• Housing 2016

    Housing 2016

  • Housing 2016

    Housing 2016

  • Housing 2016

    Housing 2016

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CIH Housing Conference & Exhibition 

It’s going to be a huge year for housing – so make sure you’re at the heart of the debate at Housing 2016.  How is the sector dealing with the social housing rent reduction, the extension of right to buy and deregulation – and what does the future hold? How can organisations build a culture of change? How do we improve the ‘housing’ brand? Join us to explore the biggest questions our industry is facing and identify the solutions that can help make a difference.   

With such an enormous period of opportunity for the sector,  Housing 2016 is the perfect place for the sector to come together, take stock and re-energise. Over the three days the conference will examine and explore the political and policy environment, the economic outlook and the latest thinking across the sector.

Welcome from Sarah Payling, Event Director

SPHousing 2016 takes place in June at Manchester Central. It is the largest housing-focused event in Europe and 2015 saw record numbers of delegates and visitors through its doors. This is the only event in the sector to bring together housing associations, local authorities, housebuilders, funders, contractors, advisors...  Read on...​

Welcome from Terrie Alafat, CIH Chief Executive

TAThe Chartered Institute of Housing annual conference and exhibition is the leading event in the UK housing calendar – and this year, Housing 2016 promises more innovation, ideas and inspiration than ever before. The services our sector provides are evolving, and this change brings challenge for housing organisations. Read on...

"There is an awful lot to be gained from leaving your desk and thinking about the bigger picture. The CIH Housing conference is a great opportunity to do this; the event promotes learning and understanding across the housing sector."
Alison Wheatley, York Housing Association
"The CIH conference provides you with opportunities, lots of them, to get into dialogue with experts and practitioners, to challenge politicians, to network with other professionals, to learn and to prepare yourself for the challenges of the coming year."
Nicola Simpson, Policy & Planning Manager Housing, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

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