Why this is central to The Housing Forum’s Vision

Partnership working across the supply chain is the key to delivering quality.

It is also fundamental to achieving successful outcomes in complex housing projects which may require site assembly and estate remodelling in areas of both low and high values.

Regeneration schemes may take many years to deliver and rely on local authority and resident support. Joint Ventures and partnering projects help to manage risk and secure investment.

Insights & Reports

Reports
Councils Housing Spring Conference Insight Report
The Councils Housing Spring Conference focused on planning issues and regulatory reform, supported by The Housing Forum’s Local Councils Advisory Group.
Development Partnership Forum
Development Partnership Forum: Focus on the North West
Housing and Regeneration in the North West was be the focus of our second Development Partnership Forum in the 2021 series .
Development Partnership Forum
Development Partnership Forum Focus on the North and East
The Development Partnership Forum gave an update on Planning, Procurement and Construction Playbook matters and focused on major developments in the North and East, including the East Leeds Extension and  MOBIE at Northumbria University.
Development Partnership Forum
Housing Masterplanning for Councils
Within a complex and challenging environment, local councils are increasingly taking the role of lead developers. There is a growing need and demand for mixed use community focused regeneration schemes and town centre regeneration which provide opportunities for locally-led development.
Reports
Councils Housing Conference Report
The Autumn webinar explored progress within Councils' homebuilding programmes. 
Development Partnership Forum
Re-setting regeneration in post Covid times
We examined the characteristics of garden cities, garden villages and new settlements in achieving housing regeneration with a perspective on the impact of Covid 19 on progress and future plans.

Manifesto

The Housing Forum Manifesto calls for partnership with government and within the industry particularly through:

 

  • Political leadership
  • Enable and compel local authorities to commission supply
  • Future Proof the industry
  • A cross party long term plan for housing

What the Housing Forum says about Partnerships, Local Authorities and Regeneration

ONE
Our Development Partnership Forums were set up to bring together central and local government and local authority new entrants into housebuilding. Over the past three years we have examined investment, risk, the development life cycle, resident engagement and the role of local authorities in place making. The Development Partnership Forums are backed up with detailed resource packs covering issues in partnership working.

TWO
Local Council Practitioner Panels were set up to provide expertise and an exchange network for local councils developing homes for rent and sale. The Housing Forum draws on its extensive network of legal, cost consultancy, project management and site management experts to demonstrate approaches in housing development to local councils who are building again after many years.

THREE
The Estate Regneration National Strategy has been the topic of consultation events and seminars in Birmingham and Manchester. Our 2018 seminar “The New Reality – the role, of local authorities in increasing supply” featured presentation from MHCLG’S Director General, Newcastle City Council’s   CEO and Homes England’s Executive Director. Our report “The ABC of Growth and Infrastructure “covered examples of successful housing partnering schemes across the country.

FOUR
Local Council Membership of The Housing Forum is growing. Devolved groupings of local authorities, GLA, Kent Council and Greater Manchester have been members for a number of years and many city authorities are now joining

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