- Date: Wednesday 31st October 2018
- Time: 13:00 – 16:30
- Location: Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, London
With Housing Revenue Accounts under increasing pressure from welfare reform, decreasing subsidies and the 1% rent cut, London’s boroughs have been forced to find new and innovative ways to save money and generate income.
This London Strategic Housing Forum session will explore some of the more successful approaches and look ahead to post-2020 when the rent cut is phased out and the opportunities and challenges this could bring for local authorities.
The forum will also discuss the potential impact of policies arising from the Social Housing Green Paper and investigate whether a fundamental shift is needed in how the London boroughs approach housing in the future – from new build and regeneration to social care, the refurbishment of existing stock and flexible rents.
The forum will be a mix of speeches and round table discussions, the timetable will be published.
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