Get round the table with key sector bodies from the regulator to the Bank of England. Our Executive Insight programme is for senior housing leaders and is part of membership. It includes a series of meetings, seminars and round-table discussions with key bodies in the housing sector.
Bringing you the relevant people from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) and many more, these sessions give the opportunity to listen, learn, challenge and influence those who set and shape policy in our sector.
These forums focus on topical discussions around issues of the day from in and out of sector speakers. Our Chief Executive, Laurice Ponting chairs the London Directors' Forum and our Assistant Chief Executive, Ian Wright chairs the Executive Directors' Forum.
Our HouseMark-led panels, focus on regulation and are regionally based (only available in England).
Meeting three times per year, these panels equip 10-15 senior housing leaders with the opportunity to gain insight and provide market feedback to the HCA housing regulator and Bank of England agents.
Benefits of panel membership are around ensuring staff have senior level access to key influencers of market operations and provide early intelligence on areas which may impact their business.
Attendance at Executive Insight sessions is by invitation only.
For more information, please contact email@example.com or call 024 7646 0500.
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