To stimulate business growth in the housing sector, Homebuilding & Renovating will premiere its Custom Build Summit on 26 March at the NEC Birmingham, which will run alongside its annual National Homebuilding & Renovating Show (26-29 March).
Aimed at custom build developers; land owners and land promoters; existing housebuilders; town planners; planning consultants; architects and designers; lenders, fund managers and finance specialists; construction sector suppliers; local authorities and government agencies, this one-day conference will cover an array of subjects that Homebuilding & Renovating believes are vital for maximising opportunities within this sector.
The agenda for the event will include initiatives that offer scope to bring forward land for development, unlock planning gain, show how barriers that remain for the sector can be qualified and how such obstacles can be overcome. It will enable those who attend to discover a variety of topics such as: an update on government support and ambitions for the custom build sector; what can be learnt from mature overseas markets and integrating custom build and services plots into your business. The breakdown of the agenda for the summit can be found here: https://www.
In partnership with the National Custom & Self Build Association (NaCSBA), this inaugural event will incorporate insightful presentations, panel discussions and breakout sessions from industry-leading professionals including: Michael Holmes, chair of NaCSBA; Jason Orme, content director of Homebuilding & Renovating; Jon Broome, NaCSBA group custom and self-build representative, and Mark Stevenson, NaCSBA, Potton & Kingspan Timber Solutions Ltd.
Nick Noble, event director of Homebuilding & Renovating, says, “In light of our 30 year anniversary of the Homebuilding & Renovating brand and in line with our ‘Year of Self-Build’, the Custom Build Summit itself is a celebration of this industry as it enables us to acknowledge the significance this sector has had on our brand. We’re hoping this B2B event will entice those within this line of business to progress their current understanding of this sector and produce further achievements for the self-build industry.”
Tickets for the summit are £295 per visitor. An early bird discount offering 10% off the ticket price is valid until 28 February 2020. To register for the event visit https://www.