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Capita's 2nd National Housing Chief Executives Forum is taking place on Tuesday, 27th November 2012 in Central London

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Capita's 2nd National Housing Chief Executives Forum is taking place on Tuesday, 27th November 2012 in Central London


Published by Anonymous for Capita Conferences in Housing

One year on from the launch of the Coalition’s radical new Housing Strategy,Capita's 2nd National Housing Chief Executives Forum addresses the most pressing concerns facing housing leaders.

The Comprehensive Spending Review is now expected in late 2013. This timely event brings together senior figures from across the sector to examine the likely implications of the CSR and future funding and investment streams challenges ahead.

Designed specifically for Directors of Housing, Housing Chief Executives and Chairs and Executive Directors from local authorities and HousingAssociations, the day is designed to be interactive, incorporating panel discussions, roundtable sessions and networking time to engage with peers from across the sector to openly discuss the future.

Speakers include:

  • Sharon White, Director General Public Spending, HM Treasury
  • Chair: Lord Richard Best, Chair, Hanover Housing Association, and President, Local Government Association
  • Terrie Alafat, Director of Housing Growth and Affordable Housing, Communities and Local Government
  • Liz Potter, Chair, Orbit Group
  • Alan Humphreys, Chief Executive, Grand Union Housing Group
  • Paul Bridge, Chief Executive, Homes for Haringey
  • Ruth Cooke, Chief Executive, Midland Heart
  • Kevin Exford, Chief Executive, Affinity Sutton
  • Mark Henderson, Chief Executive, Home Group
  • Richard McCarthy, Executive Director, Capita Symonds
  • Martyn Watkins, Managing Director, Sector Housing and Consultancy

Benefits of attending:

  • Assess the impact of key policy developments on housing supply and sustainability
  • Explore alternative finance and investment models in a self-financing era
  • Understand revised business models and strategies for diversification of the housing sector
  • Consider the implications of CSR for development going forward
  • Learn more about different finance mechanisms for boosting the sector:housing ISAs, REITs and retail bonds
  • Interact with your colleagues through panel discussions and extended networking time built into the day
  • Take part in roundtable discussions designed to explore specific issues in more depth
  • Discuss welfare reform, Universal Credit and the impact on service delivery 

For more information, visit the website  or download the programme

Contact: 020 7202 0557


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