As the UK grapples with what it means to live with Covid-19, and the housing industry starts to get back on its feet, we’re bringing together sector service providers and users in an online summit to discuss ‘building back better’ and the drive for more accessible homes.
While we’re keen to see building regulations amended to set a higher minimum standard for accessibility in new homes, we know that more accessible homes will require more than a change in legislation.
The Habinteg Summit is a way to explore the main challenges the sector faces, which pose a barrier to accessible housing.
We want to uncover practical ideas for how these challenges can be addressed in order to produce a whitepaper that can be used as a roadmap for accessible housing.
And we’d like to invite you to join us online .
Eddie Hughes MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Rough Sleeping and Housing, will give the summit’s opening address followed by a discussion between an invited panel of sector experts on the challenges to delivering accessible housing.
The discussion will be interspersed with live presentations from disability influencers and campaigners about the benefits they’ve experienced from living in an accessible home.
The panel will be chaired by Habinteg CEO, Nick Apetroaie, and will include:
Reserve your FREE place at this live-streamed event, and take advantage of the opportunity to put your question directly to panel members.
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