We’re delighted to announce Emily Slupek will be joining the NLA London Expert Panel for Innovation Districts.

NLA’s new series of Expert Panels bring together industry experts from across the NLA membership to advise on their core programmes, provide thought-leadership on design, development and construction in London and respond to new policies or consultations.

London and the Golden Triangle contains the strongest biosciences cluster in Europe studying genomics, digital health, artificial intelligence in healthcare, and neuroscience; the greatest concentration of top universities in the world; as well as clusters of global tech companies.

The panel will develop findings from NLA’s recent Knowledge Networks report, to focus on the design and delivery of spaces for the science, tech and innovation sectors to support the burgeoning knowledge economy, and the clustering of businesses across the region to foster innovation.

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“I'm very excited to have been invited to join the NLA Innovation Districts expert panel, and what a fantastic list of sector experts to be on the panel with. Looking forward to some interesting discussions and being at the forefront of science thought leadership.”
— Emily Slupek, Project Director & Science Sector Lead

Emily leads Buro Four’s Science & Research sector and has significant experience in helping clients deliver complex projects. Her recent experience includes working with developers, funders and tenants to deliver major science developments at science parks at both Oxford and Cambridge.

Buro Four are an independent project management company with a an extensive track record of successfully delivering complex science and innovation projects across the UK for developers, funders and tenants alike. Having delivered major projects in key locations including Cambridge BioMedical Campus, Stevenage BioScience Campus, Manchester Oxford Road Corridor and Liverpool Knowledge Quarter, Buro Four has a valuable insight into the components required for the Science & Innovation Parks of the future.