Brought to you by Social Housing magazine, Social Housing Annual Conference is an established and well-respected event, attracting chief executives, chairs, board members and senior leaders from across housing and commercial sectors.
Expect no-nonsense insights, informed debate and panel based discussions. Gain insights from leaders in business, local and central government and be a part of the conversation addressing the key topics surrounding finance, governance and regulation.
Social Housing Annual Conference 2021 returns on 25 November in London. Register your interest here to be updated with further information when booking becomes available.
Take part in 'round table' and group discussions to share your thoughts on the key points raised and hear how other organisations are responding to change.
Hear from economists and political commentators, government and the regulator providing latest thinking on key issues, as well as providing policy updates and regulatory announcements.
Watch live presentations, take part in Q&As and polls to discuss how the sector has responded to challenges to date, plus have the flexibility to rewatch all sessions on demand.
Gain expert insights on the business angle of social housing with in-depth knowledge sharing, open and honest debate and take-home case studies.
Social Housing Annual Conference connects leaders from housing associations, local authorities, with investors, funders, and professionals from private sectors including law firms, contractors and surveyors.
Click here to download the 2019 delegate list.
"Met some great people and made some great contacts. Took away some great tips that are easy to introduce. Saw some marvellous, inspirational speakers that really made me think"
"Great innovative ideas around customer experince and improving the overall customer journey."
"Great insight into how others have successfully integrated innovation and disruption into their businesses."
"Not just another housing conference; challenging examples of thinking from outside the housing bubble"