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A number of leading housing experts will be coming together to discuss whether collaboration across public and private sector organisations such as Government, housing associations, lending providers and housebuilders, can address the housing crisis in the UK.
Hosted by Leeds law firm Clarion, the line-up of speakers will include Susan Emmett, head of engagement at Homes England; Geraldine Howley, group chief executive of Incommunities; Andrew Weaver, chief executive of Strata Homes; and Richard Irving, managing director of ID planning.
Martin Grange, partner and head of Clarion’s property team said: “It’s great news that we’ve been able to attract such high profile speakers to what we are sure will be a very informative and engaging event. We have a large number of clients and contacts attending, and I look forward to both hearing from our excellent speakers and, hopefully, having a lively debate about the current challenges and opportunities in the housing sector.”
The event will take place on Tuesday 5th March from 8.30-11am at Clarion’s Elizabeth House offices on Queen Street, Leeds. To find out more, or to reserve your place, contact Lauren Perry on (0113) 336 3352 or [email protected] .