If you’re attending Housing 2022 this year, be sure to stop and say hello to LABC Warranty on stand G50, not far from the Fringe Festival Stage.
Be sure to pop into our presentation, too – LABC Warranty Regional Director Julian Roper, along with technical expert Steve Chadwick, will be speaking on day one, June 27, at 15:00 on the Insight Stage.
Their talk focuses on the relationship between housing association or local authorities and their building contractors.
Particular focus will be given to how local authorities can assert demands from their contractors to reputation-enhancing homes on-schedule.
The talk will also feature some of the most common defects in house building, the harm they cause residents, and how they can be avoided.
Visit this link to download an Outlook calendar file and add it to your schedule, or add the talk to your custom Housing 2022 itinerary.
Other members of the LABC Warranty team will also be at the event, manning the stand and walking the floor.
We had a quick chat with Lee Thomas, Business Development Manager, ahead of Housing to see what he’s looking forward to.
Which topics do you think will be most important at Housing 2022?
Planning permission, and getting planning permission quicker.
Which talks are you most interested in attending?
Day 1 – Tuesday 28 June
- 09:30 - Taking Futures forward, our journey to 2024
- 13:45 - Procuring MMC Category 2 - our learning journey
Day 2 – Wednesday 29 June
What learning or information do you hope to take away from Housing 2022?
In light of a possible recession, are we expecting the Social Boom to continue or retract?
Where are we at with MMC - I have some unanswered feelings that this area will in a few years be much more seriously taken and its very reminiscent of the pathway MMC took in commercial government procurement directives.
Is there anything else you’re looking forward to about Housing?
Meeting people on the stand, and asking about the future of their company/organisation.
Will you be available for a chat with any LABC Warranty customers, clients, or prospects?
Of course, I’ll be available on the first and second days of the event.
Please Note: Every care was taken to ensure the information in this article was correct at the time of publication. Any written guidance provided does not replace the reader’s professional judgement and any construction project should comply with the relevant Building Regulations or applicable technical standards. However, for the most up to date LABC Warranty technical guidance please refer to your Risk Management Surveyor and the latest version of the LABC Warranty Technical Manual.