Development Partnership Forum: The New Politics of Housing27 January 2020
Development Partnership Forum: The New Politics of Housing
Friday 14 February, London (09:30 - 13:00)
What measures will the new government bring in to address housing issues across the nation?
Safety and supply will continue to be very important issues. In this first Development Partnership Forum for 2020, we will examine government priorities and direction in building quality and home safety.
We will also cover local council housebuilding and building approaches for climate change and the green agenda.
09.00 Registration, coffee and networking
09.30 Updates on government policy; The National Design Guide and "Living with Beauty", (final report of the Building Better Building Beautiful Commission)
Andy von Bradsky, Head of Architecture, MHCLG
10.00 Building for Quality; Building for Safety; Competencies and Ethics in the second machine age
Andrew Mellor, Partner, PRP
Becky Hickman, Executive Head of Business Development, RoSPA
Richard Harral, Technical Director, Chartered Institute of Building Engineers
11.00 Coffee and networking break
11.30 Partnerships in Practice; latest in local council house building
Caroline Pillay, Senior Partner, Airey Miller
Diana Barrett, Consultant Solicitor, Housing & Regneration, Capsticks
Local Council Practitioners Panels
Shelagh Grant, Chief Executive, The Housing Forum
12.15 Re-balancing the provision of new homes to support the climate change agenda
Adam Cunnington, CEO, Public Sector Plc
Place making with a green agenda
Laura Tracey, Associate Director, CBRE
13.00 Conclusions followed by Networking Lunch