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Making the housing white paper deliver for the East Midlands - joint event with HCA


15 May 2017 - Nottingham

About the event

Venue: Homes and Communities Agency, Apex Court, City Link, Nottingham NG2 4LA

Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm

This event will explore the ways in which the Government’s approach to “fixing our broken housing market” can help to deliver more homes across all tenures in our region. There will be inputs from a senior HCA manager, local authorities, housing associations and the housebuilding industry.

Benefits of attending

The event aims to share good practice, innovation and positive approaches to bringing about the step-change in housing delivery the Government wants to see.

Booking information

This event is free for members and £30 + VAT for non-members.

Members - click on the book button and book your place using your CIH membership number and password.

Non-members - Are you a non-member of CIH or is this your first time using the website to book an event?

Click on book - you will then be asked to register your details in order for your booking to be processed. Please note once you have registered you will not need to do this again, instead you will need to log in using your username and password.

Alternatively contact regions@cih.org quoting reference: REEM150517 - we will then send you a booking form.

Non CIH members, please note if you cancel within 3 days of the event or do not attend you will be charged the full fee.



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