We work with industry and public sector partners to deliver a step change in housebuilding, housing delivery and finance.
The Housing and Finance Institute works with industry and public sector partners to:
An eleven strong board of senior and distinguished leaders with experience from central and local government, business, housing and finance industries support and lead the work of The HFI. Our Chief Executive is Natalie Elphicke OBE.
13-15 September 2017, Celtic Manor Resort, Wales www.resiconf.com This year’s RESI Conference will be assessing the political landscape in light of the shock outcome of the General Election and replacement of Gavin Barwell by Alok Sharma as housing Minister – what will this mean for the Housing White Paper and will it be kicked into […]
– Congratulations Sir Mark Boleat – Repair, Protect and Build – Alok Sharma Appointed as Housing Minister – The HFi at the CIH Conference – Mole Valley Joins the Housing Business Ready Programme – The HFi at the National Infrastructure Forum Congratulations Sir Mark Boleat It is with great pleasure we […]
Housebuilding starts surged in the year 2016/17, according to just published figures from the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG). In England, 162,880 homes were started – up from just under 142,000 the previous year. That is good news in itself – as it is the highest housebuilding starts level recorded since 2008/09. It […]
Since the General Election was called, we’re sure you have all been wondering what this means for housing in the UK. In this General Election newsletter, I set out what the three main political parties are offering in relation to housing. In other words, I’ve read their manifestos, so you don’t have to. by […]
– Turning the Tide: Building a faster, stronger, new coastal renaissance – Infrastructure challenges are a major barrier to housebuilding – Innovation in renting and buying – Housing a top priority for councils and metro mayors – A few interesting statistics Turning the Tide: Building a faster, stronger, new coastal renaissance Our latest […]
Whoever wins government on 8 June 2017, councils will continue to have a central role to play in building the homes the country needs – working with the construction, development, housing associations, property management, finance and investment industries. At the Housing & Finance Institute our specialist team works to increase the speed and number of […]