CT Brief – Issue 61

We are really pleased to bring you the new CT Brief – Issue 61

As ever, we bring you an eclectic mix of subjects, focusing on some of the major issues of the day. First is an inspiring interview with Lara Oyedele, the next President of the Chartered Institute of Housing, and almost certainly the first holder of that office to have experienced street homelessness. That sets off the important themes of diversity and inclusion, which run through many of the articles.

Other pressing challenges are featured here too, highlighting Limerick’s work to tackle climate change through regeneration, decarbonisation across London, and what levelling-up could mean in South West England. Decarbonisation and building safety are mission-critical, but funding is thin on the ground – can for-profit housing providers provide part of the answer to housing demand?

What’s Inside?

  1. Interview with Lara OyedeleLara Oyedele, Vice President, Chartered Institute of Housing
  2. Hate crimeJill Haley, Former CEO, Byker Community Trust, and newly elected Vice President, Chartered Institute of Housing
  3. Delivering true diversitySimon Fanshawe, Co-founder, Diversity by Design, and Chair, Hexagon Housing
  4. Class and diversityTerry Fuller, Head of Partnerships, Legal and General Modular Homes, and former Executive Director, Homes England, and Managing Director, Taylor Wimpey
  5. Limerick’s green agenda, Rosie Webb, Senior Architect and Head of Urban Innovation, Limerick City and County Council
  6. Housing demand, Victor da Cunha, Chief Executive, Curo Group, and Chair, Homes for the South West
  7. Net Zero: Countdown to 2050, Adam Broadway, Associate Consultant, Campbell Tickell
  8. For-profit RPs, Francesca Stanyer, Policy and Research Team Manager, Campbell Tickell
  9. Real estate investment, Peter Merchant, Investment Director, Octopus Real Estate
  10. Executive recruitment, Jim Green, Senior Consultant (Recruitment), Campbell Tickell
  11. WellbeingMQ Mental Health Research
  12. Rising Leaders Fellowship, Aspen Institute UK

Read the new CT Brief – Issue 61


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