|Date & Time:||November 4, 2014 8:30 am||Add to Calendar (.ics)|
There is less than a year until the general election. So Shelter are bringing together the leading figures in property and architecture to discuss exactly how the next government can solve the housing shortage – and we would like you to add your voice to the debate.
In partnership with Cambridge University Land Society, the discussion will centre around Shelter and KPMG’s report: Building the homes we need, a blueprint for addressing the drastic housing shortage. With three panel discussions covering planning, design and housing provision, it promises to be a lively and interactive debate.
In addition to representatives from KPMG and Shelter, our panelists will include:
Shamez Alibhai, Partner Cheyne Capital
John Assael, Chairman, shareholder and co-founder, Assael Architecture
Nick Brindley, Chartered Town Planner and Partner, Gerald Eve
Stephen Howlett, Chief Executive, Peabody
Bill Hughes, Managing Director, Legal & General Property, L&G
Rob Perrins, Managing Director, Berkeley Group
Professor Anne Power, Head of Housing and Communities Department LSE
Jackie Sadek, Chief Executive, Uk Regeneration
Marc Vlessing, Director, Pocket Living
Gus Zogolovitch, Managing Director, Solid Space
This event cannot be booked via the website. Spaces are very limited so please apply directly to Ali Young: