BOOK NOW for NIFHA’s 2018 Development & Asset Management Conference and Exhibition
Don’t miss out! We’ve a great line-up of speakers for the conference, which takes place on Thursday, 14th June at Malone Lodge Hotel in Belfast. Come along to learn from the experts about the most topical issues in social and affordable housing development, asset management and procurement.
Guest speakers include:
John Hughes, Notting Hill Genesis Housing, on ‘Joint Venture Developments – doing more while managing risk’
Gareth Davies, Coastal Homes, on ”Mixed Tenure Development – a Welsh perspective’
Richard Ramsey, Ulster Bank, on ‘The changing face of supply & demand in the housing market’
Stephen Martin, Dept. for Communities, on ‘Mainstreaming Mixed-Tenure in Northern Ireland’
Patrick Keatley, Belfast School of Architecture and the Built Environment, on ‘Tenants as Energy Generators – The Internet of Energy’
Jan Taranczuk, Taranczuk Associates, on ‘Fire Safety – what’s next?’
Ben Mack, Malcolm Hollis Surveyors, on ‘CDM regulations made simple’
Kieran Colgan, Ark Consulting, on ‘Safe as Houses – asset management’
Dominic Higgins, M3, on ‘How to best manage and monitor schedule of rates usage’
This informative and inspiring event takes place on Thursday, 14th June at Malone Lodge Hotel, Belfast.
The Development and Asset Management Exhibition offers a unique opportunity to engage and do business with key decision makers in the social and affordable housing sector across development, asset management and procurement.
Alongside the exhibition will be a series of seminars exploring strategic and technical issues for the sector and our partners and showcasing innovative practice.
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