The House Briefing
32 London Bridge Street
+44 (0)207 593 5739
In these difficult and unprecedented times, the only certainty in the public sector is change.
New policies, new strategies and new challenges require the need for continued education, collaboration and the sourcing of new solutions. The House Briefings not only enable public sector professionals to hear directly from government policy-makers but also learn from those delivering change – providing the essential roadmap for service delivery success.
Brought to you by the team behind The House magazine - the leading publication for MPs and peers – The House Briefings team have a wealth of specialist knowledge and critical information on the inner-workings of policy and latest developments in Westminster.
For over ten years, we have used this intelligence to deliver informed and respected events, serving a range of sectors including local government, housing & planning, education, health & care and more.
The House Briefing events engage the most influential people in UK policy, including Ministers, MPs and senior civil servants, whilst providing essential learning and networking opportunities for thousands of public sector professionals every year.
The House Briefing platform provides up-to-date information on the latest from Westminster and Whitehall, what it means for your organisation, your role and your future through The House Briefing events series.
Join us for an up-to-date brief on the biodiversity net gain duty and what it will mean for new development.
Join this event for an up-to-date brief on the latest policy and next steps in tackling homelessness and rough sleeping.
Join the sector’s leading annual conference to examine the latest proposals for reform as well as good practice to ensure safety at every stage of the building lifecycle.
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