Housing Industry Leaders Cymru 2024

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Housing Industry Leaders Cymru 2024

We’re delighted to be hosting our Housing Cymru conference and exhibition on 11 July 2024.  Moving into its second year the event will bring together the Welsh Government, local authorities, housing associations, the wider stakeholder community and the supply chain to discuss their vision for the future and how the sector will support the needs of its citizens.

The day is packed full of main stage presentations and panel discussions, getting to the heart of current priorities, including:

  • Heritage – the move towards the use of timber/wool/crops etc
  • The use of innovative products to meet our net zero targets
  • Healthy Homes
  • A Welsh Government update on key policies
  • Wales’ four economic growth deals, what projects are forthcoming
  • Water in the Home

Fully Funded Tickets

We recognise that budgets are extremely tight across the public sector, in recognition of this Housing Industry Leaders are pleased to announce that all public sector, charities and housing association employees can attend our event free of charge.  This includes all day refreshments, a 4-star buffet lunch and an invitation to our post event drinks reception.

Why Attend

The purpose of this event is to provide a platform for current policies, plans, priorities and projects to be discussed in an open forum, discussing the challenges faced and the opportunities available in a thought provoking way.  Through our panel discussions we will get to the heart of key issues and are designed to be interactive, allowing you to have your voice heard.  The event will also bring together key decision makers across Wales with organisations from the private sector who have the capabilites and long term commitment to work closely together to improve Wales’ future.  It creates a room full of like minded people where knowledge and best practice can be shared and it’s only by working together that we can deliver a strategy which offers best value for the taxpayer and accelerate the transition to net zero.

Opportunities for the Private Sector

We have a number of sponsorship options available to meet your requirements, these include options to speak on the main stage addressing the whole audience, or by engaging in one of our panel sessions.  We also have an exhibition area running throughout the day allowing companies a focal point in the room to speak to delegates and to discuss their solutions in more detail.  We also recognise the importance of micro companies and SME companies and the role they play in Wales and have suitably priced opportunities to ensure they can be part of the conversation.

To register interest please email enquiry@peloton-events.co.uk, or call 0161 519 8950

Interested in the Event?

Event Speakers.

Gareth Morgan
Gareth Morgan
Strategic Partnerships Manager - Hywel Dda Health Board
Professor John Edwards
Professor John Edwards
Director Edwards Hart Consultants and Professor of Practice University of Wales Trinity St David

Event Schedule.

08.00 – 09.15 – Registration and networking
09.15 – 09.30 – Headline Sponsor – Turner & Townsend – Retrofit Accelerator London with UK Government – invited
09.30 – 09.45 – Triton Showers – speaker TBC
09.45 – 10.15 – Panel discussion – Heritage, the move towards the use of timber/wool/crops etc
• Ruth Marie Mackrodt, Director – Wool Insulation Ltd
• Gary Newman – Chief Executive – Woodknowledge
• Jill Fairbrother – Historic Environment Skills Manager – Welsh Government
• John Edwards – IHBC Technical Panel Chair
10.15 – 10.30 – Julie James MS, Minister for Climate Change
10.30 – 11.00 – Panel discussion – The use of innovative products to meet our net zero targets
• Andrew Perry – Head of Technology Transformation – Energy Systems Catapult
• Joanne Ingham – Product Marketing Manager – Tata Steel
• Charlotte Hale – Operations Director – SoModular
11.00 – 11.45 – Refreshments and networking
11.45 – 12.10 – Panel Discussion – Healthy Homes
• Gareth Morgan – Public Health Practitioner – NHS
• Dan Bowers – Head of Psychology – University of South Wales
• Aico – speaker TBC
12.10 – 12.25 –Don’t forget it’s someone’s home featuring
• David Wilton – Chief Executive -TPAS Cymru –
• Akshita Lakhiwal – NetZero Tenant Engagement officer – TPAS Cymru
12.25 – 12.55 – Welsh Government update on key policies
• Tanya Wigfall – Head of Professional Learning, Leadership & Governors – Welsh Government
• Rhiannon Phillips – Head of Domestic Energy Efficiency & Fuel Poverty – Welsh Government
• Abi Phillips – Head of Innovation – Welsh Government
12.55 – 13.10 – Thermoguard – speaker TBC
13.10 – 13.40 – Panel discussion with the private sector – digitalisation of the housing sector
13.40 – 14.45 – Lunch and networking
14.45 – 14.50 –  Chair afternoon welcome
14.50 – 15.20 – Panel discussion featuring the four economic growth deals and Decarbonisation
• Oonagh Gavigan – Project Manager – Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council – invited
• Gemma Dellafield – Regional Energy Officer – Ceredigion County Council
• Elgan Roberts – Low Carbon Energy Manager – Ambition North Wales
• Nicola Somerville – CCR Energy – invited
15.20 – 15.35 – Panasonic – speaker TBC
15.35 – 15.50 – Private sector representation
15.50 – 16.10 – Nick Abbott – Project Lead – Cartrefi Hydrogen Homes
16.10 – 16.40 – Water Innovation Usage in the home – Cartref Scheme
• Kiri Andrews – Network Services Manager – Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
• Euan Hampton – Programme Manager – Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
16.40 – 17.15 – Post event drinks reception

Event Sponsors.

Headline Sponsor

Thought Leaders

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In Attendance