NaCSBA’s second Custom and Self Build Conference 2023 is an essential day of CPD and insight for anyone working in the custom and self build sector.
Taking place on the 14 November at the NSBRC, Swindon, the one-day event follows Right to Build Day 2023, the 30 October date when another base period for local authority custom and self build registers closes.
While open to the wider industry, NaCSBA members benefit from FREE tickets to the conference 2023 – with two per member (or five for Corporate Gold members). Look out for a member email with the code for joining for free, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A must-attend event for anyone in development or planning, the conference 2023 is unique opportunity to examine some of the themes and strategies that underpin activity in the owner-commissioned homes sector. The day will bring together operatives from across the sector, from land promoters to custom build enablers to planners.
14 November 2023, 9:30-4:30 at the NSBRC in Swindon
The 2023 conference will focus on the hottest topics affecting stakeholders working across custom and self build, including:
Planning • Policy • Data • Delivery
Running order to be confirmed, but sessions include:
- Custom Build Models
- Measuring Demand
- Percentage Policies
- Self Build Registers
- Planning System
- Market Prospects
- The Economic Case for CSB
Speakers TBC. Programme subject to change.
Attendees will enjoy a complimentary networking buffet lunch and are able to look around the inspiring National Self Build and Renovation Centre – the must-visit venue for every self builder.
Delegate pass: £195+VAT (£234 incl VAT)
Who should attend:
- Custom build enablers
- Land promoters
- Package and build system manufacturers
- Product and service suppliers
- Green energy suppliers
- Planners and consultants
- Businesses operating in the custom and self build sector
About the 2022 conference.
Last year’s delegates heard from a range of influential speakers, including MPs, Homes England and leading industry figures on key themes, such as planning and BNG. Find out more about the 2022 conference.
Feedback from past attendees was overwhelmingly positive – here are just some of the comments we received:
“The conference was well organised and covered an excellent range of discussion points and the topics covered by the individual speakers were of excellent quality. They were clearly well versed in their subject areas.”
“The conference offered great insight into the changing practice around custom and self build. It was interesting to hear from a variety of speakers who were focused on encouraging and educating on the benefits and process of developing the sector across the UK.”
“I found the conference very interesting. I felt the range of topics covered was all encompassing and demonstrated where the opportunities lie in supporting people to build their own home.”