Join the debate on building homes for all in Croydon

Join the debate on building homes for all in Croydon

Solving the housing crisis is becoming the hottest political topic of the decade - from Prime Minister Theresa May's social housing mission to the GLA's anticipated new tougher housing targets for local authorities.

But what does 'solving the housing crisis' mean at a local level? Can the housebuilding industry play a role in developing new solutions?

Join the Develop Croydon Conference on November 21 and participate in the debate about the housing shortage in Croydon and what developers are already doing to overcome it.

Sponsored by London Gatwick Airport, and chaired by BBC World News anchorwoman Lucy Hockings, the summit entitled Meanwhile in Croydon at Croydon Park Hotel will bring together developers, architects, agents, cultural and political leaders and industry experts.

Speakers on the housing panel, sponsored by Tide Construction Ltd, include:

Marc Vlessing, Pocket Living, producing affordable housing for first time buyers.•

Kieran White, Vision Modular Systems, working with Tide Construction on a new modular built residential tower in Croydon - the tallest modular build in Europe

Piers Gough, CZWG Architects, the architects behind what will be Britain's second tallest tower, One Lansdowne.

Don't miss this opportunity to find out from the residential leaders in Croydon what they think the borough's future housing market will require.

Sign up today, and enjoy the use of our conference app, sponsored by One Lansdowne. Available to all delegates, it allows you to send your questions direct to the panel for debate and network with other conference attendees.

To find out more about the conference, its full programme and speakers, go here.