The Northern Housing Summit 2019

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Date:5 November 2019
Time:All day
Venue:Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel
Blackfriars Street
Manchester
M3 2EQ
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Join us in Manchester this year for our flagship annual Northern Housing Summit on the 5th November. Bringing together leaders from our unique membership of registered providers, ALMOs and local authorities, we’ll discuss and debate the challenges and solutions to shape the future of housing in the North.

The new government has brought a renewed focus on the North. But long before Boris Johnson talked of his desire to ‘level up’ the regions, we together have shown the North to be a place of ambition, innovation, and inclusion.

This year the Northern Housing Consortium launched #OurNorth, a celebration of the role local authorities and housing associations play in creating the communities in which 15 million people live. But #OurNorth is not just about highlighting the great work already taking place, it is also about identifying and arguing for the changes that would enable us to go further.

Join us in Manchester for our flagship annual Northern Housing Summit on the 5th November. We’ll be bringing together leaders from our unique membership of 149 registered providers, ALMOs and local authorities to explore the core features that would make up a housing policy that would truly deliver for the North.

We’ve emailed free-place codes to key contacts, please let us know if you haven’t received yours.

The day will examine:

  • Power Up The North – what do we need from our political leaders to make housing policy work for the North?
  • Leveling up quality in the North’s private rented sector – decency levels in the North’s PRS still lag behind other tenures. What are our unique challenges and how can we rise to them?
  • Creating the local authority housing and planning capacity we need to realise the North’s housing ambitions – the launch of our new research, in conjunction with UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE);
  • Tackling inequalities between the UK’s cities and regions – and how quality housing promotes good health, educational attainment, and links up skills and employment;
  • The role of civil society in creating and supporting prosperous communities;
  • The latest thinking on the Social Housing Green Paper.

The full programme will be available soon

We are offering each of our full member organisations (LA’s RP’s & ALMOS) a free delegate place.

We’ve emailed free-place codes to key contacts, please let us know if you haven’t received yours.


Book your place

Please note: All prices are exclusive of VAT.

Ticket Type Price Spaces
NHC Member £249.00
Non-member £299.00

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