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Why attend the Future of Housing conference?

If the Government are to hit their target of delivering 300,000 new homes by 2025 without compromising on home quality, then the entire housing sector must come together to share assets, knowledge and best practice.

The Future of Housing is designed to unite the leaders of the industry; to inspire new initiatives, drive the use of technologies and provide a platform for questioning policy experts.

More details about the 2021 programme to follow soon, but we’ll be looking at funding opportunities and policy updates, as well as innovation in the areas of supply, tenant welfare and sustainability.

Topics covered this year included:

Digital Transformation

Tenant Engagement

Sustainable Homes

Policy Updates

Land & Supply

Funding Opportunities

Sponsors

Talk face-to-face with a group of handpicked organisations, all exhibiting in February 2021

Testimonials

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
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
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
The sort of event that’s a pleasure to attend – competent staff, thought provoking sessions and excellent networking opportunities
NMT - Islington Council
A conference that delivers clear insight into methods that lead to improvement whilst allowing sufficient time to network and share ideas.
Director of Operations - Housing for Women
The event included speakers from a diverse group of organisations involved in the housing sector which helped to provide an insight into both customers and suppler approaches. The event will help spark debate and possibly new thinking and ways of working within organisations.
Energy Manager - London Borough of Ealing

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