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The country is in the throes of a major housing crisis and new research shows councils are looking to a wide-range of models to meet current need and provide new homes. Specifically, local authorities are facing rising demand for social housing with highly limited finance. One of their top priorities, therefore, is to deliver new council housing, as well as improving existing stock. This breakfast provides a valuable opportunity to explore this important topic.
Questions for discussion include:
- How are different councils adopting new and different approaches to deliver new homes?
- How are councils understanding current social housing needs in their areas?
- ow can local authorities ensure existing council housing is developed to meet identified need?
Join us on 27th June to discuss these important questions under Chatham House rules. This breakfast is being held at The Hilton Manchester Deansgate’s renowned sky bar, Cloud 23, which has fantastic panoramic views.