Today's housing; tomorrow's challenges
About the event
Since the coalition government came to power in May 2010 it has taken a big bang approach to reform announcing significant changes to the planning system, welfare, investment and social tenure. Their aim is to meet people's housing aspirations.
The government has its work cut out to achieve this against a background of the lowest levels of house building for decades, households across all tenures reporting that they are struggling to afford their housing costs and the average age of first time buyers rising. Our population is growing and ageing, millions of people are waiting for social housing, homelessness is rising and vulnerable people face cuts in support.
With such challenges and a radical shake up underway key decisions are being made across the housing sector. This event will bring together key experts involved with influencing and delivering those decisions to examine how they will impact on the future challenges of the sector. The day will be looking at:
• Economic context, austerity and growth
• Reshaping supported housing and the impact of an ageing population
• Welfare reform
• Future of renting
• Council housing finance
• Financing and financing costs for housing
Benefits of attending
• Receive up to date information on current changes within the sector
• Identify the possible impacts of future change and how it may effect the business strategies of your organisation
• Pick the brains of our expert panel of speakers on their views and opinions
• Listen to leading housing professionals and practitioners on the latest information & identify good practice in this area
• Receive a full and concise debrief summary report
• An excellent opportunity to network with fellow housing professionals and be involved in interactive discussions
Who should attendThis one day event is aimed at senior managers to middle managers, Chief Executives, Finance Directors and Directors of Housing. The event will also be of interest to anyone involved with steering their organisations through change, adapting to todays challenges and addressing future strategies.
Discounted CIH Member Rate £230 + VAT
Delegate Rate £260 + VAT
CIH Student Rate* £75 + VAT
* the delegate must be a CIH student with current CIH membership
Special offer: Book 2 delegates and send a third delegate for half price (all 3 bookings must be received together)
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The delegate price includes a comprehensive delegate pack, debrief summary report after the event, all refreshments and lunch. You will also earn up to 4 hours towards your CIH Continual Professional Development if you are a CIH Member.
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The CIH contact at the event will be Amanda Thurlow. She will be available at the registration desk throughout the event to help with any enquiries or problems.
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