Just when you thought things couldn’t get any more bewildering along comes Brexit, Trump and the departure of the architects of recent housing policy. The Acuity SPBM conference for 2017 will explore the new horizon from a smaller housing association perspective so that you are in the best possible position to respond positively to the challenges.
All the sessions will seek to make sense of the operating environment and its implications from a smaller housing association perspective:
- the latest on housing policy from the NHF and regulation from HCA
- interactive sessions that explore how smaller housing associations are reflecting the changes in revised business strategies, with a panel of CEOs and strategy, governance and finance specialist DTP
- Breakout sessions exploring:
- the implications of deregulation for board members, risk management and assurance
- cracking digital service provision
- the latest on how smaller housing association can contribute to supply
There will be ample opportunity to network with colleagues.
In the interests of open exchange and transparency, the event will operate in accordance with the Chatham House rule.
- John Bryant, Policy Lead, NHF Click here to download presentation
- Sam McGrady, Director, DTP Click here to download presetation
- Colin Sales, MD, 3C Consultants Click here to download presentation
- Alistair Smyth, Head of Policy, NHF Click here to download presentation
- Keith Bovill, Head of Housing, Racing Homes
- Craig Glasper, CEO, King Street Housing
- Peter Moore, CEO, Cornwall Rural HA Click here to download presentation
- Nick Chambers, CEO, LACE Housing
- Steve Smedley, Associate, Acuity Click to download presentation
Who should attend?
This event is targeted at those who lead smaller housing associations: Board and executive
With VFM in mind we’re keeping costs down compared to similar events whilst not compromising on quality:
- SPBM members £170 plus VAT
- Non-members £210 plus VAT
- Additional places £25 discount
Date & time: 9:30 – 16:00, Wednesday 26 April
Venue: Judges Court, Browns, Covent Garden, London (Leicester Square tube)