Date: 24 November 2016 - 24 November 2016, 9:00 - 1:30

Location: LCCC Emirates Old Trafford, Talbot Rd, Manchester M16 0PX

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Forbes’ Housing Seminar: Developing for profit & the SOAHP16-21 programme – getting it right

Date: 24 November 2016 - 24 November 2016, 9:00 - 1:30

Location: LCCC Emirates Old Trafford, Talbot Rd, Manchester M16 0PX

With an increasing number of housing associations considering developing for profit, we take a look, alongside sector experts, at the principal issues. We also look at the Housing and Communities Agency’s new Rent to Buy product.

This event is aimed at housing association directors/heads of development, development managers and officers, CEOs and board members.

8.45am Registration

9.15am What’s in a name? Getting the contract right Daniel Milnes, partner, Forbes Solicitors

9.45am How HQM can assist in design and sales Andrea Turner, senior development and sustainability manager, Redloft, and Vicky Saunders, director, BTP Architects

10.15am Rent to Buy: the detail and how to get it right Ben Clay, director, Clay & Co housing consultancy

10.45am Break

11.05am Delighting the customer, whilst maximising value: an insight into management options for outright sales and attracting freehold investors Charles Lucas, technical director and David Clark, chairman, Mainstay Residential

11.35pm Developing for profit and outright sale: how to maximise profitability Countryside Properties Limited

12.05pm Best laid plans: a strategic look at how to set schemes up for sale Lucy Worrall, partner and James Beck, solicitor, Forbes Solicitors

12.35pm Lunch

The cost of the seminar is £45 plus VAT which includes lunch.

If you book three places, you will receive a fourth place free.

To book your place, please click here and complete the online registration.

Places are limited and will fill up fast so please register early to avoid disappointment.

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