The National Custom and Self Build Association held its 2020 Annual General Meeting online via Zoom on Tuesday 23 June.
As you know, the last 12 months has been a roller coaster for construction in general, and NaCSBA expects the sector to return to full activity following Covid 19, and be ready to step in to help meet the significant shortfall in housing expected following the crisis.
The last year also saw the first closure of the custom and self build registers on the 30 October 2019, providing a truly mixed picture of activity by local authorities around the registers. Based off the back of this, NaCSBA continues to lobby government to publish guidance for practice around the registers.
This year, for the first time the AGM is an online event, which supported NaCSBA in its ambition to engage more fully with its members, who cover the entire nation. This was confirmed by the fact that it had more people in attendance than at any other AGM in recent years.
NaCSBA members can log in to the Member Area to find out more about the presentations from the keynote speakers.
There you will find a link to the presentations, together with a link to a recording of the entire AGM.
Welcome, Chair, Michael Holmes
Keynote addresses – Charlie Luxton
Richard Bacon MP
Review of the year and looking forwards – Andrew Baddeley-Chappell
Membership update, Membership Representative, Calum Taylor
RTB Task Force update, Bryony Harrington & Peter Johns
Image: Ex Housing Minister Kit Malthouse and Richard Bacon in 2019.