Monday, October 8, 2012
Homes for Britainis a united voice for housing representing all parts of the housing sector. For the first time, all parts of the housing sector have united, underHomes for Britain, to ensure our politicians understand the scale of the challenge and that it is time to turn our housing crisis into a catalyst. Homes for Britainknows that we need growth fast and housing is vital to both economic growth and strong communities. Every pound invested in housing generates three pounds in the wider economy.
Aside from the strong economic argument, a decent home is a fundamental building block to a healthy, independent and dignified life. Without it, people struggle to achieve their aspirations.Homes for Britainhope that politicians will show that the political will exists across all parties to address the desperate housing shortage and every community's need for the right homes, in the right place at the right price.
Countrywide are proud to support and attend theHomes for Britain'slaunch event at the Conservative Party conference, such an important event that puts housing where it belongs - top of the political agenda. TheHomes for Britainreception will be the premier event of conference season, bringing together all those concerned with housing to highlight the crucial role it has to play in driving growth and building strong communities.
Homes for Britain reception: Launching a united voice for housing
Monday 8th October
19:30 - 21:00
Hall 10B, the ICC
Speakers: Housing Minister Mark Prisk (invited), CBI Director General John Cridland CBE, LGA Conservative Group Leader Cllr Gary Porter.
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