27 February 2020
Nothing is more important to housing associations than the safety of the homes we provide. Wholescale change is needed to building safety in the UK and our sector should be at the forefront of this challenge.
The Building Safety in Housing Conference 2020 will be a key moment for housing associations to come together and drive forward this change.
It will focus in detail on:
- the Building a Safer Future consultation and the latest proposals for reforming the building safety system
- strategic use of risk management systems
- successful communication with residents
- lessons on safety from outside of the housing sector
- how we can move beyond a culture of compliance to a culture of safety.
We’ll hear from housing association tenants and Building a Safer Future early adopter organisations, as well as discuss tools to help you create an effective plan for building safety. By analysing existing sector organisational standards delegates will create shared solutions to the challenges we face together.
The conference agenda will be published in October.
|Member (by Friday 1 November)||£325|
|Member (by Friday 10 January||£375|
|Member (after Friday 10 January||£425|
|Public sector/not-for-profit (by Friday 1 November)||£445|
|Public sector/not-for-profit (by Friday 10 January)||£495|
|Public sector/not-for-profit (after Friday 10 January||£545|
|Private sector (by Friday 1 November)||£495|
|Private sector (by Friday 10 January)||£545|
|Private sector (after Friday 10 January||£595|
There is the option to watch the event by live stream this year, which includes all of the sessions on the main stage and a set selection of breakout sessions. Live stream delegates will be able to pose questions to speakers online via Slido.
Prices (no VAT payable):
- Member: £245
- Public sector/ not for profit: £345
- Private sector: £395
Attending organisations can invite a small number of residents who are interested or involved in work on building safety to take part in the event free of charge via the live stream.
We also have a small allocation of tickets for residents and tenants to attend free of charge, limited to a maximum of one ticket per organisation. These places will be allocated via a ballot in mid-November.
At the time of booking, please indicate if any of your residents are interested in attending in person.
If you are a resident and would like to attend the conference (either via live stream or in person), please contact your housing association or our Events Team directly.