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Solving the Housing Crisis in England; Sponsored by DAC Beachcroft

Thursday, 9th July 2020 1000hrs – 1100hrs

This webinar will focus on the much needed development of new homes across England.

The issue of how to accelerate the delivery of housing in all forms across England to meet the ever growing need has been at the forefront of the housing sector for years.

During this webinar we’ll take a look at what both large housebuilders and smaller SME’s are doing to accelerate their development.Taylor Wimpey are bringing forward large-scale development, whilst offsite construction is playing a bigger role than ever in L&Q Group’s plans to build 100,000 new homes. And then upcoming firms like Dolphin Living and Reach Homes are using innovative new solutions to grow their businesses and the amount of homes available in the UK.

These speakers will all share details via a short presentation of their approach to tackling the housing crisis, before the floor will open for delegates to ask questions and put forward their thoughts.

Speakers for this event include:

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  • L&Q Group – the group has some of the most ambitious targets for housing delivery in the UK, highlighting a desire to build 100,000 homes, and they’ve recently acquired a housebuilder in the North West where almost 40,000 homes could be developed. With offsite manufacturing set to play a key role Jacqueline will share an overview of how they plan to hit this target, where they’re looking to develop, where they’re looking to acquire land, and who they may need to connect with in the industry to meet these targets.
  • Dolphin Living – with development sites in eight London Borough’s the organisation is going from strength to strength, and they have plans to grow even further. Dolphin Living are providing much needed affordable living in London and Olivia will details how they’re doing this in a city known for highly priced residential builds, detailing the challenges but also the opportunities in the low-income end of the market.
  • Taylor Wimpey – Gary helps leads on some of Taylor Wimpey’s biggest projects across the country, making up a large part of the more than 15,000 the company builds each year. He will focus on projects such as the West Corby Urban Extension, which will see 4,500 new homes constructed in the East Midlands.
  • Reach Homes – an upcoming developer from Yorkshire, Reach Homes is planning to deliver 600 much needed homes by up-cycling major structures such as shipping containers to create sustainable and green homes. They’re keen to move their product from niche to mainstream and have gained some real traction over the past few years – and Jon will reveal their plans.
  • DAC Beachcroft – our event sponsor will bring an experts view to the panel when it comes to the difficulties on securing planning permission for major residential led mixed-use projects. Andrew has experience in advising some of the biggest hosuebuilders and he’ll share the usual pitfalls and reveal the experience which has turned DAC Beachcroft into one of the go-to firms for these issues.

Associate your brand with this Webinar and position your brand at the forefront of the discussion around the future development of affordable and social housing. We have various partnership packages available, including opportunities to speak on the webinar, allowing you to present your message to your target audience and receive maximum brand awareness and impact. Packages available include:

Package Delegate Ticket Cost Chair/ Speaking Opportunity Tickets Cost (+VAT)
Premium Webinar Partner £5 Yes 20 £1,500 Sold Out
Webinar Partner £25 Yes 10 £1,000 Sold Out
Advertising Partner £25 5 £500 View Details

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Prime branding on all emails used to promote the webinar with delegates before, during and after the conference. Benefits include:

  • Prime branding on the emails sent to promote the event sent to circa 80,000 contacts
  • 5 x access passes for colleagues to watch and get involved in the webinar
  • Branding on the website and throughout the webinar, as well as booking forms, event documents etc.
  • Additional branding on all event documents, emails, booking forms etc
  • Full downloadable copy of the webinar after the event
  • Social media posts – pre, during and post-conference activity


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Thursday, 9th July 2020

1000hrs – 1100hrs


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