CSA Conference postponed until 15th September

CSA, Conference, Mark Todd

After careful consideration, and in light of recent recommendations from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Public Heath England around the risks of Coronavirus, the Commissioning Management Association CSA) Management Committee has made the difficult decision to postpone the CSA’s 'Making Buildings Work' Conference, scheduled for March 31st at The Crystal, London.

CSA Chairman, Mark Todd, explains: “Following increased and overwhelming concerns about COVID-19, we felt this was the best way to proceed during such an unprecedented global situation. We are of course extremely disappointed that we are unable to hold this date for the many delegates that have already booked places, but we know it’s the right decision based on the information currently available to us.”

The event will now take place in the exact same format, on Tuesday 15th September 2020 at the same venue, by which time the Association hopes that the measures currently being put in place by UK Government will have had the desired effect. This postponement allows those who had already engaged with the event to simply roll forward their participation to this new September date, when the exact same event will be delivered, and supported by the same complement of Speakers and Sponsors.

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