EP are proudly partnering the NHF and NHMF to bring the next Eastern Asset Management Group

Eastern Asset Management Group

9:30am 21st February 2018
The Grange Country House Hotel, Barton Road, Thurston, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP31 3PQ


Brought to you by the National Housing Federation, National Housing Maintenance Forum and Eastern Procurement, this event provides excellent networking opportunities and brings together asset management professionals from housing associations, ALMOs, local authorities and supplier and service companies.

This free seminar for asset management professionals is the ideal networking event, bringing together professionals from housing providers, suppliers and contractors from across the Eastern region.

There are updates from the National Housing Federation, and a chance to share good practice and tackle current issues. A hot breakfast reception and a buffet style networking lunch are also included.

Due to the popularity of this event we have moved to a larger location set in the middle of the East Anglia. The new location has free car parking facilities and WI-FI connectivity.

09:30 – Arrivals and breakfast reception

10:00 – Welcome and Introduction – Sarah Finnegan – National Housing Federation

10:05 – NHMF update – Liz Circuit – M3/NHMF

10:20 – Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety Hackitt Interim Report – Nick Yandle – National Housing Federation

11:00 – National Housing Federation update – Nick Yandle – National Housing Federation

11:20 – Eastern Procurement update – Daryl Lewis – Eastern Procurement

11:35 Coffee Break

11:55 – Compliance – Andrew Burke – NHMF

12:25 – Bridging the skills gap post Grenfell – Daniel Short – Greenacre Recruitment

12:55 – NPS Compliance Maintenance – Paul Woodard – NPS

13:25 Close

13:30 Networking Lunch


Members Free

To book this event, follow the link through to the NHF website where you can download and email your registration form or (for current NHF members) you can register online
How to book

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