The Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee continues its inquiry into Modern Methods of Construction on Monday 1 April when it takes evidence from representatives of the finance industry and housing strategy bodies.
Purpose of the session
The session will investigate the perspective of insurers and mortgage lenders on Modern Methods of construction, particularly in comparison to more traditional forms of construction. This will include how they assess long term durability, resistance to fires and repairability, as well as complying with business regulations.
The Committee will also look at the role Modern Methods of Construction plays in the strategy of large housing providers, particularly the challenges faced in allowing greater uptake such as supply chain or skills.
Monday 1 April 2019, Thatcher Room, Portcullis House
- James Dalton, Director, General Insurance Policy, Association of British Insurers
- Charlie Blagborough, Policy Manager, Housing and Mortgages, Building Societies Association
- Neil Smith, Head of Standards, Innovation and Research, National House Building Council
- Mike Basquill, Associate Director, UK Residential, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
- Louise McGough, Senior Policy Officer, Housing and Land, Greater London Authority
- Stephen Kinsella, Executive Director, Land, Homes England