25-27/06/2024 - Housing 2024

Housing 2024 wants to raise the voice of the housing and wider living sector, with thriving communities at the heart.

Housing is more than bricks and mortar, and the solutions for today’s housing crisis require innovative solutions and funding to meet the needs of growing and differing tenures.

The next government must place the delivery of high-quality, accessible, affordable and sustainable housing at the heart of its long-term plans for the UK.

Housing Week provides space for the housing and wider living sector to come together, discuss and collaborate, to identify solutions and speak with one voice to those framing the debate.

Housing 2024


25 - 27 June 2024

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Manchester Central

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Rebecca Sweeney, Business Lead for Homes, will speak on a panel on the 26 June covering ‘Local approaches to heat decarbonisation’ alongside representatives from the Energy Saving Trust and Trowers & Hamlins.

The decarbonisation of heat is one of the biggest challenges facing the UK on the road to net zero. This panel will explore the low-carbon heating systems for homes that are viable at scale, including heat pumps, heat networks and waste water heat recovery systems.
Housing providers who operate heat networks are set to become regulated energy suppliers by early 2025, how should the sector respond and what does best practice look like? How can we push forward investment and innovation in the heat pump market, and what can be done to support both installers and tenants and residents in the transition? And how can waste water heat recovery systems help meet decarbonisation targets alongside?
They’ll tackle common challenges including understanding which heat decarbonisation route is most appropriate, availability of funding, and mobilising local supply chains.

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