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Choose to Build to Rent
This first Breakfast Briefing for 2020 will consider the growth of Build to Rent and how this newer housing market is being shaped.
Who is developing and where and what could we expect for the future?
This breakfast panel session will provide an opportunity to look at the big picture; consider the offer to the customer in the current market and the changing range of building typologies in this sector.
This cross-sector member event ...
Our first Breakfast Briefing of 2020 considered the growth of Build to Rent (BTR) and how this newer housing market is being shaped.
The full insight report from the event is now available to download for free - it includes a practical assessment of investment, business models, customer offers and the changing range of building typologies in this sector.
The BTR sector is growing very fast: 15% in the past year alone, with about 60% of institutional investors now ...
After an eventful year with a series of announcements on affordable and social housing, the Letwin Review proposing a mix of tenure on larger sites and a consultation on new routes into affordable home ownership, including private sector shared ownership, the final CEO Forum in 2018 reviewed how far we have got in increasing supply.
The Forum also explored prospects for the domestic housing market in 2019 and the ongoing impact of Brexit on the housing industry.
We are delighted to announce The Housing Forum's updated autumn & winter events programme for 2018.
If you would like further information about any of our events, please do contact us via email@example.com.
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The subject matter and discussion for The Housing Forum's July CEO Forum, hosted by NHBC, was balancing government targets with diversity in housing supply.
Richard Donnell, Research and Insight Director, Hometrack covered trends in tenures and the market in general. NHBC’s figures shows starts are down 6.4% for the affordable sector and 4.6% for the private sector in the 12 months to April 2018.
There followed a discussion regarding individual ...
Building the Future: National Conference Report 2018
Thank you to all of the housing and construction professionals who attended our 2018 Conference: ‘Building The Future’. The Housing Forum have hosted a National Conference every year for the past two decades. It is the major event in our annual programme.
We have compiled a report for our 2018 National Conference that you can download below, and we are also grateful for the support of our conference ...
The programme for our 2018 National Conference will explore the theme ‘Building the Future’; with a range of expert speakers from across the sector.
We're delighted today to announce the programme for the day, which will also include a walking tour around the fascinating new built environment at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, followed by a networking drinks reception.
The four main elements of the national conference will focus on:
CEOs of The Housing Forum member organisations share insights on the effects of exiting the EU on house building, shared ownership programmes, the build for rent sector and on UK manufacturing into the housing market.
The conclusions of the Forum are:
- In the aftermath of the EU referendum, significant confidence still remains in the housing sector.
- The result has not changed the fact that there is a serious, long term under supply of housing in all ...
In his opening remarks, Stephen Teagle spoke of Bristol as a vibrant city with a commitment to delivery, social enterprise and leadership as evidenced by the Mayoral Housing Commission which focused the approach to housing supply.
The focus of this forum is on new supply side partnerships and adjustments to the delivery challenges as the finer details of the government’s manifesto commitments become clear.
More Homes for London- a special members Housing Forum event with Lord Bob Kerslake, Chair of the London Housing Commission and featuring the four member and authors of “Superdensity The Sequel" took place on Friday 9th October.
Lord Bob Kerslake, chair of the London Housing Commission set out the objectives – to examine how to double housing output in London and maintain this over a period of time as if this is not addressed, there will be a serious economic ...