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Dear Sir / Madam,


I was just looking through the list of registered delegates for Housing 2018 and I didn't come across your name? If you’ve not already secured your place, I wanted send you a quick reminder that we're now in the final week of Early Bird registration which ends this Friday.

I would hate for you to miss out on the opportunity to secure your place at the lowest rate. Please ensure you book before midnight on Friday 20 April – book here.


We have a packed agenda for you, including government keynotes and masterclasses that will tackle current challenges such as homelessness, fire safety and delivering the government’s 300,000 homes a year target, as well as sessions on leadership and skills that will also ensure you leave with ready to implement solutions for your organisation.


Keynote speakers include:

Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, secretary of state, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

Terrie Alafat CBE, chief executive, CIH

Ruth Cooke, chief executive, Clarion Housing Group

Miriam Gonzalez, Co-chair - international trade and government regulation, Dechert and an active campaigner for women’s rights

Rt Hon John Healey MP, Shadow secretary of state for housing and planning

Anthony Hilton, economist and broadcaster, The Independent and Evening Standard

Sir Ken Knight CBE, chair, Independent Expert Advisory Panel-Building Safety Programme

Kit Malthouse MP, parliamentary under-secretary of state for family support, housing and child maintenance, Department of Work and Pensions

Dame Mary Elizabeth Marsh, non-executive director, HSBC and a leading authority on social leadership

James Murray, deputy mayor, Greater London Authority

Geeta Nanda, chief executive, Metropolitan Housing Trust

Polly Neate, chief executive, Shelter

James Palmer, mayor, Cambridgeshire and borough Combined Authority

Joanne Roney, chief executive, Manchester City Council

Ray O’Rourke, chief executive, Laing O’Rourke

Baroness Diana Warwick, chair, National Housing Federation


Plus with happy hours each day, central delegate lounge, breakfast briefings, our new TECH@Housing area, Offsite zone, and 60+ fringe events taking place over the three days, no other event delivers a peer-to-peer networking opportunity like it in the sector.


Don’t miss your opportunity to stay ahead and be part of Europe’s largest housing festival – register here today.


Kind regards,

Sarah Payling
Event Director
Housing 2018

p.s. Learn more about the policy landscape and current challenges facing housing organisations. Join our exclusive preview webinar featuring Inside Housing deputy editor Martin Hilditch, Monday 16th April at 15:00 - register here.


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