In light of the vote for Brexit and other recent political and economic events, there has never been a more critical time for the residential industry to come together and pull in the same direction to “keep Britain building”.


RESI, taking place on 12-14 September, will show you how to keep the industry on the road – we’ve gathered the market heavyweights from all sides of the residential sector to thrash out the answers the industry urgently needs.

On policy, we will hear from the newly-appointed housing minister Gavin Barwell on how to create the right conditions to keep Britain building.

Gavin Barwell

New housing minister Gavin Barwell is among the key speakers - Source: Flickr/Cabinet Office/Creative Commons

Other high-level speakers – top representatives from local authorities and housing associations, construction and housebuilding, developers and investors – will debate the housing market in the light of the Brexit vote,  including devolution of power to cities and the role of the public sector. 

Key speakers for the agenda days at Celtic Manor Resort Golf Club in Gwent, Wales (13-14 September) include:

Special 10th anniversary feature: Development of the Decade Award

To celebrate RESI’s 10th anniversary, we have launched the Development of the Decade Award. A shortlist of 10 schemes has been announced and will be displayed in the 10 For 10 Gallery at RESI.

Delegates will cast their vote for their favourite development, and the winners will be revealed during the conference on Wednesday, 14 September.

Networking & Social

RESI 2016 offers ample networking opportunities throughout its three days.  On the evening of Monday 12 September, there will be a welcome drinks reception with a special guest speaker. On Tuesday 13 September, we will host the annual gala dinner and entertainment, followed by cocktails reception.

Other great activities are the golf tournament on the TwentyTen course, Honda pilots, hovercraft and duck herding and go-karting session.  To take part in any of the above, all delegates can register their interest at no extra cost. 


RESI will continue to facilitate cutting-edge debate, showcase best practice, explore the opportunities and challenge the status quo – championing the delivery of additionality and innovation across all housing tenures.  All this while providing unmissable networking and first-hand learning!

For more information on the conference and to book your place, visit

Thank-you to platinum sponsors Residential Land, Roomservice by CORT and Arcadis, gold sponsors LIV Group and Yardi, gala dinner sponsor David Philips, and partners HCA, RICS, BPF and ULI, for making RESI a long-running success.