Programme Announced for Development Partnership Forum - Building Resilience, Raising Quality … and Brexit?

21 March 2019


Housing Supply and Estate Regeneration


Hear from Richard Jones of Arcadis on his well-informed assessment of the continuing uncertainty and impact of Brexit on housing development, and Alistair McLeod of Waterstons on using data to build in resilience in housing businesses.


This Forum will also feature:

  • Professor Janice Morphet’s up to date findings on new house building by local councils
  • GLA’s approach to land intensification for housing development
  • An in-depth examination of Clarion’s next major housing development


This Forum will take place on Friday 5 April from 9:00 - 13:00 at The Housing Forum, 6 Floor, 1 Minster Court, Mincing Lane, London EC3R 7AA.



The Forum is extremely popular and it is best to book early. 


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Development Partnership Forum:
Building Resilience, Raising Quality … and Brexit?  






Registration, coffee and networking




Brexit: What will we be dealing with?

    Richard Jones - Partner, Arcadis 



Local Authority Housing Delivery - Latest Findings



Professor Janice Morphet, UCL

Industrial intensification and housing for London

    Sarah Birt - Housing and Land Team, Greater London Authority





Coffee break




Improving performance- the power of data; the power of culture


Whole life costs - managing information into data

    Alistair McLeod - Director, Waterstons

The Customer Journey and After-Care


Julie Shuter - Development, Director of Customer Care,  Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing




Major Settlements through Partnership: 
High Path and the Merton Regeneration Project

    Paul Quinn - Director of Merton Regeneration, Clarion Housing Group
    Alexandra Andone - Associate Architecture, PRP



Conclusions followed by Networking Lunch





About Development Partnership Forums

The Development Partnership Forum is an initiative from The Housing Forum to bring government and industry together to share best practice and support new entrants into housing development. It is a highly relevant initiative as government signals a range of measures to accelerate and increase house building.


Development Partnership Forums are held on a quarterly basis in London and the core cities to give a platform for government, agencies and the industry to better understand emerging policy, the development life cycle, commercial and construction considerations.