RESI 2017 is set to be the most important yet. Property Week has lined up the biggest names in property and politics to assess the housing landscape in the wake of the general election and appointment of Alok Sharma as housing minister.

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We will also investigate the potential impact of Brexit and ask what lessons need to be learned from the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

In keeping with this year’s theme of Modern Methods of Disruption, we will be running a stream of content dedicated to proptech for the first time. BTR will also be high on the agenda, as will stamp duty and the latest international innovations.

We are also delighted to announce that ahead of the event we will be hosting a special Twitter debate on #RESIdebate featuring the head of residential research at Savills, Lucian Cook, on 17 August - click here to find out more details on how to get involved.

Alongside this, the Housing & Finance Institute is partnering with RESI 2017 and will be bringing along a number of local authorities who want to do business with you. To arrange your one-to-one meeting, book your delegate pass and time slot now.

HFI chief executive Natalie Elphicke says: “RESI 2017 brings together movers and shakers in property development and property investment. The Housing & Finance Institute are delighted to be working with RESI and Property Week to provide a unique opportunity for local authorities to come together with property experts and investors, to discuss best practice and ensure we build the million homes our country needs.”

Never has there been a greater need for the sector to come together to debate the challenges we face - here’s more on why:

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2 Grenfell, politics & planning

We will be asking how building standards and fire safety regulations need to be improved in light of the Grenfell Tower fire and what lessons the property industry needs to learn, particularly with regard to buildings that have been converted under PDR.

We will also examine what the appointment of Alok Sharma as housing minister means for the housing white paper and debate stamp duty, the growing role of local authorities, the burgeoning build-to-rent sector and how planning can be unlocked to help rather than hinder housing delivery.

3 The proptech revolution

The theme of this year’s conference is Modern Methods of Disruption and we will be hearing from some of the biggest disruptors around in Speakers’ Corner, sponsored by Osborne Clarke.
For the first time at RESI, we will be running a parallel stream of content, which will be dedicated to all things proptech. That means that a whole new crowd of speakers and delegates will be attending the event. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to hear what the rising stars of proptech have to say and to network with them.

4 The international dimension

The sector has embraced modern methods of construction (MMC) over the past couple of years and it is arguably driving the growth of BTR.
But there are also lessons to be learned from overseas. We will be showcasing the best-in-class initiatives of leading international players as well as assessing how MMC is evolving in the UK. It is also set to be a key talking point at an exclusive developer round table, which will be attended by some of the UK’s biggest housing developers - who you will be able to meet and network with afterwards.

Want to find out about more about all these topics and more? Book your place for RESI 2017 now

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