The North West Housing Conference takes place at the BT Convention Centre, Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront on Friday 4 November 2016.
With over 200 senior delegates in attendance exclusively from the North West social housing sector, the conference provides a great opportunity to showcase your products or services, increase brand awareness, generate sales leads or simply network with this very targeted audience.
The conference is a not-for-profit event with a local charity benefiting from the proceeds of the conference each year.
Exhibition Space Available at the Conference:
- 2mx3m space (space only)
- Lunch and refreshments for up to two exhibition staff
- One complimentary conference delegate place
- Biography and contact details listed in the exhibition guide
- One insert in the delegates’ bag Printed delegate list
- Vote of thanks by conference chair at the opening and closing sessions
- Opportunity to enter a gift into the prize draw for delegates
- Space includes access to one plug socket
- Exhibitors have access to free Wi-Fi throughout the day
- A table and 2 chairs can be hired from ACC Liverpool at a cost of £40 + VAT per stand
£495 + VAT
The Exhibitors Manual including all forms to be completed and returned will be distributed once your exhibition stand has been booked.
For more information or to book an exhibition space please contact Cara Bartlett at Mitchell Charlesworth on 0151 255 2300 or email@example.com or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brabners is a leading North West law firm specialising in corporate and commercial services for large and mid-sized corporate companies, SMEs, entrepreneurs, public sector organisations and charities across the UK.
They have nationally recognised experts in each of their key practice areas of corporate, commercial, property, employment, environment, health & safety, litigation, sports, social housing and charity. In addition, their business succession team offers a bespoke service to business owners and entrepreneurs.
As well as commercial law, Brabners are one of the few major practices still looking after the personal needs of the individual with large private client practice advising on drafting wills, estate planning, family law, complicated tax planning and trust work.
Service is key to the delivery of their offering and as such they aim to recruit and retain highly motivated and skilled professionals and support staff, who are committed to delivering effective, client-focused legal services.
Brabners pro-active approach is constructive, committed and down to earth and we work closely with all of our clients to provide commercially realistic solutions to their legal problems.
ForViva is a forward-thinking social organisation whose members own and manage 18,000 homes across the North West.
ForViva works collaboratively with like-minded partners to deliver excellent and innovative services for communities. Bringing together group members City West Housing Trust, Villages Housing Association and construction company ForWorks, ForViva builds much needed affordable homes, empowers people to gain training and secure employment, provides access to health and well being support and creates sustainable and safe communities.
The Social Enterprise providing leading Procurement and Regeneration Services
We are an award winning social enterprise who has gained national recognition for our collaborative approach with our members.
Our Procurement and Community Regeneration services meet the unique requirements of public sector organisations, large scale organisations and the third sector.
Delivering Efficiencies, Creating Social Value
Fusion21 have been able to deliver over £140M worth of efficiency savings whilst creating over 2000 employment opportunities in the communities of our members.
We are committed to promoting compliant and socially responsible public procurement as a means to save money and generate cashable savings for the benefit of our current and future members.
Local Solutions is a charity delivering services to people primarily across the North West of England and North Wales. Established in 1974, they have a proven track record of improving the quality of life for vulnerable and excluded people.
This is achieved through the following programmes:
- Anti-bullying support service
- Domestic Abuse support service
- Carers support
- Mental health support
- Training programmes
- Home insulation
- Homelessness Provision
- Fuel Debt Advice Service
- Money Advice Service
- Supporting young homeless people
- Outdoor pursuits
- Conference facilities
- Care Training
- Shopmobility service
- Welfare Rights service
- Watersports Centre
Since 1997 they have held ‘Investors in People’ accreditation, and have demonstrated their commitment to maintaining this standard by providing training to both staff and volunteers in all of their projects
The housing sector has recently experienced the most sweeping reforms for generations. Whilst Housing Associations are having to continually evolve, the changes have also presented major opportunities for forward-thinking Registered Providers, as the government launches into a long term building programme for affordable homes.
Mitchell Charlesworth’s service provision to Registered Providers is an informed and responsive service with extensive experience of local, regional and national issues. Our dedicated team of professionals, headed by Managing Partner Paul Wainwright, is committed to continuous development, adopting a pro-active approach to the ever evolving housing and regeneration landscape. We routinely invest core time to master current housing legislation and practice, taxation, business methods and emerging technologies, thus ensuring that we meet, and often exceed, our client’s expectations.
- Housing Associations
- Housing Co-operatives
- Procurement Specialists
- Housing industry suppliers
Specialist Services include:
- Audit & Accounts
- Tax & VAT Advice
- Business Insurance
- Pensions & Investments
- Corporate Finance
The Regenda Group
The Regenda Group is a great quality, forward thinking housing business, building, managing and maintaining the homes people need.
The Group employs around 500 people, has assets of over £489 million and a turnover of £55 million. We have built around 500 properties over the last three years and supported 140 people back into employment or training. They have also established 12 new business start-ups in partnership with other organisations and got over 300 independent living residents online. The Regenda Limited board has three sub-committees covering risk and audit, nominations and remuneration and housing services.
The Group head office is based in Liverpool with additional offices in Oldham and Fleetwood.
SSE (Scottish & Southern Electricity)
At SSE, our job is to provide the energy people need in a reliable and sustainable way. We’re involved in producing, distributing and supplying electricity and gas and we provide other energy-related services as well. SSE is the only company listed on the London Stock Exchange involved in such a wide range of energy businesses.
The SLH Group
The SLH Group is the collective term for South Liverpool Homes, SLH Regeneration and SLH Projects, and predominately operates in the Speke and Garston areas of South Liverpool.
South Liverpool Homes is a housing association currently managing around 3700 homes.
SLH Regeneration is a social enterprise and home to SLH Home service, our unique and innovative partnership with Penny Lane Builders Limited, responsible for delivering our repairs and maintenance services.
SLH Projects is the development company within the group.
Symphony Housing Group
Symphony Housing Group owns and manages affordable homes in communities across the North West. We are a not for profit organisation regulated by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).
The Group is attributed to strong financial management, sound strategic leadership and governance, flexibility and creative diversification – all underpinned by a united approach to delivering excellence in our work.
By working in partnership with external partners we contribute to the success of communities by providing sustainable, affordable homes.
Unity Trust Bank
The Unity Trust Bank are the bank for organisations and businesses that aim to create community, social or environmental benefit in a financially sustainable way. They seek to put social change at the heart of everything we do by offering specialist banking and finance to organisations that have a positive impact on their communities.
The Unity Bank put social good and financial sustainability equal first and we use customer deposits to fund lending where there are clear social impacts; for example supporting job creation and retention or housing and community development.
They offer tailored products and services to suit our customers’ needs and we are committed to providing high levels of service for our customers, this is why the majority of new business comes to us by customer recommendation.