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Welcome from James Prestwich

15:00

James Prestwich

James Prestwich

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Director of policy and external affairs, Chartered Institute of Housing

James Prestwich is the Director of Policy and External Affairs at the Chartered Institute of Housing. He joined CIH in early 2020 from the National Housing Federation (NHF) where he held the role of Head of Policy. Before joining the NHF in 2016, James had roles at the Department for Communities and Local Government, the Homes and Communities Agency and several housing associations.

Mark will discuss: 

  • Economic prospects
  • The stamp duty holiday and its effects

Presentation from Mark Stephens

15:05

Professor Mark Stephens

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professor, Glasgow University and editor of the UK Housing Review

Speaker information coming soon

Peter will discuss the outlook for the homeownership market and first-time buyers after the pandemic.

Presentation from Peter Williams

15:10

Peter Williams

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departmental fellow at Cambridge University and well-known expert on the private housing market

Speaker information coming soon

Mark will discuss: 

  • Economic prospects
  • The stamp duty holiday and its effects

Presentation from Mark Stephens

15:20

Professor Mark Stephens

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professor, Glasgow University and editor of the UK Housing Review

Speaker information coming soon

Beth will discuss homelessness trends and recent policy development in Scotland.

Presentation from Beth Watts

15:25

Beth Watts

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senior research fellow, I-SPHERE at Heriot-Watt University and expert on UK homelessness issues

Speaker information coming soon

Brian will look at what ‘levelling-up’ means for housing?

Presentation from Brian Robson

15:35

Brian Robson

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executive director (Policy & Public Affairs), Northern Housing Consortium

Speaker information coming soon

Hannah will cover the continuing controversy over planning reform in England.

Presentation from Hannah Keilloh

15:45

Hannah Keilloh

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Policy and practice officer, Chartered Institute of Housing

John will cover: 

  • Affordable housing investment across the UK
  • The zero carbon challenge.

Presentation from John Perry

15:50

John Perry

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policy adviser, Chartered institute of housing

Speaker information coming soon

This is your opportunity to ask our speakers your questions live. 

Question and answer

16:05

James Prestwich

James Prestwich

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Director of policy and external affairs, Chartered Institute of Housing

James Prestwich is the Director of Policy and External Affairs at the Chartered Institute of Housing. He joined CIH in early 2020 from the National Housing Federation (NHF) where he held the role of Head of Policy. Before joining the NHF in 2016, James had roles at the Department for Communities and Local Government, the Homes and Communities Agency and several housing associations.

John Perry

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policy adviser, Chartered institute of housing

Speaker information coming soon

Hannah Keilloh

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Policy and practice officer, Chartered Institute of Housing

Beth Watts

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senior research fellow, I-SPHERE at Heriot-Watt University and expert on UK homelessness issues

Speaker information coming soon

Professor Mark Stephens

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professor, Glasgow University and editor of the UK Housing Review

Speaker information coming soon

Brian Robson

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executive director (Policy & Public Affairs), Northern Housing Consortium

Speaker information coming soon

Close of event

16:30

James Prestwich

James Prestwich

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Director of policy and external affairs, Chartered Institute of Housing

James Prestwich is the Director of Policy and External Affairs at the Chartered Institute of Housing. He joined CIH in early 2020 from the National Housing Federation (NHF) where he held the role of Head of Policy. Before joining the NHF in 2016, James had roles at the Department for Communities and Local Government, the Homes and Communities Agency and several housing associations.