Peter Denton, Chief Executive Officer of Homes England:
We are delighted to be part of the first UK Real Estate Investment & Infrastructure Forum.
As well as our new focus on refurbishment, we are here to promote the diverse investment opportunities that the UK housing sector offers, from investing in truly transformative refurbishment projects to investing in funds to build much-needed affordable housing.
Homes England can be your partner in the housing market, introducing you, matching capital to local opportunities and working with you on projects, whether through debt or equity financing.
Come and talk to us about how we can work in partnership to create great places, help people access quality new housing and build a better housing market.
Who are we?
Homes England is the government’s housing and rehabilitation agency. We care about the prosperity of places, housing affordability and the sustainability of communities.
As part of our mission to increase the supply of well-designed new homes and create places to inspire pride, we are mandated to drive the property-led regeneration of cities and towns across the country and to support the UK Government’s Leveling Up strategy .
For us, this means working with local leaders and the public and private sectors to use our funding, expertise and legal powers to help create 21st-century-ready communities that inspire local pride and promote a sense of home.
Last year we have:
- Enabled the construction of 356,000 new homes
- Provided £306m in equity and debt financing and £175m in infrastructure loans
- Helped 56,000 households to buy their own home
- Developed land that will support the delivery of 170,000 houses.
How can we help you?
- We introduce you to the housing market
- We can work with you to uncover opportunities
- We can co-invest in funds and infrastructure
- We can sell you land
- We can show you the best places in England that suit your capital requirements
Our presence at UKREiiF To find out more about Homes England and how we can support you, visit us at our stand or join the panel sessions we are attending during UKREiiF:
Tuesday May 17th
Wolverhampton: The National Center for Sustainable Building Alison Crofton, National Development Director
The Cinema State, Tuesday, May 17, 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m
In conversation with UK Housing Secretary Mike Palin, Executive Director, Markets, Partners & Places The Future of Real Estate Pavilion, Tuesday 17 May 1.00pm – 1.30pm
Wednesday May 18th
Roundtable Discussion: Defining Homes England’s Role in Leveling Up the UK – What Are the Future Investment and Development Priorities? Peter Denton, Chief Executive Officer Newsroom Stage, Wednesday, May 18, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m
How to implement 20 Kings Cross style redevelopment projects across the UK Peter Freeman, Chair Future of Real Estate Pavilion, Wednesday 18 May 9.45am – 10.30am
Holistic Regeneration – Creating Thriving Places for People and Nature Mike Palin, Executive Director, Markets, Partners & Places Building Better Communities Pavilion, Wednesday, May 18, 10am-11am
York Central Briefing Jon Irvin, Development Director The Future of Real Estate Pavilion, Wednesday 18 May 10.45am – 11.30am
Resolving the Housing Crisis – Accelerating the Delivery of Quality and Affordable Housing Peter Denton, Chief Executive Officer Leveling Up Stage, Wednesday 18 May 2:45-3:45 p.m
The Future of UK Housing and BtR Investing: How Do We Meet Demands and Needs? Harry Swales, Chief Investment Officer Investor Centre, Wednesday 18 May 15:05 – 15:50
Can private capital make a meaningful contribution to the affordable housing crisis? Jennifer Murray, Director, Institutional Investment Bury Theatre, Wednesday May 18, 3:15-4:15 p.m
Thursday May 19th
Innovative Approaches to Housing and Building the Communities of Tomorrow Elizabeth Rapoport, Assistant Director, Strategy Building Better Communities Pavilion, Thursday, May 19, 10am-11am
Investment Opportunity Showcase: York Central – bringing the unique development to life Jon Irvine, Development Director Investor Centre, Thursday 19 May 11am – 11.15am