NHBC unveils line up for Building for Tomorrow 2022

NHBC unveils line up for Building for Tomorrow 2022

The National House Building Council (NHBC) has revealed the panel of speakers it is bringing together at its upcoming Building for Tomorrow series of events.

Building for Tomorrow is an annual conference run by NHBC, returning live this year in March and April and taking place in six cities across the UK: London, Solihull, Belfast, Swindon, Leeds and Glasgow.

The 2022 event will consider the practical impact of the Future Homes Standard (and the Scottish and Northern Irish equivalents) on the fabric of new homes and highlight what is needed in order to be compliant, as well as reflecting on progress of the Building Safety Bill and changes to building safety regulations.

June will see the introduction of changes to Part L of the Building Regulations, while the journey toward the Future Homes Standard in 2025 will present some of the most significant changes to housing for many years.

Among the industry experts getting behind the event are Victoria Tink, Part L Policy Lead at Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, Tim Galloway, Deputy Director Building Safety at HSE, Oliver Novakovic, Technical and Innovation Director at Barratt Homes, and Andrew Orriss, STA Assure Director at the Structural Timber Association.

The line-up will also include NHBC’s leading technical experts, including Richard Smith, Head of Standards, Innovation and Research.

Nick Cunningham, Regional Director at NHBC said: “We are pleased to unveil this fantastic line up of speakers who are giving their time to deliver practical, hands-on advice to support the continued drive across the sector to build safe, quality, sustainable homes both now and in the future.

“With the house-building industry facing significant regulatory changes, Building for tomorrow 2022 provides an essential forum for delegates to discuss the challenges, and opportunities, ahead.”

Find out more about the event and view the full speaker line up at Building for tomorrow 2022.

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