23 & 24 March 2016 –NEC, Birmingham
This major event for the housing sector will bring together technology leaders to discuss the growing opportunities that the housing shortage presents for offsite construction solutions.
The nation’s media has been reporting on a UK housing crisis for many months, but is there now a climate for change in the industry?
Experts have hailed offsite construction as the only way to respond to the demand for new housing. Moving the construction of houses into factories enables the build to take place both efficiently and economically, making the national shortage of labour less of a concern.
The recent news that the Government is to release land with planning consent is an opportunity yet to be realised which will allow small developers to build without having to navigate their way through planning obstacles. Offsite construction would be ideal for such projects as the method does not depend upon environmental factors and offers a faster return on investment. The offsite method also facilitates the building of homes that are airtight, energy efficient and environmentally sustainable – a great benefit to housing associations.
A feature that has become increasingly desirable to homebuyers is that of ‘custombuild’ – allowing homebuyers to choose the inherent features of their homes. However, bespoke builds do not need to slow down the construction process. Building offsite, supported by computer aided design technologies (such as BIM), has the potential to face the challenge presented by individual design.
Explore Offsite in the Housing Sector, 23 & 24 March 2016, at the NEC, Birmingham is your opportunity to involve yourself in the industry’s new ideas and technologies. This major event will be a platform for construction clients, architects, engineers and contractors to come together and pave a way forward for the industry and the housing sector.
Top industry figures will share their expertise over the two days. This combined conference and exhibition is an essential event for any professional looking to delve a little deeper into the liveliest and most promising topic in UK construction.
The event is aimed at attracting construction clients; construction professionals: architects, surveyors, engineers; facilities managers; building product manufacturers and suppliers.
Link to full details of Conference Programme.
To book your ticket, or enquire about exhibitor opportunities, please visit www.exploreoffsite.co.uk or call 01743 290001.
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