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Housing Brighton 2022

Posted on May 7, 2022.

Global guardians will be attending and exhibiting at Housing Brighton 2022, presented by the Chartered Institute of Housing. We’ll be there talking to other members of the housing industry about the challenges facing our sector.

The event was setup for everyone to gain valuable insight into the housing sector with tailor made programmes written by members for members, ensuring issues affecting the sector are addressed in the correct way.

One of the biggest issues facing the housing sector in recent times is the large stock of void and vacant properties. Some of these have been empty for years, but for a majority, they will have become empty during the pandemic. This happened as companies transitioned from working in offices to working remotely. Many downsized or moved out of offices completely, leaving a number of large buildings empty and vulnerable to squatters and anti-social behaviour.

As well as that, councils redeveloping large estates found that buildings were being left empty during the wait for planning applications and works to get started. This meant that a number of residents were living closely with empty buildings that could attract anti-social behaviour or used for other purposes.

Global guardians already work with a number of local authorities and housing associations; however, we believe that guardianship is the solution to securing vacant properties and want to find every opportunity to introduce what we do to those who might not know. 

Housing Brighton is a member exclusive event, taking place on the 10th – 11th of May. We hope to meet a number of potential and existing clients at the event. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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