Housing and co-production: how does it work?

The best examples of community-led housing emerge where local authorities understand and actively embrace the role of communities as key partners. Across the capital, the appetite for joint working is high but questions remain: what is co-production, and how does it work in practice?

 

As part of our Foundations for Community-Led Housing programme, Future of London will bring borough teams, community groups and delivery partners together to learn from successful collaborations. Through an afternoon of expert speakers and facilitated workshops, the event will help delegates to identify the opportunities co-production can realise in housing and regeneration; encouraging stronger relationships and building trust between all parties.
 
When: Monday, 25 March, 2 to 5 pm
Where: Nearest tube station Stratford
 
Speakers:

A keynote address will be followed by joint presentations from partnerships including Older Women's Co-Housing (OWCH) and Pollard Thomas Edwards.

RSVP

This event is free to attend thanks to our sponsors London Community-Led Housing Hub, igloo Community Builders, Pollard Thomas Edwards, Commonweal and Legal and General, but registration is essential.  

Registration steps:

  1. Click 'Register Now' and fill in your details.
  2. You'll receive an automatically generated email confirming your request to attend (it might end up in your junk folder). Please note this is not a confirmation of your place.
  3. We'll let you know if you've received a place by Friday, 15 March.

Note: We'll take photographs at this event. For information on how we use photographs or to notify us that you don't want to be photographed, contact events@futureoflondon.org.uk.

When
25th March 2019 2:00 PM   through   5:00 PM