NHBC launches Building for tomorrow 2020

12 February 2020

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New Combined Agenda For Flagship London Roadshow

The agenda has been published for the UK’s number one event for house-building professionals, Building for tomorrow. Now in its 29th year of bringing the latest insight and expertise to the industry, the series of eight regional roadshows is organised by NHBC at venues across the UK from February to April.

This year’s theme is Managing Milestones, Meeting Expectations and Maximising Future Quality and it will seeNHBC bring together a range of important topics in a tailored agenda for each roadshow. Speakers from NHBC and across the industry will share the latest technical and regulatory updates as well as providing insight into best practices.

New for 2020 is a fresh format for the flagship London roadshow which will now provide two options to delegates, suited to their interest in either high-rise or low-rise development. Both options will take place simultaneously at the QEII Conference Centre on 23rd April 2020.

Every delegate to Building for tomorrow in London will benefit from keynote speeches by Chandru Dissanayeke, Director of Building Safety Reform at MHCLG and Dr Gavin Dunn on behalf of BRAC. When the London roadshow closes for the day, those attending will be able to access a complimentary drinks reception which NHBC has added to the London agenda so that delegates have more time to network.

Commenting on the agenda, Nick Cunningham, NHBC Regional Director for the South West Region, said: “For almost 30 years Building for tomorrow has proved to be a truly complete event for professionals and investors to hear the very latest from industry leaders. For 2020, our wide-ranging and topical line-up will really help to support delegates in their drive to maximise quality both now and in the future for the benefit of homeowners.

Building for tomorrow roadshows take place as follows:

  • Taunton Rugby Club, Taunton – 25th February 2020
  • Doubletree by Hilton Cambridge Belfry, Cambourne – 3rd March 2020
  • Haydock Park Racecourse, Merseyside – 5th March 2020
  • Doubletree by Hilton Westerwood, Cumbernauld – 10th March 2020
  • York Racecourse, York – 12th March 2020
  • National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull – 17th March 2020
  • Hilton, Templepatrick – 1st April 2020
  • London, QEII Conference Centre on 23rd April 2020