Housing LIN Annual Conference - Birmingham

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Presentation notes and slides

Programme

Chair:

  • Emma Maier, Portfolio Director, Ocean Media

Speakers:

  • Julie Ogley, Director of Social Care, Health and Housing, Central Beds Council and President-elect ADASS on Future care at home: Transforming care and support at home for the 21st century
  • Chan Kataria OBE, CEO, East Midlands HA on Strategic leadership to shape the homes and communities for our ageing population – a provider perspective
  • John Tonkiss, CEO, McCarthy and Stone - Retirement housing trends: Expanding the lifestyle choices for older consumers
  • Julia Ashley, CEO, Central & Cecil on Living smart, living well: Innovations in later life housing
  • Ed Warner, Founder and CEO, Motionspot Ltd on The impact of stylish design: Putting product adaptations and technology in the spotlight
  • Paula Broadbent, Retirement Solutions Director, LIFEstyle by engie on Creating “Place” embracing old age

Symposia:

This year, we are holding 4 parallel Symposia in the morning and in the afternoon which will focus on:

  • intergenerational living;
  • design for ageing well;
  • care and support at home; and
  • smart living and innovative technology

For more information on these please scroll down to the "Workshops" tab at the bottom of the page. The brochure can also be found at the bottom of the page.

Agenda

  • 8.45    Registration, refreshments and exhibition
  • 9.20    Chair’s welcome: Emma Maier, Portfolio Director, Ocean Media
  • 9.30    Morning Speakers:
    • Future care at home: Transforming care and support at home for the 21st century - Julie Ogley, Director of Social Care, Health and Housing, Central Bedfordshire Council and President-elect ADASS
    • Strategic leadership to shape the homes and communities for our ageing population – a provider perspective - Chan Kataria OBE, Chief Executive, East Midlands HA
    • Retirement housing trends: Expanding the lifestyle choices for older consumers - John Tonkiss, Chief Executive, McCarthy and Stone
  • Questions and Answers
  • 11.00  Refreshments, exhibition and networking
  • 11.30  Symposia (see details under Workshops)
  • 12.45  Lunch, exhibition and networking
  • 13.45  Symposia (see details under Workshops)
  • 15.00  Refreshment, exhibition and networking
  • 15.30  Afternoon Chair's Welcome: Jeremy Porteus, Chief Executive, Housing LIN
  • 15.35  Afternoon Speakers:
    • Creating “Place” embracing old age - Chris Langdon, ENGIE
    • Living smart, living well: Innovations in later life housing - Julia Ashley, CEO Central & Cecil HT
    • The impact of stylish design: Putting product adaptations and technology in the spotlight - Ed Warner, Founder and CEO, Motionspot Ltd
  • Questions and Answers
  • 16.40  Closing Remarks
  • 16.45  Conference close

Audience

Bookings to attend this event are now available to Housing LIN members only. Register now for free.

Directions and Parking

Edgbaston Stadium is just outside Birmingham city centre which has comprehensive motorway links and excellent public transport links which will take you right to our doorstep.

The nearest mainline train station is Birmingham New Street which is 2 miles away from the Stadium. There are a further 2 main train stations in the City Centre, Moore Street (3.1 miles away) and Snowhill (3.4 miles away).

The 45 and 47 bus will take you straight from Carrs Lane in Birmingham City Centre and drop you off on Pershore Road, which is a 2 minute walk from the Stadium.

You can find further information by visiting: edgbaston.com/info/travel/ 

When traveling by car please use the following address: Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham B5 7QU

Car parking instructions

Please note that free parking for the event is available at the ground. There is plenty of space, however there are no parking reservations, so please ensure you arrive early to guarantee a spot. Directions to the venue can be found on the event's page.

Enter the stadium grounds via the Edgbaston road entrance (B5 7QU)

Terms & Conditions

Important notice: the conference is provided free of charge to those registered in advance to attend and who subsequently attend. However, we reserve the right to charge those who register and subsequently fail to attend for the full cost of a conference place. This is due to the LIN incurring irrecoverable costs based on numbers of those registered in advance to attend. Non-attenders will be invoiced and pursued for payment. By registering you unreservedly accept these terms and conditions. The cost of the 2019 conference is £250 plus VAT per head.

