Services at the University of Birmingham. His role involves developing a shared roadmap of future IT initiatives, and ensuring technology-related services align to strategy. As an initiative spanning both IT and Estates, Intelligent Campus is a key focus for Sam; he has worked with colleagues to develop the university's Intelligent Campus ambitions, and has sought to understand IT's role in the implementation and ongoing support for Intelligent Campus initiatives.
Mark Perrett, Head of Public Sector, PTS
Mark Perrett is PTS’s Higher Education and Wider Public Sector lead. Mark’s role involves understanding the latest ambitions and challenges within the University landscape, and working with PTS’s subject matter experts to chart how technology can be a key enabler and solution.
Kevin Brownell, Smart Campus Lead, PTS
Kevin Brownell leads the Smart division of PTS. Kevin works with some of the most progressive universities, businesses and developers helping them to define what Smart really means for them and their users. In Kevin’s words, “this means seeing smart not so much as a technology solution as a mechanism by which to improve the lives of users as far as possible without them realising”.
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Ian Aldous, UK Account Director for Universities & Science, Arcadis
Ian is a Senior Director at Arcadis and leads the Universities & Science accounts for the business. He has personally helped deliver complex, highly engineered facilities such as the National Graphene Institute and the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre for The University of Manchester, and is currently delivering the Manchester Engineering Campus Development.
Helen Cutts, Environmental Sustainability Officer, The University of Manchester
Helen is an Environmental Sustainability Officer and part of the award winning Environmental Sustainability team at the University. She has been in her role for nearly 8 years and helped to establish and drive the broader strategy over that time.
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Peter Masonbrook, Social Value Lead, Associate Director, Faithful+Gould
Peter is an industry leading advisory expert in Social Value, economic benefit sustainability and corporate social responsibility. He is an experienced supply chain and procurement senior advisor and plays an integral part of an overall delivery team with the ability to undertake optimising social value within significant UK projects. Peter has been responsible for defining and developing the strategies which underpin both the internal Faithful+Gould social value objectives embodied within our social value policy, as well as at project and corporate level with Higher Education clients including the University of Wolverhampton, Liverpool John Moores University and most recently Oxford Brookes.
Peter has recently featured in Building Magazine speaking about how we need to do much more to embed social value.
Marcus Lyon, National Head of Education, Director, Faithful+Gould
Marcus has over 25 years’ experience of working with more than 20 Higher Education Institutions across the UK. He has considerable knowledge of all aspects of the campus estate and capital development having worked direct for client, consulting and contractor organisations. Together with his knowledge of Local Authorities and his passion to drive improved social value this will provide unique insight in how to bring the two communities together.
Dr Gavan Conlon, Partner and co-head of the Education and Labour Markets Team, London Economics
Dr Gavan Conlon is a Partner at London Economics, and co-head of the Education and Labour Markets Team. Over the last 20 years, he has delivered a wide range of higher education analyses for all types of clients across the sector including UK central government departments, Devolved Administrations, the European Commission and European Parliament, mission groups, unions, charities, think-tanks and individual higher education institutions. Given this experience, Gavan was appointed on the Expert Panel for the Diamond Review of Higher Education Fees and Funding in Wales.
Ms Maike Halterbeck, Divisional Director, London Economics
Ms Maike Halterbeck is a Divisional Director at London Economics, and co-head of the Education and Labour Markets Team. Maike has directed, managed, and delivered more than 65 education related research projects over the last 8 years, and has been the lead analyst on London Economics’ higher education fees and funding analyses. She has also written several benchmark reports on the impact of Covid-19 on university finances, the impact of international students on the UK economy, as well the impact of Brexit on the international demand for UK higher education.
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Alice Ashpitel, Sustainability Manager, Mace
Alice studied Earth Sciences at Oxford University, focussing her Masters research on planetary climate reconstruction. Realising that she wanted to apply her knowledge to tackling the climate challenges facing the world today she joined the Mace sustainability graduate scheme in 2016.
Alice now leads on the delivery of Mace’s responsible business and net zero carbon strategy across all public sector construction projects, as well as developing low carbon solutions for a range of clients for both construction and consultancy.
She worked on delivering some of the most sustainable higher education projects including the BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ UCL New Student Centre and the Innovation Building for Oxford University. At the UCL New Student Centre Alice collaborated with the supply chain and design team to reduce embodied carbon in the cement by 49%. She currently works with the LSE sustainability team to develop a pathway to net zero carbon across their estate to achieve net zero carbon by 2030
Alice champions academic partnerships within Mace seeking to help close the gap between research into sustainability in the built environment and the implementation of sustainable construction delivery. She is currently working with researchers at UCL to look at how real-time construction data and BIM integration can improve whole life cycle carbon assessments.
