Since its launch, the SHOUT campaign for social housing, in association with the National Federation of ALMOs, have been working to demonstrate that there are long term economic benefits of investing for the future through building homes at social rents.
This research has been conducted, and now completed by the leading independent macroeconomic research company, Capital Economics. The SHOUT campaign is very happy to announce that the research will be presented at a launch event on the 17th of June.
Location: The Abbey Centre
Parker Morris Hall
34 Great Smith Street
We are delighted to confirm that, as well as hearing from the Capital Economics team, and a representative from the Centre for Social Justice, we will be joined by:
Kate Allen, Financial Times Property Correspondent
Ligia Teixeira, Crisis UK
Ophelia Bobori, Lewisham Homes Board Member.
The event will run from 3pm until 5pm on Wednesday June 17th and will include a presentation of the report, contributions from an expert panel, and an opportunity for questions and discussion from the floor.