This year’s National Housing Summit is unmissable

Senior Cabinet Ministers and the Shadow Secretary of State for Housing are confirmed to be speaking at the National Housing Summit.

You will hear directly from the highest levels of government, speaking from the main stage at the National Housing Summit, which takes place next week at the Park Plaza in London.

A keynote address will we given by a Senior Cabinet Minister. Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government will also address the Summit.

Other political speakers confirmed include Rt Hon John Healey MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Housing, Sarah Jones MP, Shadow Housing Minister, and Neil O’Brien MP for Harborough. You will also hear directly from industry leaders, experts and innovators.

As the country’s leading housing event, it reunites the entire industry for unrivalled content and networking opportunities.

Don’t miss out.

A dynamic and unique event

You will have the complete freedom to dip in and out of sessions as you please, and choose whatever stage you want to attend. You can have lunch anytime between 12:00-14:00.

A unique networking experience

You can network anytime! Dedicated space and refreshments are at your fingertips throughout the whole day, on all three floors. More evening networking events to be announced.

The Main Stage

The main stage will host the big keynote panel debates and speeches, and will bring the entire audience into one room at the start and end of both days. This is where you’ll see the three “Question Time” debates focusing on the big social and political themes.

The Big Questions

A mixture of presentations and panel discussions which will get to the bottom of the specific challenges that face housing and our society. There will also be a range of out-of-sector and international housing speakers.

Futures Expo

A showcase of ground-breaking ideas from industry leaders that could change the sector – including Greenhouse teams and a range of other social innovators. There’ll be presentations, demos (and drinks) and lots of opportunities for you to network and discuss the future of your organisation.

Futures Expo programme

Speakers Corner

In the open theatre with audience of up to 40 people, speakers will have five minutes max to put their views forward on a range of subjects, to inspire discussion and provoke debate and dissent.

Workshops

Interactive sessions which will get you interacting, discussing and working towards a solution to a particular problem or challenge

Ask the Experts

These are drop in sessions for you to ask designated experts for their advice on some of the key issues facing your organisations