What’s next for housing construction?
The current and forecasted economic position of the UK and the consequences for us and our industry.
- Key findings from five inspirational speakers
- Fresh ideas to transform the future of housing
- New connections and exciting relationships formed
“All UK industries face important challenges in the years ahead and housing construction is certainly no exception. I am passionate about bringing change, about creating places for people to live, work and play – about delivering high quality housing and the infrastructure needed to support these new communities.
“That’s why it is so important to me to be able to bring you all together in one room; to hear our experts, to gain valuable knowledge, and to understand the part we can all play in working together to face the issues challenging our industry today and in the future. It’s about making a difference.”
Robert Boughton, Group Managing Director
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Knowledge, insight & expert opinions
Head of Planning South East, Savills
Charlie Collins specialises in strategic development, planning promotions and applications, green belt and CIL. His focus is on the housing sector.
Director, Residential Research, Savills
Lucian Cook is one of the country’s most respected housing market commentators, having been a director in the Savills research team since 2007.
Director of the CPS and Editor-in-Chief of CapX
Robert Colvile is Director of the CPS and Editor-in-Chief of CapX. He was previously head of comment at the Daily and Sunday Telegraph and news director at BuzzFeed UK, as well as an editor, columnist and lead writer with the Telegraph.
Group Managing Director, Thakeham Group
Robert Boughton is Group Managing Director of Thakeham Group. Thakeham has grown into one of the most successful developers and placemakers in the South East of England and is now listed as a “Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100” company.
Home Builders Federation
John Slaughter has a general representational role at the Home Builders Federation (HBF) and is also responsible for a wide range of policy issues at both national and regional level.