Housing 2022

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BECG and SoCrowd are proud to be exhibiting at CIH‘s event Housing 2022 which will take place between 28-30 June 2022 at Manchester Central.

Housing 2022 is the must-attend event for local authorities, housing associations, key partners and suppliers, government, housebuilders, and developers, and it brings the sector together to drive forward collectively.

Join our Panel Sessions on the Insight Stage

Session 1 with BECG’s Building Safety Unit:

How can housing associations harness opportunities created through the retrofitting agenda to rebuild trust in building, and managing quality, safe and efficient homes fit for the future?
Tuesday 28 June | 12:30 – 13:15

We will sit down with the sector for a panel event looking at the current retrofit landscape, identifying how housing associations can overcome barriers and enhance the value of retrofitting, to achieve government targets and rebuild confidence in the design and quality of housing delivery for its customers.

Our panel will be chaired by Jennifer Riddell-Carpenter, Head of the BECG Building Safety Unit, and will include:

  • Doug Bacon, Director of Asset Management at Thirteen Group
  • Jessica Levey, Director of Communications at Federation of Master Builders
  • Tom Jarman, Network Development Lead for Social Housing and Local Government at The Retrofit Academy
  • Karin Stockerl, Director of Asset Strategy & Services at Optivo

Session 2 with SoCrowd:

Harnessing the power of social: How can housing associations embrace social media to create real change?
Thursday 30 June | 10:30 – 11:15

Social media is the channel of choice for an increasing number of customers and residents. Now is the time for housing associations to make a long term commitment to social community engagement and relationship building to create real change. This leading panel discussion will explore the opportunities that lie ahead in the dynamic world of social. Our panellists include:

  • James Leavesley, CEO at SoCrowd
  • Beth O’Malley, Digital Manager at the Chartered Institute of Housing
  • Tanya Moravec, Digital Communications Officer at Hyde Housing

 

Join us at Housing 2022 to share, discuss, debate, learn and improve the lives of the people we house at a time when the industry most needs leadership, support, and collaboration. There has never been a more critical time, and a more welcome time, to come together to discuss what this tumultuous landscape means.

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Housing 2022

Windmill Street

Manchester

M2 3GX