The race is on to build 300,000 new homes a year – but how can you ensure your new communities are prosperous, healthy and vibrant?
Councils need help to form the relationships that can get new developments off the ground, and inspiration to shape their rapidly changing places to promote fairness and opportunity. LGC’s Future Places conference, taking place on the 22 - 23 May at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, will attract up to 100+ attendees from public and private sector organisations, all keen to navigate the challenges of place-shaping and housing delivery for both new and existing communities.
By investing in 24 hours out of the office you will gain a rare opportunity to think, learn and network with peers, equipping you with new skills to help build a resilient and well-functioning place in which to live and work.
Key reasons to attend include:
Be inspired by some of the most prominent figures in place-shaping, regeneration, planning, infrastructure creation and construction to inspire improvements in your own communities
Learn from examples of great innovation, best practice from across the country, and expert advice and guidance to support your work in creating your place
Join a safe space for discussion with peers to share difficulties and work together to solve common challenges for the benefit of communities