The Government has pledged a number of reforms to housing policy with particular focus on social housing, ownership and safety. Some of the changes include changes to Right to Buy, Help to Buy, abolishing no fault evictions, bringing forward Hackitt review recommendations in a forthcoming Building Safety Bill and a Social Housing White Paper, to name but a few.
Join us on the 24th November to receive an up-to-date brief on what housing policy will look like under the new Government. You will hear on the latest proposals for reform, what these mean for your organisation's current and future stock as well as thought leader's top-tips on what the direction of travel means for you.
- Understand the latest housing policy reforms and what they mean for you and your organisation
- Explore the reforms to building regulations in line with Hackitt review recommendations
- Examine the roll-out of Universal Credit and its impact on rent arrears and vulnerable tenants
- Review the proposed simplification to shared ownership models for housing associations
- Next Steps: What will housing policy look like following significant reforms and how can you plan best for it?
- Emma Fraser, Director—Housing Markets and Strategy, MHCLG
- Alistair Smyth, Director of External Affairs and Social Investment, Guinness Partnership
- Julia Park, Head of Housing Research, Levitt Bernstein
- Eamon McGoldrick, Chief Executive, National Federation of ALMOs
- Andy Winter, Chief Executive, Brighton Housing Trust
- Kitson Keen, Head of Built to Rent, Home Group
- Scott Sanderson, Partner, PRP
Due to current uncertainty surrounding live events and restrictions around social distancing, this event will now take place online.
As a delegate you can expect:
- High quality and timely content as you would expect in a face-to-face event
- Facilitated Q&A and panel discussions to put your questions to expert speakers
- Access to recordings from all conference sessions post-event
- Scheduled breaks throughout the day to minimise screen fatigue
- CPD accreditation on request for all registrants
- Delivered via Zoom Webinar, an accessible and user-friendly platform
Who should attend?
Delegates will be drawn from anyone with an interest in housing policy under the new government, including: Local Authorities; Housing Associations; ALMOs; elected members; solicitors & legal teams; & advice providers.
Our events are CPD certified. This event is equivalent to 3 CPD points.
A certificate is available on request post-event to all attendees.
Please note that all speakers and the agenda are subject to change without notice.
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