Lord Hague to host New Homes Debate

Lord Hague will host industry leaders as they debate key issues facing the housebuilding industry July 29, 2016 / Isla MacFarlane
Lord Hague to host New Homes Debate

Lord Hague, former Leader of the Conservative Party, Foreign Secretary and Leader of the House of Commons, will be chairing the panel sessions at the WhatHouse? New Homes Debate.

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“In one of the most momentous years in the history of British politics and with housing such a vital driver for the UK economy, the Debate will be hosted by Lord Hague, a highly-respected statesman and political figure, as well as one of the most accomplished and entertaining speakers and event hosts in the country,” says Rupert Bates, editorial director of WhatHouse.com and Show House magazine.

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Lord Hague said, “I am delighted to be hosting this year’s WhatHouse? New Homes Debate. The huge demand for new homes to match London’s economic growth is a key priority to sustaining our position as a top global economy. As housebuilders, politicians and stakeholders in this industry, this debate will discuss London’s housing issues and how best we address the issues facing this industry.”

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The Debate, which will take place at the Emirates stadium in North London on Tuesday 20 September, will identify practical solutions to help policymakers and decision-makers provide housing for London 2020 and beyond. There will be panel sessions looking at the housing legacy of Boris Johnson, as well as how the new mayor, Sadiq Khan, will meet the challenges and the vital role of transport in housing delivery.

Other confirmed speakers include Colin Stanbridge, chief executive of LCCI, Graeme Craig, commercial development director at Transport For London, James Lidgate, director of housing at Legal & General Capital and Howard Dawber, managing director, strategy at Canary Wharf Group.


The event is sponsored by Aldermore bank, Hansgrohe and the NHBC.

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