Katie Teasdale and colleagues discuss building more homes and Clare Paredes interviews Nick Walkley, Chief Executive of Homes England.
28 February 2019
Kicking off season two of Housing Matters, Katie is joined by co-host Sarah Finnegan, External Affairs Manager at the National Housing Federation.
Public Affairs Manager Jessica Levy offers her view on where housing sits in the political discourse at a time when most of the media is focused on Brexit.
Nick Walkley, Chief Executive of Homes England, discusses their five year plan, how housing associations and Homes England might work together differently and his concern about the music tastes of his colleagues. Interview by Clare Paredes, Head of Communications and Marketing.
Sarah Finnegan explains the political context for this discussion about building more homes, the challenges and opportunities for housing associations, and the National Housing Federation’s submission for the Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR).
- We’re holding a sector-wide conversation about building more homes, and we want to hear from members
- Supply conversation – get involved
- Homes England
- Homes England strategic plan 2018 to 2023
Housing Matters team
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