21 October 2021




14:30 - 16:30

Join us for the launch of the 2021 UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper

The leading source of analysis on housing across the UK, packed with data about the housing market, social housing, benefits and homelessness.

This is a key event for all policy makers across the public and private housing sectors of the UK to look across our current housing landscape. You'll have the opportunity to come together with a selection of the UK Housing Review authors on our virtual events platform to network and discuss some of the key issues highlighted in this year's Autumn Briefing Paper.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Outlook for the homeownership market and first-time buyers after the pandemic
  • Homelessness trends and recent policy development in Scotland
  • Economic prospects
  • The stamp duty holiday and its effects
  • What does ‘levelling-up' mean for housing?
  • The continuing controversy over planning reform in England
  • Affordable housing investment across the UK
  • The zero carbon challenge

We'll be joined by a fantastic speaker line-up:

  • Peter Williams, departmental fellow at Cambridge University
  • Beth Watts, senior research fellow, I-SPHERE at Heriot-Watt University
  • Professor Mark Stephens of Glasgow University and editor of the UK Housing Review
  • Brian Robson, executive director (policy and public affairs), Northern Housing Consortium
  • Hannah Keilloh, policy and practice officer, Chartered Institute of Housing
  • John Perry, policy adviser, Chartered Institute of Housing
  • Chair: James Prestwich, director of policy and external affairs, Chartered Institute of Housing

Got questions about this event? Email or call 024 7685 1722.

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