This event, posted by UK think tank Localis will discuss how changes to government funding and investment choices might benefit new house builds.
The Comprehensive Spending Review will be the first multi-year government funding settlement since 2015 and the ‘new radicals’ at the Treasury are seeking to improve funding decisions to get new homes, public assets and infrastructure built quicker.
Can their methods work and what help can the local state offer the Treasury in the realisation of shared growth goals?
This event, jointly undertaken with the Willmott Dixon Group, will ask how changes to central government funding and investment choices might benefit a more modern and accelerated build of new homes, public assets and community infrastructure over the next CSR period.
Heather Jameson, editor, The Municipal Journal
Cllr David Renard, chair of the Economy, Environment, Housing and Transport Board, Local Government Association
Jackie Sadek, COO, UK Regeneration
Andrew Geldard, Chief Communications Officer, Willmott Dixon
Jonathan Werran, chief executive, Localis, (chair)
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