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Over £2bn is set to be spent on development across the housing sector in Wales over the next ten years.
Welsh Government has recently pledged £1bn for Social Housing development, in addition, a further £72m loan facility for private sector housing developers as they strive to build 7500 new homes per year over the next decade. Allied to that, a further £580m has been allocated for decarbonisation of existing stock as the race to net zero goes on. This conference brings together developers, investors, policy makers and the built environment supply chain to explore a variety of different residential focused schemes across Wales. Delegates will hear about collaboration opportunities, intel on previously unknown schemes and take a glimpse into the future of delivering inclusive communities in Wales.
Topics to be discussed include:
£2bn of housing developments
Packaged Living’s £65m Wales scheme
Linc Cymru’s new housing projects
Adra’s retrofit of 6,800 homes
Taff Housing’s plans for 3,000 homes in 10 years
The resi focus in Swansea’s £1.3bn Bay City deal
£2bn investment from Development Bank for Wales
Lovell’s three major Welsh projects
800 new homes in Adra’s pipeline
£100m The Mill urban village