Knowledge & Innovation Sessions - 12.10 to 13.10

In the session before lunch, delegates were treated to a choice of 11 different sessions (opens new window). The menu on offer included:

1. PRP design review - led by Anne-Marie Nicholson, PRP Architects

2. Extra Care: the next generation?
- Market evolution, innovation and enterprise - Led by Lex Cumber and Verena Womersley, Castleoak


3. Warm homes Oldham: The health impacts of lifting people out of fuel poverty - led by Nigel Banks, Keepmoat


WillmottTrafford Housing Trust
4. Urban regeneration and extra care - a viable solution? - Led by Graeme Scott, Trafford Housing Trust and Graham Locke, PRP Architects


5. Frailty: Calculating quality and cost - Led by Shirley Hall, ExtraCare Charitable Trust


6. Whose home is it anyway? - Led by Prof David Mullins University of Birmingham, James McCarthy, and Lisa Birchall, Housing & Care 21


7. The impact of recent social housing policy changes on the effective provision of housing for an ageing population - Led by Charlotte Cook, Winckworth Sherwood Solicitors


One Housing
8. Reablement. Integrating NHS, telecare, Care and Housing - Led by Neil Tryner, One Housing


9. The return of relational housing - Led by Stephen Hill, UK Cohousing Network


10. Elderflowers Projects - a Community led approach to developing attractive housing for down-sizing - Led by Carol Barac, Elderflowers Projects Co Ltd

11. The Extra Care Property Market
- Led by Amanda Nurse and Matthew Drysdale, Carterwood