Global Affordable Housing Conference

May 24-August 27, 2021 | USA

Global Affordable Housing Conference theme of the conference is partnering for affordable housing solutions and we will explore public and private sector Insights and solutions for planning, financing and constructing affordable housing to enable access for all to adequate, safe and affordable housing. The overarching theme for your submission should be around partnerships in the planning, financing and construction of affordable housing. The selection committee would like to see original and innovative thinking around the topics below that can take us a step further toward reaching 2030 aim.

Spotlight

The pace of turnaround for new homes is hotting up. According to Government figures some 217,000 were delivered to the market in 2017  an increase on the previous year and the highest rate for a decade. But the Government cannot afford to let that rate drop. If the housebuilding sector is to make real inroads into delivering affordable, quality housing to all UK citizens then that rate has to be the norm rather than the exception it is currently. Which is easier said than done. Housebuilders are battling against a perfect storm of an uncertain economy, skills shortages and planning hold-ups. The uncertain economy will fix itself in time but the planning hold-ups and skills shortages may take a while longer. But fixed they must be.


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Spotlight

The pace of turnaround for new homes is hotting up. According to Government figures some 217,000 were delivered to the market in 2017  an increase on the previous year and the highest rate for a decade. But the Government cannot afford to let that rate drop. If the housebuilding sector is to make real inroads into delivering affordable, quality housing to all UK citizens then that rate has to be the norm rather than the exception it is currently. Which is easier said than done. Housebuilders are battling against a perfect storm of an uncertain economy, skills shortages and planning hold-ups. The uncertain economy will fix itself in time but the planning hold-ups and skills shortages may take a while longer. But fixed they must be.

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