Right to Build Expo, 10 May – post-event update
The Right to Build Expos are created by NaCSBA, Right-to-Build Taskforce and Wood for Good, in partnership.
The right to build expos offer a specially designed programme for the local, national and international perspectives of custom and self-build to support your right-to-build ambitions.
Our expert speakers included
Nearly EIGHTY organisations attended the day:
AC Architects Ltd
Adrian H Kearton
Beco Products Ltd,
Bracknell Forest Council,
Buildeco Offsite Architecture,
Central Bedfordshire Council,
Coops For London,
CSBA Veterans Self Build,
Digital business lead,
Ecology Building Society,
Entuitive, working with Bright Forest,
Fennell & Sons,
Greater London Mutual Limited,
HTA Design LLP , The Right to Build Task Force,
Local Agenda Ltd.,
London Borough of Brent,
London Borough of Croydon,
London Boroughs of Wandsworth and Richmond-upon-Thames,
Mary Riley Custom Build Funding,
New Garden Cities Alliance,
Newlon Housing Trust,
NW3CLT (Community Land Trust),
Orchard Farm Kennington,
Right to Build Task Force,
SelfBuild & Design,
Sennocke International Insurance Services Limited,
Sevenoaks District Council,
Solo Timber Frame,
South Gloucestershire Council,
Southern Construction Framework,
Southwark Newspaper LTD,
Stretham & Wilburton CLT,
Tiny House Community Bristol,
Urban Mesh Design,
Urbancurve Architecture Ltd,
Village Makers Developments Ltd,
Wood for Good,
Wood Window Alliance.
About Right to Build Expos
Greater London’s right to build community of designers, builders, planners, surveyors, lenders, developers, landowners, community groups and local authorities – – will be at this exciting right to build event in London.
This Right to Build Expo (London) is the next in a series of regionally-focused Task Force events running nationally until 2019, presented by NaCSBA, Right to Build Taskforce and Wood for Good.
Match up your right-to-build ambitions with services, support and experience, and explore how custom and self-build housing can be delivered effectively.
Registered community groups, NaCSBA members and Wood for Good supporters can register FREE for Right-to-Build events.
Background to Right to Build
All local authorities in England now have a legal duty to prepare and publicise ‘Right to Build’ demand registers for people in their areas that want to commission their own home. They must also grant planning permission for sufficient ‘shovel ready’ plots to meet the demand on their registers within three years.Background to Right to Build
All local authorities in England now have a legal duty to prepare and publicise ‘Right to Build’ demand registers for people in their areas that want to commission their own home. They must also grant planning permission for sufficient ‘shovel ready’ plots to meet the demand on their registers within three years.
Now is the time for those implementing the Right to Build – local authorities, community groups, landowners and developers – to harness the potential of the new legislative framework and unlock custom and self build housing opportunities in their area.
Who should attend
Local authorities, community groups and individuals, architects, landowners, developers, custom and self-builders and anyone looking to start or progress a custom or self-build project.
Benefits of attending
You will get unrivalled insight into the best way to get started, from the people who have actually done it.
- Be inspired by panel discussions with leaders of local developments. Get advice on legal, financial, and political practicalities.
- Hear case studies from local and international custom and self build schemes and particular opportunities for Garden Towns.
The Right to Build Expo will galvanize you and your team with in-depth access to success stories and ‘how-to’s’ from other regions. Get directly connected to expert support from the Task Force and understand how to maximize the full potential of the Right to Build demand registers.
“Excellent – informative and inspirational” – local authority Expo delegate.
Special rates available for NaCSBA members and Wood for Good supporters.