Social Housing Conference: Fixing the broken market
Britain is building 60,000 too few houses a year, creating an affordability crisis that has had a disproportionate impact on younger people.
Just 6,800 new homes are built for social rent each year while the number of new affordable homes has been halved. In response, the Government has published a white paper on “Fixing our broken housing market” and set aside £9 billion for its Affordable Homes Programme. Local authorities in areas with the greatest shortages have been encouraged to bid for money build new homes for social rent.
In the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, social landlords are under increased scrutiny and must ensure their properties meet the highest standards. At a time when resources are scarce, landlords face a difficult financial choice between maintaining existing housing stock and delivering the new affordable homes the UK needs.
Join us for the Social Housing Conference where experts from across the sector will explain how the UK can deliver affordable housing to meet growing demand.
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Who should attend?
Chief executives of housing associations, Deputy chief executives of housing associations, Directors of housing policy, Area managers, Sustainable Housing Advisors, Housing Experts, Housing Technology Advisors, Architects.
Heads of Housing Directors, Housing Managers, Regional Housing Managers, Chairs of Local Authorities, Caseworkers, Housing Project Managers, Community Relations Workers, Officials from Central Government, Devolved Institutions and Local Government, Social Workers, Housing Charity Workers, Housing Finance Directors and Housing Human Relations heads