20 OCTOBER 2021 | 9 30 – 17 30
Location: Amba Hotel, Marble Arch, London
Online option available for those unable to attend on the day
We look forward to welcoming you on 20 October to The Housing Forum’s 2021 National Conference, ’Fit for the Future’ – a premier housing event.
Our sector has shown great resilience and through our webinars, working groups and member interaction, The Housing Forum has supported innovation and agile approaches to dealing with the pandemic and the challenges of delivering more quality affordable homes.
The theme of taking opportunities and tackling challenges will see this major event provide a catalyst for continued progress across housing.
Leading sector figures will cover the full range of issues and opportunities on key themes outlined in the agenda. There’s an exhibition and networking opportunities culminating in an early evening drinks reception to formally launch the Futures Network – the next generation of leaders supporting advancements in our sector.
We’ve had over 1600 attend webinars so far this year and successfully held hybrid events so whether you are attending in person or online you’ll be able to take part in this premier knowledge exchange.
INSIGHTS: on the way forward for the housing market; its prospects and challenges from opinion leaders, government and The Housing Forum members
UNDERSTANDING: of the implications of the profound change Decarbonisation will have on the housing sector and what government needs to do to support the significant changes required.
INSPIRATION: take back to your workplace innovative approaches and practical solutions to dealing with the challenges and taking advantage of the opportunities.
The Housing Forum – As a cross sector not-for-profit, independent organisation, The Housing Forum is uniquely placed to influence policy and inform practice in the way projects are procured and delivered. With a growing membership of 150+ organisations, from both the public and private sectors, are determined to drive quality in design, construction and maintenance of housing in UK housing. All members of The Housing Forum have a commitment to partnership working and share in our vision of ‘A Quality Home for All’.
Our members represent more than 1m Homes Managed, 75k Homes in the construction pipeline and more than £15b combined annual turnover.
“We value The Housing Forum’s cross sector membership and the breadth of the discussions that offers. In particular, we have found it really useful to listen to a range of different voices including Local Authorities, housing associations, construction companies, manufacturers and consultants all around one table.”
~ Homes England