Following a year of online events, HOMES UK makes a return to a live format this autumn at Excel in London on 23-24 November. The event is the ideal opportunity for housing professionals to come together as they work to meet the current challenges facing housing delivery in the UK.
While focussing on social and affordable housing practice, the event deals with universal themes that all housing delivery organisations face, unpicking common challenges and sharing best practice.
This year’s show is split into five themes.
Building quality and safety
- Fire safety
- Tenant engagement
- Asset management
- Repairs and maintenance
- Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act
Quality and affordable housing
- Digital transformation
- Customer/resident experience
- Mobile, flexible and remote working
- Data quality and management
Placemaking and sustainable communities
- Political and economic analysis
- Residential development and construction
- Land, planning and placemaking
- Development funding
- MMC and construction innovation
- Sector-wide collaboration and partnership working
Unlock Net Zero – the funding, procurement and skills challenge
- Climate change and net zero
- Healthy homes and places
- Efficiency and value for money
- Skills challenge
Buy smarter procurement programme
- Social value
- Supply chain resilience
- Procuring in a post-Brexit Britain
- Regeneration and social investment
- Working with SMEs
Normally free for anyone working in the affordable homes or public homes sector, NaCSBA has secured free entry for its members to HOMES UK.
Homes UK is a show about innovation that takes an indepth look at the entire system of home building in the UK, taking in a range of accommodation, types and tenures from affordable homes to open market housing.
Across seven stages, the event brings together key influencers and decision makers who will be lifting the lid on some of the leading thinking on housing and the crises that continues to dog society. And that includes Custom and Self Building, and community-led housing as a viable route to additional and diverse housing supply.
Register to collaborate, discuss and experience new routes to best practice, as well as innovative solutions to the way we design, deliver and maintain homes in communities where people want to live.