Workshops

Please pre-book one morning and one afternoon syposium from the list below.

Pre-registrations to these symposia are taken online on a first-come, first-served basis. Confirmations of your symposia bookings will be emailed to you a week before the event.

1. Intergenerational living: innovative housing and care models

Chair: Henriette Lyttle-Breukelaar, Executive Director Marketing and Innovation, The ExtraCare Charitable Trust

Speakers: 

  • Pauleen Davies MBE, Resident, Lark Hill Village, The ExtraCare Charitable Trust.
  • Dr James Brown, Director of Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing (ARCHA), Aston University
  • Shirley Hall, Head of Innovation and Well-being, The ExtraCare Charitable Trust

Followed by a Panel Debate

2. Designing new homes for ageing well

Chair: Jeremy Porteus, Cheif Executive, Housing LIN

Speakers:

  • Julia Park, Head of Research, Levitt Bernstein
  • Margaret Edwards, London Housing LIN Lead
  • Ed Warner, CEO, Motionspot Ltd
  • Siobhan Moore, Director of Development, Housing 21
  • Nigel Ingram, Development Director, LIFEstyle by ENGIE

Followed by a Panel Debate

3. Person centred care – getting personal

Chair: Clare Skidmore, Strategic Lead – Networks & Influencing, Housing LIN

Speakers:

  • Sally Percival, Chair, Making it Real, Think Local Act Personal
  • Paul Watson, Executive Director, Guinness Care and Support
  • Kris Peach, Director of Extra Care, Housing & Care 21
  • Anna Severwright, co-chair of the Coalition for Collaborative Care (C4CC)
  • Steve Tope, Strategic Business Development Director at Tunstall Healthcare (UK)

Followed by a Panel Debate

4. Building better and smarter communities: utilising technology and innovative solutions

Chair: Ian Copeman, Principal Consultant, Housing LIN

Speakers:

  • Sue Rugg, Associate Director, Faithful & Gould
  • Terry Stocks, Director, Faithful & Gould
  • Stephanie Brada, Strategic Health Planner, Willmott Dixon
  • William Roberts, Head of Health & Social Care, Innovation Unit
  • Mark Golledge, Programme Manager – Care and Health Digital Lead, Local Government Association

Followed by a Panel Debate

1. Intergenerational living: innovative housing and care models

Chair: George Lee, Co-Founder, Age of No Retirement

Speakers:

  • Roland Karthaus, Architect, Matter Architecture
  • Justin Shee, Founder and Director, Kohab
  • Emma Garland, Winston Churchill Travelling Fellow
  • Carol Barac, Elderflowers Project

Followed by a Panel Debate

2. Adapting existing homes for ageing well

Chair: Susan Kay, Executive Director, Dunhill Medical Trust

Speakers:

  • Rachael Docking, Centre for Ageing Better
  • Tricia Grierson, Head of Independent Living, Johnnie Johnson Housing
  • Laura Wigzell, The Pretty Good Project
  • Alex Sleat, Smart Technology Specialist, University of the West of England

Followed by a Panel Debate

3. Person centred housing and care – market shaping

Chair: Bruce Moore, Chief Executive, Housing & Care 21

Speakers:

  • Charlotte Cook, Partner, Winckworth Sherwood solicitors
  • Tom Scaife, Partner, Retirement Living, Knight Frank
  • Anne-Marie Nicholson, Senior Partner, PRP
  • Kevin McGeough, Director, Healthy New Town programme, Ebbsfleet Development Corporation

Followed by a Panel Debate

4. Building better and smarter communities: utilising technology and innovative solutions

Chair: Clare Skidmore, Strategic Lead – Networks & Influencing, Housing LIN

Speakers:

  • Angela Tarvet, Senior Account Manager, Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd
  • Steve Tope, Strategic Business Development Director at Tunstall Healthcare (UK)
  • Gus Desbarats, Chairman, Alloy
  • Charlie Neilson Head of LIFEstyle services ENGIE

Followed by a Panel Debate

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