Conor Storkey, Head of Sustainability for Construction, Mace
Conor heads up Mace’s Sustainability Construction team and since joining in 2015 has worked on some of the industry’s most sustainable higher education projects including the award winning UCL New Student Centre and the LSE Centre Building.
Conor has been spearheading Mace’s transformation into a Net Zero Carbon business in January 2021. He was instrumental in developing Mace’s corporate NZC strategy and the roll out of sustainable initiatives across the UK and global offices leading the corporate commitment to use 100% Renewable Energy by 2022.
Conor currently heads up pioneering research to develop prototypes for 100% cement free concrete products in partnership with UCL and Innovate UK.
His earlier work included the development of the sustainability measurement software ‘Optimise’ to help streamline sustainability data collection across the entire business.
Charles Joly, Head Of Sustainability, London School of Economics and Political Science
Charles is a sustainability practitioner with over ten years’ experience improving the social and environmental impacts of diverse high-profile organisations. He started his career as an environmental consultant in Scotland, advising public and private sector clients.
He worked with the University of Portsmouth, the National Health Service and the Bank of England, delivering a number of award-winning sustainability initiatives and programmes.
Charles joined the London School of Economics (LSE) in 2019, leading LSE’s sustainability team and helping LSE achieve its ambition of maximising its impact in shaping a sustainable future.
Charles is driven by a desire to embed sustainability at the core of business, working in partnerships with others to drive positive change.
Terry Spraggett, Managing Director, Mace
Terry’s career in construction spans over 30 years. 16 of these have been in public sector, research, education, arts and culture, and health, where he delivered a range of ground-breaking higher education buildings for world class institutions including the LSE, UCL, UCLH and the University of Oxford.
Recent projects include the Centre Building for the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), the largest building commissioned in LSE's history and the first on the campus to be awarded BREEAM Outstanding.
Following the success of the Centre Building, the team has been appointed by LSE to deliver the Marshall Building, which will provide a mixture of office, state of the art teaching spaces and sports facilities, linking the building with the wider campus.
For University College London (UCL) Bloomsbury campus, Terry led the delivery of the award winning new Student Centre. The pioneering learning and teaching facility has set the benchmark for sustainable construction and design for all future UCL development projects.
The building has won 11 awards since it opened, including the Civic Trust 2020 award, the Higher Education Project prize at the 2019 Architects' Journal Architecture Awards, the Building Performance prize in the 2019 Building Awards and the Judges' Inspiration prize at the 2019 Institute of Civil Engineering Awards.
Terry and his team are currently working on UCL Marshgate, which will house over 34,000sqm of academic space – the size of nearly five Wembley football pitches.
Opening in 2023, Marshgate has been designed to provide new spaces for collaborative thinking and forms an integral part of UCL East, a new world-class UCL campus located on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
For the University of Oxford Terry and his team delivered £500m worth of work across the university’s estate programme, including the New Bodleian Library refurbishment, the Old Road Cancer Research facility, the Kennedy Institute and Nuffield Department of Medicine buildings and the Oxford Molecular Pathology Institute.
With just 63 weeks between breaking ground and handing over the keys, the Old Road Cancer Research facility was one of the fastest research laboratory projects ever completed for the University.
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Garry J Metcalfe, CEO, Invida
Garry's early years (influenced by his father) were spent training as an Accountant, his father was an Electrical Engineer, and in his view, accounting was the future. Whilst he had a point, Garry spent the rest of his working life in engineering.
First in the heavy power sector, when coal-fired power plants were being constructed around the globe, this took Garry from the UK to Africa, the USA, India and China. Whilst his engineering knowledge improved, his understanding of a global business was transformed, but at some point, one had to re-establish roots.
He returned to the UK for a period of full time study at the London Business School (as a mature student) following which he spent some time away from engineering, only to return to it a few years later.
Garry led a management buyout of an ABB subsidiary, becoming the principal shareholder and CEO of technical services provider Inviron (a national Hard FM business with over 1,200 direct employees) for ten years before the company was approached and ultimately sold.
Following a short (welcome) sabbatical, Garry took on his current role at Invida.
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Peter Dudley, Director, Scott Tallon Walker Architects
Peter Dudley leads STW in the design of advanced international science and technology facilities. Peter believes the most productive and successful workplaces are intensely social, with coworkers familiar with both the substance and style of each other's work. Good architecture facilitates this interaction through the flexible use of space and sharing of resources. He has applied this philosophy to education and institutional research facilities. Peter has worked with the Luxembourg National Aid Agency to deliver Nicaragua’s blood bank network. He is an award-winning architect who has also served as a juror on several international construction awards.
