- Chair: Alistair McIntosh, Chief Executive, Housing Quality Network
- Maureen Adams, Director of Customer Services and Operations, Soha Housing
- John Barr, Customer Experience Director, Optivo
- Jim Bennett, Assistant Director Regulatory Strategy, Regulator of Social Housing
- John Bibby, Chief Executive, Association of Retained Council Housing
- Michael Gelling OBE, Chairman, TAROE Trust
- Andrea Keenoy, Interim Housing Ombudsman, The Housing Ombudsman
- James Prestwich, Head of Policy, National Housing Federation
- Sue Sutton, Director of Operations, Salix Homes
- Kush Rawal, Residential Investment Director, Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing
The tragedy at Grenfell Tower brought the need for a major reform of social housing to the attention of the nation. The Green Paper ‘A New Deal for Social Housing’
proposes fundamental changes to ensure social homes provide an essential, safe and well managed service. It intends to re-balance the relationship between residents and landlords by strengthening regulation, empowering tenants, tackling stigma and ensuring complaints are resolved swiftly.
It also aims to build the number of good quality social homes that are needed, as well as provide a springboard to potential home ownership.
Attend Westminster Insight’s Conference to benefit from the latest policy updates, participate in panel discussions considering the implications of the Green Paper proposals and to learn from best practice case studies from across the housing industry of what is already working well.
Join colleagues from local councils and housing associations to understand how we can deliver a new deal for social housing to provide the level of services residents should expect.