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Future of Living

The Future of Living stream will explore how best
to plan, procure, design and build homes fit for the 21st century.
Open to delegates only.

Future of Living

What is the utopian living environment? And how do we build great quality, sustainable homes flexible to our future needs?

The Future of Living stream will bring together a host of inspirational names to discuss and debate how best to plan, procure, design and build homes fit for the 21st century. Be taken on a journey through the art of the possible and learn how to challenge convention to create homes and places where people aspire to live.

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This is where the biggest number of people responsible for the largest number of homes meet each year.

Along with insightful discussions, take advantage of a series of networking opportunities – with exclusive breakfasts, lunch discussions and drinks receptions running across the three days.

2020 topics included:

  • Planning reform and delivering sustainable communities
  • Enabling local authorities to deliver housing at scale
  • Future-proofing our homes for a changing climate
  • Working with local partners to create communities fit for the 21st century
  • Innovative funding models to accelerate housing delivery
  • Engineering the homes of the future: MMC, BIM and digitalisation
  • Prioritising innovation and quality in procurement
  • Building homes and places that improve health and wellbeing
  • Inclusive design and creating places that work for everybody

 

Features

Features

The theatres and stages at Housing offer over 150 hours of insightful content and meaningful collaboration. Key topics covered will include affordability, regulation, sustainability, collaboration, technology and digitalisation, placemaking, development, finance, politics and, of course, housing management, homelessness and mental health and wellbeing.

 

 

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Confirmed 2020 speakers include:

Dr Ahsan Khan

Dr Ahsan Khan

Indy Johar

Indy Johar

Mark Stevenson

Mark Stevenson

Rachel Toms

Rachel Toms

Sue Manns

Sue Manns

Headline partner

Wheatley is Scotland’s leading housing, care and property-management group and the UK’s biggest developer of social rented homes. The Group’s subsidiaries own or manage almost 80,000 homes and provide services to 250,000 people across Scotland. All parts of Wheatley are united by a commitment to excellence and a joint mission to ‘Make Homes and Lives Better’. They continue to win national and international awards and accreditations each year for the work they do.

Future of Living sponsors and supporters include:

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