HBF POLICY CONFERENCE - Early booking ends 8 February 2019
Coming just 72 hours before Brexit day, the HBF Policy Conference will be seeking to make sense of what that looming deadline will mean to the housebuilding industry.
Communities secretary James Brokenshire will address the conference, giving the government view of what lies in store and how the industry can help deliver its target of 300,000 homes a year.
Charged with looking ahead at the market and the economy are Christine Whitehead, emeritus professor of housing at the London School of Economics, and Savills’ director of residential research Lucian Cook. Professor Whitehead will deliver the first John Stewart Memorial Presentation, named after the HBF director of economic affairs who died aged just 69 in 2018.
McCarthy & Stone ceo John Tonkiss will talk about the retirement housebuilder’s new strategy in a challenging market while Mark Farmer of Cast will discuss the important topics of skills and modern methods of construction. An expert panel will debate the issues surrounding diversity and inclusion in the sector and discuss what the future housebuilding industry should look like.
With HBF experts such as executive chairman Stewart Baseley and planning director Andrew Whitaker also on the agenda, and under the careful stewardship of chair Natalie Elphicke, ceo of The Housing and Finance Institute, the conference is essential for anyone involved in the UK housebuilding sector and interested in the drive to increase UK new homes supply.
**DON'T MISS OUT **
Following a record sell out of the previous two years - we recommend you book early to avoid missing out!
EARLY BOOKING ENDS 8 FEBRUARY
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Early Booking Ends 8 February - book now!
|HBF Member Early Booking||£390.00 (£325.00 excl. VAT)||Ticket not available anymore|
|Non HBF Member Early Booking||£486.00 (£405.00 excl. VAT)||Ticket not available anymore|
|HBF MEMBER||£426.00 (£355.00 excl. VAT)|
|NON MEMBER||£522.00 (£435.00 excl. VAT)|
|Please ring 020 7960 1646 if you are unsure whether your company has HBF membership|