The aim of the British New Homes Mortgage Senate is to evolve the new-build agenda at all levels from government to the consumer. To that end, this event brings together an carefully selected group of the leading and most influential new-build lenders, adviser firms, builders, developers, housing associations and related services to discuss the live issues and encourage positive action to drive the future activity of this key sector of the housing landscape.
The agenda will examine the post-pandemic UK economy, the state of the housing market in general and new-build in particular, and look at the drivers for private and state investment in housing, lender appetite and the shape of consumer demand for new build. We will examine the pressing issue of climate change, the historic impact of residential housing and the part the new-build sector can play in the push towards sustainability.
We will hear from the New Homes Quality Board and learn more about its plans and aims, how they will benefit the industry and the homebuyer, and what roles we can all play in moving the new-build sector forwards.
On the lender side, a number of seasoned small building society heads will discuss their offerings, ideas and innovations, debate what future product and service offering might be possible and where larger lender might learn some lessons. And we will look at the role of the advisers, and how they need to function and operate differently in a world without Help to Buy.
Delegates will be encouraged to take an active part in the entire event by asking questions and sharing observations during the day, and are also invited to network with the speakers, sponsors and one another during lunch.
Please note that this event is held under the Chatham House Rule. When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. To view more on the rule please click here.