Housing event returns to Liverpool

The city will play host to a major social housing event when the Social Housing Conference returns to the BT Convention Centre on November 11 for the second year running.

The event is aimed at people operating in the sector and is being organised by Mitchell Charlesworth and Brabners Chaffe Street, sponsored by Arena Housing Group and Harvest Housing Group with additional support from Riverside Housing Group.

Key speakers will include David Orr, chief executive of the National Housing Federation, Joe Anderson, leader of Liverpool City Council and Steve Coffey, chief executive of Liverpool Mutual Homes. There will be practical workshop sessions with speakers from the Homes & Communities Agency, Plus Dane Group, the Mersey Partnership and the CEL Group.

Mitchell Charlesworth, partner and social housing specialist Paul Wainwright, said: "We believe this is one of the very best conferences of its kind in the UK. If you work in the sector we think it will provide a platform for high quality networking, unparalleled access to key players and really informative background on how the sector is performing and what it needs to do to grow."

Alistair Fletcher, partner at Brabners Chaffe Street, said: "The event will analyse the key sector areas of regeneration and green energy and our key speakers will give a definitive insight into the challenges and opportunities that exist within the sector."

Brian Cronin, chief executive of Arena Housing Group, said: "The green agenda will have significant implications for our sector in the future. This Social Housing conference will provide an excellent opportunity for those in our industry to meet, discuss and learn from some of the leading experts in our field. We are very pleased to be sponsoring this prestigious event."

  • The Social Housing conference will take place at Liverpool's BT Convention Centre on Friday 11 November. For more information about booking a place as a delegate, please contact Cara Bartlett at Brabners Chaffe Street on 0151 600 3022 or email: bcsnewsandevents@brabnerscs.com

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