2019 Annual Conference
Date: November 21, 2019, 9:00 am until: November 22, 2019, 2:00 pm
Event Type: Conference
Venue: MERCURE Holland House Hotel, 24-26 Newport Road, Cardiff, CF24 0DD
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CHC’s Annual Conference is the most important event in Welsh housing, and this year promises to be our best yet! Save £30 by booking early bird tickets now.
We have secured an exciting line up of high profile speakers to engage, inspire and challenge you as we continue on our journey to ensure good housing is a basic right for all in Wales.
- Nick Watt, Political Editor of BBC Newsnight
Nick Watt has worked in national journalism for nearly 30 years, and likes to joke that the downfall of Margaret Thatcher marked his debut in political journalism. As the political editor of BBC Newsnight, he has unrivalled expertise on Brexit and the current political outlook across the UK.
With the UK set to leave the European Union on 31st October, our Annual Conference will come at a time of unprecedented political turmoil in the UK. Find out what it means for housing in Wales.
- Grace Blakeley, Economics Commentator at the New Statesman
What next for the UK economy?
As the New Statesman’s Economic Commentator and a Research Fellow on the IPPR’s Commission on Economic Justice, Grace has been a regular on broadcast media channels across the UK, discussing the future of the UK economy. She specialises in international economics and macro-economic policy, with a particular focus on financial regulation, regional economics and housing. Her first book – Stolen: How to save the world from financialisation will be published this September.
- Minister for Housing and Local Government, Julie James AM
After almost a year in the post, the Minister will reflect on her time in the post and the huge amount of work that is ongoing following the Independent Review of Affordable Housing Supply.
- David Olusoga, Historian and Presenter of BBC’s A House Through Time
David Olusoga is a British-Nigerian historian, broadcaster and film-maker. An award-winning presenter and documentary maker, he is also regular a writer for The Guardian and The Observer and has written for The Nation and BBC History Magazine.
In his BBC series A House Through Time, David charts British history as lived by the successive inhabitants of a single home in a British city. As we look to the future of housing in Wales, David will ask what lessons we can learn from history.
The full programme will be available soon on CHC’s website
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