The CIH Homes & Communities Conference 2018 expands on our previous theme of health & housing to encompass the issues and challenges impacting on our sector across the island of
The CIH Homes & Communities Conference 2018 expands on our previous theme of health & housing to encompass the issues and challenges impacting on our sector across the island of Ireland.
This conference will be of interest to a broad range of people working in housing and related disciplines including the latest thinking on 21st housing including: building resilience, community regeneration, digital transformation, regulation, Brexit and the economy and homelessness.
The conference, which is organised by the Chartered Institute of Housing, gives you the chance to come together with other fellow housing professionals from Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Jim Strang, incoming President, CIH & CEO Parkhead Housing Association
- Michael Carey, Chair, The Housing Agency
- Grainia Long, Commissioner for Resilience, Belfast City Council
- Dr Dáithí Downey, Head of Housing Policy, Research & Development, Dublin City Council
- Hugh Brennan, CEO Ó Cualann Cohousing Alliance CLG
- Anita Conway, Director of Development, Radius Housing
- Kelly Andrews, CEO Women’s Aid Belfast & Lisburn
- Cliodhna O’Neill, Director of Policy and Communications, ISPCC
- Seán Moynihan, Chief Executive Officer, Alone
- Stan Burridge, EbE Lead, Pathway
For further information, visit the CIH website.
The UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence is pleased to support the launch of the 2018 UK Housing Review’s Autumn briefing paper, published by the Chartered Institute of Housing
The UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence is pleased to support the launch of the 2018 UK Housing Review’s Autumn briefing paper, published by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH), which will take place at Sheffield Town Hall on Tuesday 2 October, 12 – 3pm.
The event will be hosted by the University of Sheffield’s Urban Studies and Planning Department (USP), together with the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, the Housing Studies Association and RUSH (Research Users in Social Housing).
Attendees will receive a copy of the new briefing paper, which updates 16 key topics from the annual UK Housing Review. A buffet lunch is also included.
Speakers include Prof John Flint, University of Sheffield and CaCHE theme leader, Gavin Smart, Deputy Chief Executive of Chartered Insitute of Housing (CIH) and Director of Knowledge Exchange and Communications for CaCHE, review authors Prof Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Prof Mark Stephens and John Perry, and representatives from HSA and RUSH.
The UK Housing Review is a unique resource for the housing industry, bringing together a comprehensive range of statistics and expert commentary on housing across the UK and published in March every year. The briefing paper is a mid-year update and covers a range of key topics such as the economy, latest evidence on housing need and migration, the state of the housing market, Brexit, homelessness and recent developments in housing policy.
If you wish to attend please RSVP to Dr Gareth Young.
This event is free to attend, however, please note that places are limited.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Sheffield Town Hall
Pinstone Street, Sheffield, S1 2HH
2018wed10oct9:00 am5:00 pmNorthern Housing Summit 2018Making Places: reframing the narrative for placemaking in the North9:00 am - 5:00 pm Midland Hotel Manchester, 16 Peter Street, Manchester, M60 2DS
The Northern Housing Consortium’s 2018 Summit brings leaders together to discuss the future of housing in the North through the lens of placemaking, growth, and health and sees the launch
The Northern Housing Consortium’s 2018 Summit brings leaders together to discuss the future of housing in the North through the lens of placemaking, growth, and health and sees the launch of our research with the Smith Institute looking at the hidden costs of poor quality housing.
In association with the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE), the event will explore:
- How do we create the right homes in the right places, with the right level of choice across all tenures?
- How do the hidden costs of poor quality housing impact on communities?
- How can we move the integration of health and housing forward?
- Can we reframe the narrative for placemaking in the North?
- How can housing play a key role in local economies?
- What is the impact of Brexit on the North?
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Midland Hotel Manchester
16 Peter Street, Manchester, M60 2DS