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Future of Housing 2019

There are now just two weeks until we kick off the conference and over 85% of tickets have already been allocated.

Taking place on the 28th March 2019 at the QEII Centre London, this one-day event will bring together 250+ professionals from Housing Associations & Government Officials to discuss the future landscape of housing in the UK.

Group booking discount available: 1st- £199+VAT, 2nd - £149+VAT, Subsequent places - £129+VAT

Why attend the Future of Housing Conference?

As housing remains right at the top of the Government’s priorities, and with uncertainties surrounding its future, there has never been a more appropriate time to discuss and question reforms to the sector.

This timely conference will bring together policy leaders, housing associations and suppliers to discuss the biggest challenges facing the future of the housing sector, as well as showcasing best practice case studies from across the UK.

What changes are being implemented following the Social Housing Green Paper? How will Brexit and welfare reforms affect associations and their residents? How do we deliver an exceptional service to tenants when faced with budget cuts? These questions, and many more, will be addressed at the Future of Housing Conference 2019.

Social Housing Green Paper
Brexit & GDPR
Universal Credit
Housing Standards & Fire Safety
Community Investment & Engagement
Digital Transformation

All of these topics will be covered at length in the agenda

New Speaker Confirmed:

James Brokenshire MP

Secretary of State - Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government

James will be presenting the opening keynote: Housing as the 'First Social Service': Key Housing Policy Updates & Future Direction

2019 Speakers Include:

James Brokenshire MP
Secretary of State
Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (Confirmed)
Tom Walker
Deputy CEO
Homes England (Confirmed)
Asha Vyas
Programme Manager - Transformation
Havering Council (Confirmed)
Emma Owens
Head of Customer Accounts
Curo Group (Confirmed)
Doug Bacon
Head of Commercial
Home Group (Confirmed)
Mark Baigent
Place Directorate
London Borough of Tower Hamlets (Confirmed)
Leslie Channon
Board Member
TPAS (Confirmed)
Paul Augarde
Director of Placemaking
Poplar Harca (Confirmed)
Caroline Davies
Director of Property Services
Orbit Housing Group (Confirmed)
Rob Wray
Chief Innovation Officer
Housing Association Charitable Trust (HACT) (Confirmed)
Justin Crittall
Head of Innovation
Vivid Homes (Confirmed)
Jonathan Drake
Service Director for Business Development
Salix Homes (Confirmed)

2019 Sponsors Include:


Great day, lots of excellent new content and areas for further investigation. Highly recommended

Head of IT, CityWest Homes

As an employee new to working in the housing sector I found the conference interesting & informative. I took plenty of action points away with me, generating a list of questions I had about by organisation own. A useful experience, I look forward to the next one

ICT Support Officer, Langley House Trust

Really interesting and engaging event

Policy, Service Development & Partnerships Officer, Royal Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames Council

A well organised event with good speakers and useful seminars

Tenant Involvement Coordinator, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

An extremely well organised event with interesting and engaging topics, great speakers and thought provoking presentation content

Business Unit Support Analyst, South Cambridgeshire District Council

Nice event with some great speakers, gave a real vision of what the future holds for housing associations

IT & Data Manager, Golden Lane Housing Ltd

This should become a key event in the housing calendar for organisations wishing to drive forward digital service transformation

Policy, Service Development & Partnerships Manager, Royal Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames Council

Tickets & Registration

This popular, highly interactive one-day conference is a must-attend in the Housing calendar. Benefit from:
  • A programme delivered by leading policy makers and decision makers across the Housing sector
  • The opportunity to solve strategic problems by sharing ideas and solutions with over 300 of your peers
  • Discover new ways to ensure that the future of the Housing in the UK meets the population’s needs

QEII Centre, London

In the very heart of Westminster, The Queen Elizabeth II Centre is ideally located to take advantage of everything London has to offer.

Uniquely situated in the shadow of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye, the award-winning, purpose-built events venue is perfectly placed for you to experience London’s many cultural attractions.

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