University Public Private Partnerships for skills, research

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					 University Public Private Partnerships for skills,
research, innovation and economic development:
             examples from the UK
 Presentation to FICCI Higher Education Summit, Delhi, 6 November 2009
                            Dr Chris Henshall
                 Pro Vice Chancellor for External Relations
                     Public-Private links in UK universities

   Contractual relationships
       Research: collaborative and contract
       Exploitation of Intellectual Property: Licensing
       Consultancy
       Continuing Professional Development for staff
   Public-Private Partnerships
       Provision and operation of student residences
       Exploitation of IP: formation of spin-out companies
       Recruitment and preparation of overseas students
       Vocational/customised PG and UG courses
       Economic development initiatives
                  PPPs for economic development

   Development of the University of York and
    the growth of the knowledge economy
    around it through three related Public
    Private Partnerships
       Science City York
       York Science Park
       Expansion of the University campus with
        integrated accommodation for businesses
                                              Science City York
   Strategic partnership between
       University of York; City of York; Yorkshire Forward (Regional
        Development Agency); business
   Endorsed by UK Government – five further Science Cities
    named to develop and exploit the model elsewhere
   Aims to maximise economic impact of University through
    aligning University, government and business activities to
    support the development of the knowledge economy
    around the University – the “Triple Helix” model
   Created 100 new companies and 3,000 new jobs in initial
   Current activities include:
       Cluster development (Bioscience; IT & digital; Creative;
        Business Services; Environmental)
       Draw-down of regional, national and EU funds for development
        of innovation infrastructure (eg £25+m of ERDF funding)
       Re-development of mining site with UK Coal for biorenewables
                                      York Science Park

   Partnership between
       University of York; P&O Holdings; private
        investors; local, regional and national government
   8.4 hectare site adjacent to University
   Anchor tenant: Smith & Nephew Global R&D HQ
   3 incubator buildings: Innovation Centre;
    Biocentre; IT Centre – total 10,000 sq metres
   Now built-out
       Total of 27,000 sq metres of office and lab space
       96 companies and 1,490 employees
                      University Campus Extension: 1
   Partnership between
       University of York; financial institutions; regional
        and national government; property developers
   £500m development over next 10 to 15 years
   Doubles size of University campus
       180 hectares including buffering and landscaping
       65 hectares to be developed at 23% footprint
   Up to 25 of the 65 hectares for university-related
    business use (three times current science park)
   Exciting opportunity to build an open innovation
    environment for business and academia
                       University campus extension: 2
   Initial complex of buildings
       £180m development, opening 2009-2010
       £65m from University; £35m from regional and
        central government; £80m from financial institutions
       New buildings for
           Computer Science; Theatre Film and Television;
            Management; Law
       Ron Cooke Hub to promote knowledge exchange
        between faculty, business and students
       Business accommodation in department buildings,
        Hub and Catalyst building (creative and digital
       Promoting further economic growth
                         Cluster 1 Visualisation

Viewed from North East
                                                  Hub building

Viewed from North East   Viewed from South East
               Hub building


         Main entrance

         Secondary entrance
Catalyst (incubator) building
                               Contact details

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