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Thursday 21st September 2017

How can we masterplan for large scale developments

when there is no strategic joined up thinking?

 Speakers to be announced shortly

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2017-2018 RCN Events

All events are held at the RICS, 12 Great George Street, SW1P 3AD

7.45-10.30am

Sep 20, 2017

How can we masterplan when nothing is joined up?

Oct 18, 2017

How do we go about measuring viability on housing schemes and do developers have the upper hand in the assessment?

Nov 22, 2017

ACN 2 Day Conference - Wellbeing and measuring outcomes

The importance of designing for the health & wellbeing of future generations in health, housing and education.

Jan 18, 2018

Rooftop developments on existing buildings. How practical is it?

Feb 15, 2018

Living though Regeneration - How do manage a major redevelopment over a number of years?

Mar 22, 2018

Dementia care at hospital & in the home

Joint Breakfast with Healthcare Construction Network

Apr 18, 2018

Is modular & volumetric construction the way forward for residential design?

May 23, 2018

It’s not just about the size of the room but the quality of the home. Are new housing models getting it right?

Jun 20, 2018

Does gentrification have to necessarily mean the displacement of local communities?

Jul 18, 2018

Who said anything about slowing down - living learning & being healthy post 50,60 & 70.

Joint Breakfast event with Education & Healthcare Construction Network

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About Us

The need to provide new housing and maintain and improve our existing stock has never been greater. Whilst there has been an increase in the number of housing completions, this is nowhere near the numbers required and to the levels that were seen after WWII.

 

The government acknowledges that "continued strong growth in house building will be needed in the years to come to meet the housing needs and ensure market stability".

 

The Residential Construction Network provides a forum where information about forthcoming bid and tender opportunities can be shared in an open and informal environment at an affordable level and accessible to all without impacting significantly on the working day.

 

How though do we get to find out about housing and regeneration projects?
 
Who do we need to speak to?
 
What do we have to do to get ourselves considered?

 

The Residential Construction Network is a multidiscipline networking organisation where our members can interact with peers who are working in a relevant sector.

 

We provide a forum where information about forthcoming bid and tender opportunities can be shared in an open and informal environment at an affordable level, is accessible to all without impacting significantly on the working day.

 

Attendees at our events include a wide range of disciplines from Clients, Architects, Engineers and Contractors to Developers, Registered providers and local authorities. All share a passion for housing and a desire to seek new opportunities within this sector. With our sister organisations, the Education Construction Network and Healthcare Construction Network, we have a growing membership of over 100 companies registered.

 

If you are not part of the discussion then there is a chance that potential opportunities will be given to those who are part of the conversation.

 

Knowledge Sharing
 

As a knowledge sharing organisation guest speakers will discuss the latest topics that effects the sector and has an impact upon us, such as managing our housing stock, sustainable High Rise Developments and Office to Residential developments.

 

We have a full programme of events listed for 2016/2017. If you are interested in taking part as a panel speaker or would like to recommend a topic for discussion, please feel free to contact us.

 

 

Our breakfast events can count for one hour of CPD.

 
Events
Breakfast Events

 

Our Breakfast Events are held on the last Thursday of each month at The RICS Headquarters in Central London.

 

The networking hour starts promptly at 7:45am.

Fresh tea, coffee, bacon rolls and pastries will be served until 8.45am, when presentations from a panel of Residential specialists will begin.

 

Our breakfast events usually finish at 10.30am

 

Our panel of experts will discuss a range of topics as indicated on our events diary page.

Our breakfast events are held at the RICS in Great George Street, (Parliament Square) London.

Join the RCN​

​​Why join the RCN over other Networking Groups?
  • Run by people who have successfully generated business both in the design, procurement and construction arenas of the Residential Sector.

 

  • Having experience in business development, design and construction delivery, we are able to identify key issues effecting our industry, facility debate and ensure that you are networking with likeminded professionals with a genuine passion for Residential properties.  

 

  • Our sector specific network club, allows you to focus on opportunities in the knowledge other people attending are in the same market.

 

  • Membership is focused as much on each individual delegate attending our events as well as the organisations you work for to ensure a personalised service.

 

  • The RCN offers feedback meetings with our members to ensure that we are current with our debate topics and are providing you value for money.

 

  • Our dedicated team are happy to provide support in terms of strategic positioning and maximising impact for any potential sponsors.

 

If you are interested in joining the RCN, please download an application form below and send completed to marcel@theacn.co.uk

Our Members
 
Costs

Last updated 21/12/2016

Terms and Conditions

 

 Membership runs for one calendar year from the month of application. 

 

Maximum 1 event before membership must be attained to attend future events. We no longer accept non-member bookings for individuals or organisations who have previously attended events in order to focus on membership provision.

 

All costs exclude VAT

 

Purchase five Breakfasts in advance get sixth free at £125.

 

Members can purchase Tickets for the events in advance and use them when they want during the year. If you are a member of other ACN organisations, advance event bookings are transferable between organisations.

 

Cancellations can be made at no cost up to 1 week before the breakfast event.  

 

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