Kevin Bates, Director, Scott Tallon Walker Architects
Kevin Bates is co-lead director of our London studio. He plays a prominent role in expanding STW’s international portfolio in Europe and the Middle East. His work has delivered considered, engaging and dynamic environments, creating intimate residential spaces and giving international institutions heightened recognition through large-scale projects. Kevin has steered some of STW’s most complex projects, with large teams of consultants on International University, Healthcare, Science & Research, Laboratory building projects. Kevin has won the RIAI Triennial Gold Medal for excellence in architecture. He has been a visiting tutor in the Schools of Architecture at University College Cork and King Saud University.
Informal Topical Presentations & Discussions
AUDE Socially Distanced Club Workshop 1
Emma Deraze, Senior Data Scientist, Times Higher Education
Emma is a senior data scientist at Times Higher Education (THE) where she works on the Teaching Rankings, which account for measures of universities’ quality beyond research. She also works on the THE Impact rankings, in particular developing tools for use by participants to better understand their and other universities' performance.
She is involved in the analysis and processing of the data used in those rankings as well as development of the various methodologies, ensuring the various measures developed are fair and representative of the many missions of universities across the world.
Chair: Andrew Nolan, Development & Sustainability Director, University of Nottingham and Chair of AUDE Sustainability Advisory Group
Andy Nolan is Director of Development and Sustainability at The University of Nottingham having joined the university in late 2013. Andy’s portfolio includes the university’s estate development framework and capital programme, the sustainability strategy, and operations (including energy and carbon management, space management, and the university’s farm). He leads the on cross-cutting initiatives including staff engagement and equality, diversity, and inclusion work.
He previously worked for Sheffield City Council as Director of Sustainability for 9 years and, prior, at the universities of Sheffield, Leeds Metropolitan and Bradford. He is Chair of the Association of University Directors of Estate Sustainability Advisory Group, and a Fellow of the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges and of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment.
Informal Topical Presentations & Discussions
AUDE Socially Distanced Club Workshop 2
Rupert Cook, Miltiadou Cook Mitzman architects, HEDQF Trustee and Co-Chair Research Group
Rupert has worked in the University sector for more than 25 years. He was at his previous practice for more than 20 years, joining Socrates Miltiadou to form Miltiadou Cook Mitzman architects in the autumn of 2020. Rupert and Socrates studied together in the early 1990s, subsequently working at the same practice on several Universities projects.
Rupert is trustee of the charity, Higher Education Design Quality Forum (HEDQF) and is Co-Chair of the Research Group, he joined in 2003. In 2016 Rupert co-wrote the masterplan chapter of the RIBA/ HEDQF book ‘Future Campus’ and has also led Masterplans for a number of Universities. Recent projects include specialist university faculties – both new build and refurbished – social learning spaces, laboratories and residential accommodation.
He is passionate about sustainable developments having completed new build Passivhaus and refurbishment EnerPHit projects.
Alex Grigull, Associate Grimshaw Architects, Interim Co-Chair Research Group
Alexander is an Associate at Grimshaw with a specific interest in the integration of architecture into complex environments to create inclusive, human-centric yet efficient and vibrant spaces that enable people to accelerate their professional pursuits.
Alex has most recently been involved with redefining London’s largest master plan, to become a lively, active new Knowledge Quarter spanning across the multi-modal Euston transport interchange.
Prior to this, he played an integral role in all phases of the multi-award-winning redevelopment of the University of Southampton’s Boldrewood Campus Master Plan since the project’s first inception in 2007.
Alexander’s particular focus is on tertiary education, laboratory and research facilities, that raise awareness of the importance of learning, innovation and scientific exploration.
Alongside his project work Alex is part of developing Grimshaw’s Net Zero Carbon Urban Design guide. Alexander has recently taken on the interim co-chair of the HEDQF Research Group and led the research on the Sustainable Campuses Study.
Informal Topical Presentations & Discussions
AUDE Socially Distanced Club Workshop 3
Naomi Ashenden, Head of Estates Planning and Compliance, Keele University
Naomi is an Incorporated Engineer and has been working in the Facilities Management sector since 2006, working with both private and public sector organisations. Naomi has previously led project delivery teams within the Ministry of Defence and BT and mobilised facilities contracts for the Army and RAF. Joining Keele University in January 2019, alongside her responsibilities as Head of Estates Planning and Compliance she is supporting the plan to respond to the University’s aim to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.
Steve Jordan, Deputy Director of Estates & Facilities, University of Manchester
Steve joined the University of Manchester in 2012 where he leads their Capital Projects Team and has responsibility for managing the planning and delivery of their £1 billion Campus Masterplan. He also is responsible for the Environmental Sustainability Team. Steve has over 25 years experience in the Higher Education Sector working for numerous Universities whilst in private consultancy. He has also worked for Manchester City Council and the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee managing the delivery of a number of the venues for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Currently Steve is leading on developing the University of Manchester’s new 2030 Campus Masterplan and Estates Strategy.
