Housing associations continue to be ambitious by finding new and innovative ways of building the homes their communities need now and in the future. The National Housing Federation’s National Development Conference and Exhibition has been designed to provide housing associations and local authorities with the information and guidance they need to deliver their bold development ambitions that respond to our current housing challenges.
The event, taking place on 7th November in London, is dedicated to understanding and overcoming the challenges of development nationally. Hear the latest thinking from the new Government on how they plan to address the housing crisis and take forward their plans to fix the broken housing market.
This year delegates will have access to rich streams of additional content as the event is co-located with the London Development Conference. Focused sessions and breakouts will cover the topics that matter to housing specifiers right now including delivering accelerated construction, accessing development finance, mixed-tenure development and supporting the developing of community led housing projects.
Housing professionals will have the opportunity to network with housing association development teams, local authorities, planners, architects, lenders, developers and housebuilders from across the UK. The exhibition will also provide visitors with the chance to meet leading suppliers in the industry to help create and grow new ideas their organisations.
Top speakers will provide the guidance and information housing professionals need from inside and outside the sector. This year’s speakers include Helen MacNamara, Director General, Housing and Planning, Department for Communities and Local Government, Roger Keeling, Strategic Asset Management Director from Sovereign, Maggie McCann, Development Director Orbit.
The full programme is now available to view online. To download the brochure and book your place go to www.housing.org.uk/development quoting priority code NDEV1117LABM on your booking. Group discounts are also available – book three places and get £150 off. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7067 1066.