Tuesday 27 April 2021, 4:00pm - 4:45pm
In this webinar we will explore the fundamental similarities and challenges across both markets to help maximise growth and sustainable delivery, prioritising community as the key to demand.
Our panel will discuss the differences and synergies between the markets and lessons that can be learned by working more closely together, especially in terms of the opportunities for both sectors from inter-generational living and unlocking the urban market. Key things to be explored will include access to the ‘right’ land, funding, planning and inclusive design for the demographic, together with issues around affordability and viability of services and communal spaces.
This is a live event and there will be an opportunity for questions and answers on the day; if you wish, you may also forward your questions in advance to email@example.com.
Who should attend
Registered providers, social housing organisations, care homes and private developers
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