With just a week to go until Eco Connect London, experts in construction, design, retrofit and social housing are being urged not to miss out on a unique event set to shape the future of the industry.
Tickets are still available for the unique event that brings together the Association of Environment Conscious Building (AECB) National Conference and the International Refurbishment Symposium.
Offering the chance for industry professionals to discuss and debate the importance of quality in all aspects of house-building and retrofit it also includes keynote speeches from some of the biggest figures in the industry.
Forward-thinking initiatives aimed at tackling the UK housing crisis will also be put under the spotlight in an environment that provides the perfect opportunity for business leaders to network with top names from across the breadth of the housing sector.
Conference Director, David Pierpoint, said: "The packed programme of events and opportunities on offer makes it no surprise the event has generated such a lot of interest.
"With a week to go, there's still time to take up this landmark opportunity to discuss matters so pertinent to the future of the construction industry."
The headquarters of the Institution of Engineering and Technology in Savoy Place, London, provides a fitting location for the event, which will showcase solutions that have already produced positive results for developers, housing associations and their end customers.
A packed programme of speakers has been lined up for both the conference and symposium including Dr Howard Porter, the Chair of the government's ‘Each Home Counts' review of the domestic retrofit sector and Toby Lloyd, Head of Policy at Shelter. Other contributors include Luke Murphy, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research and Professor Ronald Rovers, an advisor to governments on renovation policy.
A full list of speakers, together with topics up for discussion, can be found at www.ecoconnect.co.uk, together with booking details. Eco Connect tickets cost £199 and include admission to the conference, symposium and an exhibition featuring more than 25 partner organisations.