As news that three more councils will receive funding under the primary capital programme, Building hosts a live debate on winning work in the sector

Building is hosting a live text debate about the future of primary school investment tomorrow at 10am as part of its two-day Education Now virtual conference.

The debate will focus on the Primary Capital programme, which promises to be worth £1.9bn over the next three years.

The online discussion comes as Partnerships for Schools confirmed funding for three local authorities, Hammersmith and Fulham, Leicesterhire and Medway, to progress plans for delivery of schemes under the Primary Capital Programme.

To talk about the issues and answer your questions we will have Paul Turpin of HLM Architects, who has worked on many schools projects and Phil Clark, editor in chief digital communities, who has reported widely on education for Building.