Conservative Party conference response: "Our concern is this could worsen the housing crisis if not linked to more investment in new social housing."
30 September 2019 more...
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Date: Wednesday 27th November, 2019
Location: The Studio, Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP
Key note speakers include:
Lord Wei of Shoreditch
Mary-Kathryn Rallings Adams, Deputy Chief Executive, HACT
John Healey MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Housing
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Date: Sunday 22 September 2019
Subject: PlaceShapers Labour Party Conference Fringe event - Competition or collaboration? How can community-based HAs work with local authority partners to deliver the homes we need. Hilton Brighton Metropole, 6pm.
Open to all (Labour Party Conference pass required to attend)
Date: Tuesday 1 October 2019
Subject: 1st October – PlaceShapers Conservative Party Conference Fringe event - Competition or collaboration? How can community-based HAs work with local authority partners to deliver the homes we need. Manchester Central, 6pm.
Open to all (Conservative Party Conference pass required to attend)
PAST NATIONAL EVENTS
The 11th PlaceShapers conference was November 2018. Read the conference report. The conference agenda included:
Creating and selling our story
PlaceShapers future direction
Shaping Our Housing Policy (as the Green Paper consultation closes, what are the key areas PlaceShapers should be focusing on to change policy in the coming years).
The 10th PlaceShaper conference was on 15 November 2017. Read more.
The 9th PlaceShapers annual conference was on Tuesday 15 November 2016. Read more.
Placeshapers and the health sector jointly hosted conference on the integration of health and housing services. The annual cost to the National Health Service of conditions where poor housing is a main contributor is £2.5 billion. Click here to read more.
The HCA met PlaceShaper Chairs and Board Members prior to going out to formal consultation on the revised proposals for changes to the regulatory framework. To read the PlaceShaper response to the regulatory reform proposals, please click here.
Housing minister Mark Prisk was guest speaker at the 2013 PlaceShapers conference when we launched our 'Build local' report which reveals how PlaceShapers around the country are unblocking stalled developments. To read the report, click here.
"Housing associations have lost their way and should stick to housing the poorest and most vulnerable." That was the subject of the PlaceShapers northern members forum. Click to read the summary here.