Full Webinar Presentations & Video: Solving the Housing Crisis in the Midlands

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This product gives you access to the recording of our webinar - including speaker discussions, presentations and Q&A.

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This webinar will focus on the much needed development of housing in the Midlands.

The issue of how to accelerate the delivery of all types of housing and residential properties in the Midlands to meet the ever growing need has been at the forefront of the housing sector for years. And with major growth set to happen over the coming years – particularly with the focus on enhanced connectivity and infrastructure bringing through new development like never before – the need has never been more urgent.

During this webinar we’ll be joined by both the public and private sectors to hear how they’ll be playing a role – as they share short presentations on their future plans and how they’ll do their bit, whilst also discussing the wider industry and reforms which may be needed to the planning system, the use of MMC and more.

Speakers for this event include:

  • Birmingham City Council – as the country’s leading council for housing development Birmingham are already implementing a successful programme for housing growth, but they understand the need for more. Simon will give our audience an update on their residential development plans and their ambitious targets as they work in collaboration with the private sector as thousands of new houses are cropping up all across the city.
  • Deeley Group – with over 90 years’ experience in delivering residential projects across the Midlands Deeley are set to continue being at the forefront of aiding the housing needs of those in the region. With schemes in Leicestershire and Warwickshire to name a few they’ll reveal their contribution to solving the housing crisis.
  • Urban Village Group – are specialists in a multitude of development types including traditional BtR, retirement living and student accommodation. They are in the process of developing numerous schemes across the Midlands. Their latest venture is a £36m transformation of former office space into high quality apartments in Birmingham and Nick will be on hand to deliver his verdict on how developers like himself are contributing to creating residential solutions while also working with the public sector to provide homes for NHS staff and homeless people.