Reflecting the increased focus and growth within the social housing and affordable living sector, Public Sector Building Magazine is pleased to announce the launch of a supplement entitled Social Housing and Affordable Living.
This prominent, bound-in publication will be included in each issue aimed at informing and educating key decision makers/budget controllers through industry comment, news, and reviews.
Benefitting from a reach of over 43,000 individuals in both print (8,000) and online (35,000) to subscribers on Buildingtalk, Managing Editor, Claire Mackle commented:
“There is a very real need for a specific, regular social housing and affordable living focus in Public Sector Building magazine in light of the recent Government Housing White Paper and the country’s chronic skills shortage.
As a public sector publication we have a responsibility to provide links between forward-thinking manufacturers and the specifiers who operate in this field. Forging partnerships between these two key players will help get Britain building again and, hopefully, go some way to meeting the country’s affordable housing need.”
For more information on Social Housing and Affordable Living call Chris Walton on 01527 834469 or email [email protected]
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