Communities flourish in places which receive long-term care, attention and investment.

When this doesn’t happen, it can lead to a breakdown in trust and the sense that areas and people are being ‘left behind’. Some people are forced from their home towns due to unaffordable private market rents, whilst in some areas existing stock is crying out for investment to bring it up to date with today’s quality expectations.

New for 2020, the Regeneration and Development Conference is the ideal opportunity for public, private and non-profit organisations to take stock of the operating environment and build the relationships needed to tackle the housing crisis together.

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Book your place by Friday 20 December to save £50.

Key themes

Improve quality: explore the latest on building regulations, and learn more about the approaches taken by different providers to boost the safety, sustainability and condition of the homes they offer.

Increase delivery: discuss the changes needed for our land and planning systems, and explore development finance options, from grant to private placement.

Working in partnership: meet a wide variety of developers from across the country to understand and discuss opportunities for greater collaboration.

Focus on MMC: take part in a series of intensive workshops the day before the conference to focus on scaling up delivery via new construction methods, and how to get buy-in from key stakeholders.

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