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18th January, 2023 : 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Lord Nigel Crisp and the Town and Country Planning Association are delighted to invite you to a policy briefing and drinks reception for the Healthy Homes campaign at 6.30pm on 18th January 2023, in the beautiful setting of One Great George Street, just a stone’s throw from the Palace of Westminster.
The evening will begin with a short briefing on the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill, its consequences for delivering healthy homes and places, and an amendment which Lord Crisp is proposing to ensure that these are achieved.
This will be followed by drinks and canapés, alongside the first exhibition of These are Homes, a photography project which has captured the human cost of England’s 21st century slums.
Through the evening we will also hear from Lord Crisp (ex-Chief Executive of NHS England), Professor Kamila Hawthorne MBE (Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners), artists, campaigners and others who contributed to These are Homes.
(This event replaces the reception and briefing originally scheduled for 14 December 2022, but cancelled due to strike action.)
|Welcome and introductory remarks
Lord Nigel Crisp KCB and Professor Kamila Hawthorne MBE, Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners
|Briefing: What does the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill mean for healthy homes and places, and what amendments do we need to see in the Lords?
Dr Hugh Ellis, Director of Policy at the TCPA
|Introducing These are Homes – views from the front line of a crisis
Rob Clayton, Photographer
Rhiannon Hughes, South West London Law Centre
Drinks and canapés
The Healthy Homes campaign is funded by the Nationwide Foundation. This event has been kindly supported by VELUX.