BCO Research Seminar, Year 2: The Government Hubs Programme

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The Civil Service is responding to the rapidly changing nature of work and leading the way by providing modern, flexible working environments.

Start Date / Time 10 May 2019 08:00
End Date / Time 10 May 2019 10:00
Venue 10 South Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London E14 4PH
Category BCO Research & Policy
National No
Region London and the South East
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members Yes

Description

Government Hubs are an enabler for the delivery of Civil Service transformation, regional growth and the government’s vision to strengthen the Union. Creating a network of Government Hubs will make it easier for public servants to work throughout the UK, within workplaces that promote Smarter Working and collaboration across traditional departmental boundaries. It will house a Brilliant Civil Service in modern, flexible workspaces – ensuring a more diverse workforce that better reflects all the nations in the UK. And it will release more surplus land to build homes and deliver better public services that are closer and more accessible to the communities which they serve.

The Government Property Agency has commissioned an independent four-year study to assess the quantitative and qualitative benefits of co-locating departments in hubs.

BCO will share the findings from the second year of research. This will be followed by a tour of 10 South Colonnade, the second Government Hub to be fully operation, housing 8 Government departments.

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AGENDA

08.00 Registration (breakfast provided)

08.30 Introduction

08.40 Presentation of year 2 GPU research:

  • Adam Mactavish, Operations Director, Currie & Brown
  • Elizabeth Greenhill, Associate, Currie & Brown

09.05 Panel discussion, joined by:

  • Martin Sellar, Programmes Director, GPA
  • Frazer Smith, Director of Estates Transformation, HMRC

09.15 Q&A

09.30 Building tours

10.00 Event close