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Remobilising Public Estates: Perfect Circle announces second webisode

19 . 05 . 20
Millions of community assets across the country are currently closed in a bid to combat the spread of COVID 19

In a bid to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the most vulnerable in society, millions of community assets across the country are currently closed.

While it is difficult to predict when services are likely to re-open to the public, it is important that local authorities are prepared for a full and compliant reactivation so communities can start to re-build real life connections after a period of isolation.

As part of the new and virtual CC Live series, our second webisode will discuss how the public sector can effectively remobilise buildings following the period of lockdown and help communities get back the services they rely on.

CC Live, hosted by Cartwright Communications, is a series of webcasts or ‘webisodes’ designed to help everyone stay connected. They are short, snappy and informative broadcasts, professionally produced and presented by former TV presenters.

Each episode features conversations with industry leaders from a variety of sectors – followed by a live Q&A session – as everyone works through the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.

A few weeks ago, we hosted our first webisode as part of CC Live, which looked at maintaining engagement in lockdown. Missed out? No need to worry – you can watch the full webcast here.

Episode two: Remobilising Public Estates

Register today to join us for our second episode, which takes place on Friday, 29 May at 2pm.

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Speakers:

Ned Roberts, Director for outsourced facilities management at Gleeds

Ned, who has more than 20 years' experience in the construction and property industry, leads an account team that provides reactive maintenance across more than 5,500 sites across the UK. He will be sharing tips for what local authorities should be doing during the lockdown period to ensure reactivation of public buildings can be done efficiently and cost effectively.

Darren Smith, Partner at Knights plc

Darren is a partner with extensive experience working with those facing criminal prosecutions brought by public bodies and regulators including; Trading Standards Officers, Health & Safety Executive, the Environment Agency, and the environmental health departments of local authorities and regulators. He will be speaking about the importance of maintaining statutory compliance and how this can be achieved. He will also be providing thought leadership on the impact of COVID-19 on the insurance industry and the implications for landlords and estate owners.

Chris Norton, Associate director for outsourced facilities at Gleeds

Chris has been working in facilities management for more than 20 years and is now an associate director in Gleeds' facilities management department. He will be discussing how the use of office buildings and other workspaces are likely to change post-lockdown.

Nigel McCarthy, Framework delivery director at Perfect Circle

Nigel has experience in both the public and private sector, advising on the implementation of management systems, supply chain management and procurement. He will be talking about how the remobilisation of buildings – along with the occupation of buildings – will change in the future, and whether the pandemic and new ways of working will lead to the reinvigoration of the high street.

Register and join us for our second CC Live episode – we look forward to seeing you there.

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