The free event is taking place at Birchwood Golf Club on Tuesday 31st October starting at 7.30am.
The leading building contractors, investment and property development experts will be joining Bolton Council, property management company Indigo and over 100 market specialists to debate issues in light of the current UK housing crisis.
Key speakers on the day include Steve Park, managing director, Warrington & Co, Paul Martin, managing director, Ainscough Strategic Land, Rupert Mackay, acquisitions director, Heylo Housing, Steve Errington, chief executive, Story Homes, Doug Hann, director, Indigo Planning, Stephen Young, director of place, Bolton Council, Sean Anstee, leader, Trafford Council and Neil Goodwin, managing director, Barratt Manchester.
On the table for discussion will be the Government’s £3 billion Home Building Fund, designed to help meet the development cost of homes for sale or rent.
Local authorities’ plans, including the recently announced Cheshire East Local Plan, also designed to bring sites to market, will also be under review, questioning whether they are in the right areas to bring economic growth.
The event will assess the progress in the North West housing sector and ask whether improved provisions for land and funding are providing the diversity of housing, including luxury and affordable products for sale and rent, to truly solve to the housing crisis.
It will also analyse changing customer expectations when it comes to housing, including increasing levels of service and aftercare and the increasing strains these put on housebuilders.
The breakfast also plans to a look at branding and how to build a perception of quality in housebuilding.
With a turnover of £12 million and employing 120 people, R & M Developments is one of the region’s leading suppliers to the residential and commercial construction sectors. It is celebrating 35 years in business this year.
Managing Director Thomas McKenna commented: “We are looking forward to meaningful discussions with a heavyweight panel on key issues facing the housing and construction industry in the region.”
To register for this free event click here.
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