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Get expert one-to-one help on implementing the Self-build and Custom Housebuilding Regulations 2016
Find out about funding
Hear how vanguard Councils and experienced landowners and developers are capitalising on the Right to Build
Network and share your experiences of the Right to Build so far
From 1 April 2016 Local Authorities had an obligation to develop Right to Build demand registers for people in their areas that want to commission their own home.
From 31 October 2016 Local Authorities have an obligation to grant planning permission for sufficient shovel ready plots to meet the demand of the Right to Build registers within three years.
Now is the time for those implementing the Right to Build – Local Authorities, landowners and developers – to ensure you maximize the potential of the demand registers and develop the right planning strategies.
Richard Bacon MP, chair of APPG for Self Build Custom and Community Housebuilding and Placemaking
Jacqueline Tellinga, project leader for the City of Almere, Netherlands
Karen Curtin, commercial director of Cherwell Council and Graven Hill Development Company board member
Raymond Connor, chief executive of Buildstore and NaCSBA board member
Gus Zogolovitch, managing director of Inhabit Homes
Adam Phelps, head of land and new homes, Humberts
Sally Tagg, managing director of Foxley Tagg Planning Consultants and NaCSBA board member
Chris Brown, executive chairman of igloo
Robin Shepherd, partner at Barton Willmore
Kirk Howe, Adele Lewis-Ward and Tim Sullivan, HCA Home Building Fund team
Come to one, or both, of the debates looking at:
How we can persuade the buying public to custom and self build
How we can deliver custom and self build serviced plots at the pace we need
There will also be a lunchtime workshop led by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) looking at the Home Building Fund.
Throughout the day there will be the opportunity to take part in our ‘Ask the Expert’ sessions.
The event is free but places at the debates are limited, so please book your place as soon as possible.