'Custom-Build: Seeing the Wood through the Trees' conference | 27 October 2016 | Bristol
Registration for the conference 'Custom-Build: Seeing the Wood through the Trees' is now open.
The event, organised by Timber Design Initiatives with support from Wood for Good, will take place on Thursday 27 October 2016 at Engineers' House in Bristol.
Speaking in particular to architects and construction professionals, the conference will highlight the benefits of using off-site timber manufacturing technologies to the self and custom-build sector.
'Custom-Build: Seeing the Wood through the Trees' will discuss the Self-Build and Custom Housebuilding Act 2015 and the Housing and Planning Bill 2016. There will also be room for debating opportunities for innovation in development partnerships, sustainable design and materials/technologies.
Main speakers include Richard Bacon MP, who proposed the Custom Housebuilding Act, and Paul Britton, of the Homes & Communities Agency (HCA), who will discuss the provisions of the new £3 billion Home Building Fund.
Early bird offer has been extended until 16 September. Click here to register.
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