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37 SHOW PREVIEW HOMES 2017


In partnership with the National Housing and National Leasehold Group, HOMES 2017 is the only housing event in the UK dedicated to residential development, strategic asset management and procurement solutions.


sector, HOMES is an opportunity to explore the latest thinking on housing supply, discover the latest housing innovations, speak to leading housing suppliers and be inspired by the expert minds in housing.


A LEARNING


HOMES boasts the housing sector’s largest free (fee applies to commercial organisations) learning programme, offering talks, seminars and panel debates.


Five theatres will cover topics including strategic asset management, residential development, efficiency, fire safety, home ownership, planning, regeneration, technology, people, finance and build-to-rent.


Senior representatives from the Government, local authorities, housing associations and the commercial sector ensure every base is covered in addressing the sector’s key challenges at HOMES.


STRATEGIC ASSET MANAGEMENT The strategic asset management stream of sessions will explore the latest thinking and best practice around repairs and maintenance, strategic asset management, partnership models and innovations in energy management. Set in an environment for informed debate and discussion, attendees will leave with a tool kit of take-home solutions which can be implemented straight away.


BUILD-TO-RENT


Build-to-rent is now seen as a realistic solution to the housing crisis. The increase in build to rent developments is a true sign of this, especially in the capital, where large scale sites are providing quality and affordable homes. HOMES will present a stream which is dedicated to this tenure.


FINANCE, EFFICIENCY & TECHNOLOGY Since the 1 per cent rent reduction there has been an increasing onus on the sector to provide value for money and to deliver cost savings. This


ttended by over 3,000 housing sector professionals from housing associations, local authorities and the commercial


stream of sessions will showcase how organisations are realising savings and efficiencies through innovative financial management, which is underpinned by current and emerging technologies.


RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT Residential development of new homes, across all tenures, is at the forefront of the sector’s mind. Across the two there will be leading content to help attendees get to grips with the latest innovations and thinking, which can help companies meet the housing supply challenge.


KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE...


• Sir Edward Lister, chairman, Homes and Communities Agency


• Jayne Dunn (labour), Cabinet member for neighbourhoods and community safety, Sheffield City Council


• Professor Paul Cheshire, department for geography and environment, London School of Economics


• Ann Santry CBE, chief executive, Soverign • Claire Kober (labour), leader, Haringey Council


• Trudi Elliott CBE, chief executive, Royal Town Planning Institute


HOMES 2017 takes place at Olympia, London 22-23 November 2017. Secure your free (fee applies to commercial organisations) ticket today at


HOMESEVENT.CO.UK/VISIT WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


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