Throughout the whole of the UK, the housing sector is facing unprecedented challenges. From uncertainty in government funding; new regulations; the pressing need for more homes; the equally pressing need to maintain and improve the homes we have while modernising procedures and services to meet the expectations and needs of tenants and residents. And that’s without mentioning external pressures such as the continuing cost of living crisis and the pressure on all other public sector services.
That’s why, for Housing 2023 (27 – 29th June, Manchester Central) we have put together a fantastic programme of content that packs in lots of learning. With an abundance of thought-leaders and expert-thinkers joining us across three days, the event is an opportunity to come together with peers from across the sector to network and innovate. And through all of this, we’ll make sure improving professionalism is at the heart of every discussion, to ensure you continue to provide the best outcomes for your tenants and residents.
Why attend Housing 2023
Learn something with over 150 hours of CPD accredited sessions across six stages on the showfloor – the award-winning Fringe stage, Unlock Net Zero Live stage, Tenant and Resident Engagement stage, Knowledge and Insight stages and PfH Live.
Engage with the government at Housing 2023 and hear essential updates and guidance from leaders across housing including DESNZ, DLUHC, Homes England and RSH.
Hear from over 450 speakers covering topics including net zero challenge, the cost of living crisis, building safety, affordability, funding, housing delivery, tenant engagement, specialist housing, data, mental health and wellbeing, innovation and much more.
Plus network with over 8000 housing professionals and find the whole supply chain under one roof, from the main procurement frameworks to government bodies, from development and asset management experts to green home suppliers and engagement specialists, Housing covers the entire supply chain! Discover a show floor packed with over 350 exhibitors and discover new and innovative solutions that could help you deliver better quality homes.
The Housing experience
Housing is not just about the award-winning content, it is an opportunity to meet, share, collaborate and take the opportunities on offer back to your teams and organisations. This year, there are more tangible outcomes and takeaways than ever before, and a programme of events and activities for you and your teams to take part in:
- Celebrating Brunswick: An anniversary tour (26 June) – join our study tour to see the Brunswick Village development showcasing great community spirit, regeneration and extra-care living.
- Women in Housing/Housing Heroes Awards (26 June) – the opening ceremony at Housing 2023. Celebrate the leaders, innovators and changemakers across the sector, shining a light on the incredible work carried out by teams and individuals in the past 12 months.
- Attend the Unlock Net Zero Live Awards (27 June) – recognising and championing progress on the journey to decarbonisation for the UK housing sector and the supply chain that supports it.
- Take part in our charity walk to Castlefield Viaduct (28 June) – details to be confirmed, but keep your diary free, this is one not to be missed and a great chance to give back to the local community.
- Housing Rocks, charity fundraiser (28 June) – join up to 900 people who want to give back at Housing Rocks and raise as much for charity as possible. Submit ‘bands’ for rock-a-oke followed by a true Mancunian DJ!
- Housing jobs fair (29 June) – in partnership with GMCA Careers Hub, GM Housing Providers, Manchester City Council, Manchester Evening News, Inside Housing and supported by Cllr Bev Craig, leader, Manchester City Council. For all those looking for a career with purpose. The housing jobs fair will bring together the largest recruiters in the region and those looking for opportunities to join a long term career in a sector that supports local communities.
Housing is the biggest event in the housing calendar and absolutely the place for you and your teams to be. This year, there are more tangible outcomes and takeaways than ever before. Housing has something for everyone!
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