The Conservative Party Conference 2023 is set to have a significant focus on housing. It’s expected to address the challenges impacting the UK’s housing supply and potential solutions to the ongoing housing crisis. Michael Gove, the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, who recently outlined substantial changes to the government’s housing policy, will be a key figure at the conference.

Reforming planning in line with the Levelling Up agenda will also be a central topic. Realistic interventions that could alleviate the housing crisis in the near and mid-term will be discussed. Special hotel rates are being offered to attendees to encourage participation, and there will be a variety of housing-related events and discussions. One notable event will be led by Ben Everitt MP, Chair of the Housing Market and Housing Delivery APPG.

Moreover, the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust, a housing association and care provider, will also be participating in the conference. Pierre Poilievre, the Conservative Leader, has announced a party housing plan. 

Attendees can look forward to an extensive review of the current state of the UK housing market, insights into the government’s future plans, and opportunities to discuss potential solutions to the housing crisis.

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