Quality, MMC and climate change key themes for NHBC’s Building for tomorrow 30th year.
The line-up for NHBC’s Building for tomorrow (Bft) event, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2021, has been revealed.
In March, NHBC, the leading warranty and insurance provider for new homes in the UK, will be hosting a completely new format of Bft in the shape of a three-day virtual event where attendees can pick and choose the sessions they wish.
By registering to attend, participants will also be granted access to this exclusive content for the entire year and the opportunity to be able to earn up to 19 hours of CPD learning credits
Focusing on five key strands: new homes quality; safety and change; climate change; MMC; the future housing market and beyond, and High-rise, this year’s event will have more than 20 hours of content with 30 plus speakers.
Alongside NHBC experts, confirmed speakers include representatives from Zoopla, Lloyd’s Banking Group, the Home Builders Federation and the new Building Safety Regulator at the HSE.
Tara Deshpande of the Clean Heat Directorate will be tackling the climate change issue and Jenny Herdman, Director of the Home Building Skills Partnership will also be featuring.
Speaking about the 2021 Bft agenda, NHBC Regional Director Nick Cunningham, said: “We are very pleased to be able to announce the new-look event as the industry continues to recover from the pandemic and other challenges.
“It’s for people working on the technical side of house building, those involved in on-site construction and in customer care too, but this year there really will be something for everybody; so all disciplines are welcome. Make the most of this fantastic networking opportunity too, as well as the chance to meet our exhibitors.”
The event will be held from Tuesday 23 March to Thursday 25 March. Each ticket includes access to the event platform from Thursday 18 March when you can upload your contact information to inform your networking opportunities and session selection for the live event.
Updated 25 February 2021