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Breakfast Briefings

 

Breakfast Briefings from The Housing Forum focus on industry initiatives and policy issues that may impact the housing and construction sector.

 

These briefings provide an opportunity to proactively examine regulatory changes and reflect issues back to government. The events are also a forum to discuss emerging industry topics and consider the bigger picture.

 

Hosted in London and regional cities, these cross-sector panel events are typically attended by members of The Housing Forum, national and local government, academics and industry influencers.

 

Next event:

 

Friday 24 January (08:30 - 10:30)

In partnership with Memery Crystal

 

 


 

 

 

Past events:

 

 

27 September 2019, London.

In partnership with Baily Garner, Clarion, Fusion Building Systems, ilke Homes, Kingspan and Trowers & Hamlins

 

Speakers: 

  • Robert Clark – Head of Business and Product Development – Fusion Building Systems

  • Katie Saunders – Partner, Trowers & Hamlins

  • David Cordery – Partner, Trowers & Hamlins

  • Sanjiv Sangha – Technical Manager, Southern Housing Group

  • John Milner – Equity Partner, Baily Garner

  • Jeff Endean – Director, Cast Consultancy

 


 

12 April 2019, London.

In partnership with Osborne: 

  • Brexit - implications for Housing

 

Speakers: 

  • Chair: Caroline Compton-James - Director Strategy and Communications, Osborne

  • Professor Tony Travers - Director, LSE London

  • Teresa Borsuk - Senior Partner, Pollard Thomas Edwards

  • Richard Jones, Head of Residential and Regeneration, Arcadis

 


 

24 January 2019, London.

In partnership with Galliford Try Partnerships: 

  • Delivering Genuinely Affordable Homes in Partnership

 

Speakers: 

  • Stephen Teagle - Chief Executive, Galliford Try Partnerships

  • Alan Strickland - Director of Strategy and Public Affairs, Optivo (formerly Cabinet Member for Housing Haringey Council)

  • Caroline Compton-James - Director of Strategy and Communications, Osborne

  • Tracey Kerly - Chief Executive, Ashford Borough Council