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Leading Estate Regeneration

Supporting you Beyond the Forum with Workshops

As a follow up to the success of the CBH forums Airey Miller has been delivering tailored workshops both in person and virtually for local authority participants. These provide an opportunity for you to explore in more depth any of the round table discussions, or the keynote speeches most relevant and beneficial to you.  

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I thoroughly enjoyed the event – one of the most informative I’ve attended for quite some time – I particularly enjoyed the round tables…I can’t wait for Councils Building Homes 7!

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Mark Pratten (Airey Miller)

Understanding the Draft Building and Fire Safety Bills

The issues raised by Dame Judith Hackitt following Grenfell has been articulated in two Safety Bills.  A third un-intended consequence came in the form of external wall surveys and the EWS 1 forms.

 

Mark will discuss the differences between the two bills and answer any questions from delegates in respect of their new developments or their obligations to make existing buildings safe and compliant.

Proposed workshop: BLAH BLAH BLAH

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Clare Chettle (Airey Miller)

How can Councils fix the Broken Housing System?

On behalf of Jacki Sadek, Clare discussed how the public and private sector have attempted to boost housing supply, as addressed in Jackie's recent book Broken Homes. Britain’s Housing Crisis; and suggests how a set of reforms can provide homes for all. 

 

She will invite delegates to debate the issues and propose solutions for their own local authorities.

Proposed Workshops: BLAH BLAH BLAH

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Caroline Pillay (CBH Chair)

Experiences Delivering Estate Regeneration

Caroline invited her table to discuss issues affecting the planning and delivery of regeneration projects. The intention was to knowledge share with peers as to how difficulties can be managed, mitigated and eliminated between them. Her many years of local authority development can assist on large or small scale projects alike. 

Proposed Workshops: BLAH BLAH BLAH

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Peter Airey (Airey Miller)

Better Cost and Value for Money

Peter discussed suggestions as to how local authorities can obtain best prices by risk management and operating greater control over design development.

 

Cost Consultant, Colin Nicolson, discussed with delegates how to improve viability.

Proposed Workshop: BLAH BLAH BLAH

Some of our Local Authority Clients

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I found the forum highly informative, supportive, creative and very worthwhile. The opportunity to discuss common issues with an experienced cohort public and private professionals was refreshing. I will certainly attend again in the future.

Terry Fuller

Homes England