Customer satisfaction and construction quality are among the key themes to be discussed by industry experts at this year’s NHBC Building for Tomorrow roadshows.
The agenda for the 2016 roadshows, now in their 25th year and entitled Construction quality and customer satisfaction in a growth market, will include talks from pre-eminent sector professionals on incremental innovation of prefabricated house-building components and an update on the building regulation changes that resulted from the Housing Standards Review.
With broadband and wireless connections one of the most important factors for new home buyers, the NHBC Foundation’s latest report The Connected Home; designing and building technology into today’s new homes, which provides guidance to designers and housebuilders on what they need to do to make new homes ready for the future, will also be featured.
Commenting on this year’s agenda, Nick Cunningham, NHBC Regional Director for the Southern Region, said: “With increasing house-building volumes, the pressure to maintain quality and consumer satisfaction grows for everybody within the sector. Building for Tomorrow 2016 is the ideal event to hear about the emerging techniques and technology to help the industry through this period. Building for Tomorrow is also the perfect platform to network with professionals from across the UK house-building sector and to showcase your latest products to industry leaders, home builders and housing associations.”
The full date and venue listings are as follows, with specially tailored agendas for Scotland and Northern Ireland;
|Thursday 25th February||Southern||Shendish Manor, Hemel Hempstead|
|Tuesday 1st March||South West||Leigh Court, Bristol|
|Tuesday 8th March||Scotland||Westerwood Hotel, Cumbernauld|
|Thursday 10th March||North West||Thistle Haydock Hotel, Haydock|
|Tuesday 15th March||North East||York Racecourse, York|
|Thursday 17th March||South East||Sandown Racecourse, Esher|
|Tuesday 22nd March||East||Cambridge Belfry, Cambourne|
|Tuesday 5th April||West||National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham|
|Thursday 7th April||Northern Ireland||Hilton Templepatrick, Belfast|