The MMC Stage

The MMC Stage

NEW: The MMC Stage in partnership with ilke Homes

Volume housebuilders, consumers, architects and designers, housing associations and local authorities, plus Homes England and MHCLG, are all increasingly becoming advocates for building the homes our country needs through modern methods of construction. And a recent NHBC report cites the top 5 reasons for this as better quality, improved efficiency, accelerated delivery, increased efficiency and the ever-looming skills shortage.

 

Over three days 8000 attendees will be invited to the MMC stage for networking workshops over breakfast and lunch, seminars with the leading voices, masterclasses to brief you fully before you embark on your MMC development and exemplar case studies showing you the many benefits of wider adoption.

On the agenda we have sessions on:-

Buying with confidence: lessons learned from procurement

Funding quality and durability: ‘busting the myths’

The future is here and now, are you ready?

Masterclass: how to work with volumetric

Keynote: selling a quality product every time

Building smarter, embracing digital

New skills for a new era

Keynote: building better homes, faster

Leaving a legacy: a better future

Meeting housing need in our cities

Better design, every time

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Confirmed speakers include:-

Charlie Scherer, advisor, BoKlok (Skanska)

Jaimie Johnston , director, Bryden Wood

Michelle Hannah, director, Cast Consultancy

Nicola Mathers, chief executive, Future of London

Susan Emmett, head of engagement, Homes England

Phil Collings, senior land manager, Homes England

Nigel Banks, product director, ilke Homes

Dave Sheridan, chief executive, ilke Homes

Wayne Hill, construction services director, L&Q

Jon Sawyer, director of housing , Manchester City Council

Isobel Stephen ,director of housing supply, MHCLG

Amy Nettleton, chair, assistant development director, National Sales Group, Aster

Graham Sibley, market development manager, NHBC

David Cowans, chief executive, Places for People

Andrew Smith, director, Savills

Holly Porter, founder, Surface to Air Architects

Geoff Pearce, executive director of development, Swan

Katie Saunders, partner, Trowers & Hamlins

Professor Lorraine Farrelly, head of architecture, University of Reading

We would like to thank our advisory panel for helping us steer this agenda:-

Tracey Allen, social entrepreneur, Building Better

Nigel Banks, product and marketing director, ilke Homes

Tina Barnard, chief executive, Watford Community Housing

Paul Bartter, partner, Trowers & Hamlins

Michael Cleaver , deputy chief executive, Housing Forum

David Cowans, group chief executive, Places for People

Lex Cumber, business development director, Castleoak

John Gray, partner, head of product information, HTA

Wayne Hill, construction services director, L&Q

Adam Locke, partnership and innovation leader, Laing O'Rourke

Paul McGivern, MMC specialist, Homes England

Mohied Miah, head of modern methods of construction policy, MHCLG

James Nicholls, business development manager, Accord

Sarah Payling, strategic partnerships director, Ocean Media Group

Geoff Pearce, executive director, regeneration and development, Swan

Amos Rodrigues, development manager, H+H

Scott Sanderson, partner, technical and BIM, PRP

Katie Saunders, partner, Trowers & Hamlins

Jon Sawyer, director of housing and residential growth, Manchester City Council

Graham Sibley, senior business development manager, NHBC

Mark Southgate , chief executive officer, MOBIE

Tom Westwood, senior associate, Waugh Thistleton

Simon Williams, senior delivery manager, Home Group

Julie Williams, senior conference producer, Ocean Media Group

Tony Woods, head of construction, LHC

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