Shelter Cymru logoShelter Cymru are holding their People and Homes Conference 2017.

Book your place now for Wales’ leading people and homes conference.

10% discount for SCVS Members - Click here to check your membership status.

(*There are 2 free delegate places available for a small organisation with limited funds. This is available on a first come first served basis. Please contact Jennifer asap if you would like to take advantage of this offer).

It’s all change in Welsh housing… the Welsh Government’s efforts to improve people’s lives through private landlord licensing and homelessness legislation are starting to pay off. At the same time, new financial challenges and ambitious house building targets are sharpening everyone’s focus.

This conference takes stock of how far we have come, and looks ahead to the challenges and opportunities of the future.

They’ll be...

  • Launching their Living Home Standard survey which will reveal, for the first time, what people in different tenures and parts of Wales think about the quality of their homes.
  • Debating the potential for taxation to relie...ve pressures in the housing market, stimulate regeneration and make housing more affordable for everyone.
  • Learning about new and innovative ways of engaging with people who are at risk of homelessness.

Speakers confirmed to date:

  • Carl Sergeant AM, Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children
  • Joanne Prestidge, Homeless Link talking about Trauma Informed Care and ACEs
  • Triona O’Connor Focus Ireland ,Housing First Youth project
  • Dr Jennifer Hoolachan, Cardiff University onScottish secure PRS tenancies to date
  • Duncan McCann of the New Economics Foundation on Land and Taxation

Don’t miss out – come and gather useful insights, take away new ideas, a better understanding of what’s really important to people, and how we can all work together to turn aspirations into reality.

  • Standard Price £175
  • Concessionary price: £100
  • Student price £60

For full details and to book your place, click here.

For further information contact jennifersw@sheltercymru.org.uk or telephone 01792 483072.