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More Footfall, More Spend, Less WFH: Are High Streets Homes the Way Forward?

The Housing Theory of Everything to be Presented at the 2024 Place Management Conference

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When: Wednesday, 28th February 2024
Where: Euston, London
Cost: Tickets from as little as £99 (+VAT)
Booking Information: Available Here

 

For some, more housing in town centres is a challenge. For others, it’s a golden opportunity. An opportunity to boost footfall, increase spend and overcome WFH trends and even tackle the climate crisis by making employment and services accessible via active travel. Could this be true?

At the 2024 Place Management Conference, ATCM is delighted to announce that Kane Emerson of YIMBY Alliance (yes in my back yard), will join us to present the ‘Housing Theory of Everything’.

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About Kane Emerson
Kane is Head of Housing Research at YIMBY Alliance, a national campaign working to end the housing crisis and ensure better development with the support of local communities. Prior to joining YIMBY Alliance, Kane worked on the staff of senior Labour frontbencher Emily Thornberry MP. As a political organiser, Kane has extensive personal experience of voter concerns and views on issues in their towns.

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The 2024 Place Management Conference will explore the future of UK and Irish town and city centres in the context of more housing. We will ask crucial questions on how we get the right balance between the two, what this shift means for the provision for place management services and the impact on the funding models we rely on.

The 2024 Place Management Conference will explore the topic of high street homes in a level of detail not previously explored at ATCM. Tickets are on sale now. Book early to avoid disappointment. For those wanting to pay via invoice and not via credit card, contact Karen Shields at Karen.Shields@atcm.org.
 
Additional discounts are available for group bookings.

Book your place here

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