Barry Morton, Director – Facilities Services, University of Glasgow
Barry is responsible for leading the newly formed Facilities Services Division within the Estates and Commercial Services Directorate at Glasgow. He is currently heading up a service review to ensure the team of circa 650 staff has the right skills, training and systems in place to support the operation of the expanding campus. A keen advocate of Soft Landings, working closely with colleagues in the Construction and Development teams to ensure successful project delivery. Barry started working for the Estates Directorate at Glasgow in July 2013 and was appointed to the current role in January 2020. With over 25 years’ experience in the University sector – he has worked previously in a variety of Estates roles at the University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian University. He is currently Deputy Chair of SAUDE and represents the Scottish region on the AUDE Professional Development group.
Jonathan Craner, Senior Project Manager, University of Portsmouth
Speaker biography coming soon
Anna Cockman, Head of Estate Development (Project Delivery), Lancaster University
After graduating from Bradford University in 1996 Anna took her first job at BBC Radio 5 Live as a Marketing Assistant. Anna progressed into television production and by 1998 had become a Production Manager. A holiday to Australia in 2000 re-ignited her appetite for travelling and she subsequently decided to take a career break to return down under. She travelled the country and when the money ran out, found a job working for a construction company; her first experience of working in the sector.
On her return to the UK Anna returned to her roots in the North West and in 2003 took a job at Lancaster University Management School, working on a new £10m build. She was subsequently appointed to the Estates Development Team where she has delivered a diverse portfolio of capital projects and following three promotions, now holds the position of Head of Estate Development (Project Delivery). Anna has been a member of the Association of Project Management (APM) for 7 years.
She is an active member of the Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE) and in 2020 was a member of the winning team for the AUDE Summer School Award.
Ian Millar, Assistant Director of the Built Environment, University of Exeter
Speaker biography coming soon
Richard Jenden, Director of Property and Space Strategy, London School of Economics and Political Science
A Chartered Surveyor, Registered Valuer with an MBA is an accomplished professional with over 28 years’ experience in the corporate, public and higher education arenas.
Well-versed in all manner of multi-site operations; recent exciting projects include the acquisitions of the ‘Old Curiosity Shop’, £50m of redevelopment property and advising on a 6,000 bed residential portfolio. Some of the interesting properties Richard has dealt with include; The Royal Courts of Justice, Scotland Yard, Bow Street Police Station and Magistrates’ Court. The development of the first BREEAM Outstanding building for Defra, veterinary and aquatic science laboratories. Richard is commercially focused and results orientated and is stimulated by change and challenge, he is currently working on personal and corporate resilience and branding.
Jack Hunter, Head of Improvements, Newcastle University
Jack is Head of Improvements within the Estate Support Service at Newcastle University. Responsible for a team of Building Surveyors and Building Services Engineers that oversee a wide variety of capital investment, long term maintenance and general improvements projects campus wide. Having recently made the switch from a Project Manager within the Capital team Jack is now looking to introduce new ways of working to the Improvements team such as improving overall efficiency, service level standards and has a longer term goal of modernising and digitising the Estates development teams as a whole.
Informal Topical Presentations & Discussions
AUDE Socially Distanced Club Workshop 4
Diana Hampson MBE - Director of Estates & Facilities, The University of Manchester
Diana Hampson is a chartered surveyor and has been Director of Estates and Facilities at The University of Manchester since 1997, responsible for all strategic and operational matters relating to the University’s property portfolio.
During this time Diana has steered the Directorate through the merger with UMIST in 2004 and has successfully delivered the most ambitious capital build programme in the history of UK Higher Education, creating new high quality facilities worth £750 million. Diana is now leading the delivery of a £1 billion Campus Masterplan which was announced by The University of Manchester in October 2012.
The estate for which Diana is responsible comprises over 887,000 square metres of academic, administrative, commercial, and residential accommodation on 667 acres of land, mainly in the City of Manchester but also some locations further afield.
Diana is Chair of the Corridor Manchester Executive, the Corridor Manchester Cross City Bus Working Group and the Corridor Manchester Transport and Estates Group.
Diana has been awarded an MBE for services to higher education and the community in Greater Manchester.
Trevor Wills, Director of Estates, Nottingham Trent University
Trevor is Director of Estates at Nottingham Trent University. Before joining NTU, he held the same position at the universities of Westminster and Plymouth, having previously worked in the NHS, private practice and the charity sector. Trevor is a chartered surveyor who believes that the key to success is building high-performing teams. With a passion for design, he is Deputy Chair of the Higher Education Design Quality Forum (HEDQF). As a lifelong learner himself, he maintains a keen interest in the development of people, particularly those who work in the many disciplines related to estates and facilities in higher education. Trevor is chair of AUDE’s Professional Development Group.