With a new home for the 2019 edition, HOMES UK will provide the UK’s residential property sector with the opportunity to connect, learn and do business over an action-packed two days HOMES UK is an unrivalled event that will look at the entire ecosystem of both home building and maintenance for every type of accommodation in the UK, from affordable to market sale and the rapidly growing build to rent, student, co-living and retirement sectors.
It’s the only event of its kind to unite so many residential players, driving collaboration and discussion, and providing a showcase for the latest solutions necessary to deliver a diverse and high-quality supply of new homes to address the UK crisis.
HOMES UK also consistently attracts the largest concentrated audience of senior decision-makers (70 per cent of attendees have budgetary responsibility), making it a fantastic platform for doing business.
All of the action in one place
The show floor is set to host over 200 exhibitors, showcasing innovative products and services designed for HOMES UK’s key market. Meanwhile, the extensive conference programme will run over seven varied theatres covering everything from sustainability, design quality and regeneration, to planning reform, Brexit and the sector’s future workforce.
Bringing together a programme that covers every type of residential accommodation is no mean feat, but the show’s creators have curated the best of your sector’s expertise and achievements through over 70 hours of high-calibre content.
Although now in its eighth year, the ethos of HOMES UK hasn’t changed – keeping the design, build and management of great quality homes in thriving communities at its heart. The programme will provide insight on complex challenges while also offering practical advice and success stories led by peers.
Choose from topics spanning the entire lifecycle of residential development and asset management. This year, you’ll find industry heavyweights and rising stars alongside even the odd celebrity, making HOMES UK an event not to be missed. Conference highlights include:
- How should we reform the planning system?
- Brexit or bust? What’s next for the residential market?
- Design quality: Building better, not just building more
- Hackitt 18 months on: What still needs to change?
- Regeneration: How do we drive quality community engagement?
- Homes for an ageing population: At crisis point?
- Sustainability and the carbon zero challenge
- Health and wellbeing in our homes and towns
Why should you attend HOMES UK?
- Learn from proven case studies on what is working in the sector – the organisers have spent hours researching the answers to your biggest challenges so you don’t have to.
- Gain fresh ideas from international speakers from Vienna, the US and more – access world-leading expertise that you rarely find at other UK events.
- Rapidly expand your network at one of the biggest meeting places for the entire sector. Meet potential partners and talent from over 6,000 attendees at curated networking events.
- Keep up-to-date with product innovations and sector announcements at the show’s biggest-ever exhibition of 250 suppliers.
What’s new for 2019?
- A focus on rapidly growing markets like build to rent, student accommodation, intergenerational and co-living – keep up with trends or research expansion opportunities.
- Reimagine what housing looks like at the Home of 2030 charette led by the Ministry of Building Innovation & Education (MOBIE). Generate ideas by collaborating with students and sector leaders.
- New TECH theatre dedicated to digital innovation and customer experience – a one-stop shop to help progress your digital journey.
Public sector and not-for-profit employees can register for a free visitor pass (a £165+VAT per day ticket fee applies to private sector and for-profit attendees) and start planning their content schedule. You can tell HOMES UK what you’re most looking forward to by joining the conversation on Twitter @HomesEvent. The show looks forward to welcoming you to the ExCeL later this year to explore the #futureofliving.