Friday, 28 April 2017

The Big Housing debate

Tuesday 6.12.16 Manchester | Wednesday 7.12.16 Birmingham | Thursday 8.12.16 London

Find out what this means for your organisation

  • £1.4bn extra cash to build 40,000 affordable homes, with restrictions on grant funding relaxed
  • £2.3bn Housing Infrastructure Fund to pave way for up to 100,000 new homes to be built in areas of high demand
  • £3.15bn of the Affordable Homes Programme will be given to London to deliver 90,000 homes
  • New regional pilots of the Right To Buy extension, allowing more than 3,000 tenantsto buy their properties
  • £1.7bn to pilot “accelerated construction” on public sector land
  • Letting agents to be banned from charging fees in the private rented sector
  • Confirmation that compulsory Pay to Stay will not be implemented for councils                         

Vicky Pryce (economist and business consultant) and Terrie Alafat CBE (chief executive, Chartered Institute of Housing) and other key housing figures will discuss what the impact of the Autumn Statement will be for the sector. You can take part and shape a report which will be distributed to central and local government. 

Speakers include:

  • Vicky Pryce, economist and business consultant
  • Terrie Alafat CBE, chief executive, Chartered Institute of Housing
  • Ian Munro, group chief executive, New Charter Group
  • Paul Beardmore, executive director, Manchester Place
  • Clive Skidmore, head of housing development, Birmingham City Council
  • Philippa Jones, chief executive, Bromford
  • Lindsay Judge, Senior Research and Policy Analyst, The Resolution Foundation
  • Ian Burnett, Chief Executive, United Living

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Booking information

CIH Member Rate: £249 + VAT
Standard Rate: £299 + VAT

Manchester: 6 December 2016
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Birmingham: 7 December 2016
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London: 8 December 2016