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Business and Property Court Launch Event

The Great Hall, Sutherland Building


Thursday 1st March 2018, 5.30pm – 7.30pm

The launch of the Business and Property Court in Newcastle will take place at Northumbria University in the Great Hall, Sutherland Building.

The event will start at 5.30pm with a welcome by the host, followed by words from the guest speakers. There will then be an opportunity to network with fellow guests where refreshments will be served.

Speakers will include:

Chancellor of the High Court, Sir Geoffrey Vos

Vice Chancellor of the County Palatine of Lancaster, Mr Justice Barling

His Honour Judge Philip Kramer

Pro Vice-Chancellor (Employability and Partnerships) at Northumbria University, Lucy Winskell OBE DL


 Click here for a copy of the Business & Property Court Newspaper and here to read the Northumbria news article.


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The University recognises the key role it has to play in caring for the environment and therefore we encourage the use of public transport by staff, students and visitors in order to reduce the environmental impact of commuting. The nearest metro stations are Haymarket and Manors. View the local metro map here.

City Centre Car Parks

There are many car parks in walking distance of City Campus. 

The nearest NCP car parks are

  • John Dobson Street 
  • New Bridge Street 

Please visit the NCP website for parking options.

Newcastle City Council Car Parks and On Street Parking

Newcastle City Council operates 8 city centre multi-storey car parks and 48 surface car parks.  Parking in the pay and display bays in all council operated multi-storey car parks is free after 5pm from Monday to Saturday (with the exception of Stadium car park).

For further information, please visit the Newcastle City Council website.

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Event Details

The Great Hall, Sutherland Building
Northumbria University
College Street
Newcastle upon Tyne


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