Stock retaining authorities' conference 2014 24/10/2014 Labelled as Development, Repairs, Finance, Value for Money, Regulation

4 & 5 December, Warwick University

This year's conference will look at policy, business performance and investing in new and existing property. There will be workshop sessions on the private-rented sector, social enterprise and legal updates. Welfare reform and the economy are still at the top of the sector's agenda and this conference aims to provide delegates with expertise in these areas from within the sector, as well as providing the opportunity to network with other stock retaining senior staff.

Speakers
  • Terrie Alafat, Director of Housing Growth and Affordable Housing, DCLG 
  • Simon Smith, Assistant Director (Financial Consultancy), CIH consultancy
  • Jon Mallen-Beadle, Managing Director, Gateshead Housing
  • Verity Timmins, Business Development Manager, FRC Group
  • Adrian Waite, Managing Director of AWICS Limited
  • Paul Price, Corporate Director, Tendring District Council 
  • Simon Martin, Director, Savills
  • Emma Maier, Editor, Inside Housing and formerly Local Government Chronicle
  • Nick Walkley, Chief Executive, Haringey Council
  • James Wolf, Deputy Director, Universal Credit Policy - Department for Work & Pensions
  • Nicoya Palastanga, Welfare Reform Project Manager - West Lindsey District Council
  • Dave McKenlay - Melton Borough Council?
  • Helen Tucker, Partner, Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP
  • Oke Eleazu, Former Director Customer Service, Sainsbury's

Who should attend?
The conference is open to chief officers, housing directors, assistant directors, heads of service and policy managers working in stock retained councils.

Fee
The delegate fee for HouseMark and ARCH members is £350 + VAT, and includes overnight accommodation, a conference dinner and evening entertainment. ARCH members are entitled to one free place for each full paying delegate booking - courtesy of ARCH.

How to book
To book your place, click here and use the new online booking portal which now accepts credit card payments. If you have any questions, contact julie.morton@housemark.co.uk.

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