Peter Freeman, chair of Homes England , gave his first major speech since he agreed to review the agency’s aims. What did he say? Read the full text of the speech
Below is the full text of a speech given by Peter Freeman at a Homes England event this morning
Good morning everyone, it’s a great pleasure to be here with you today at the start of what I’m sure will be three engrossing days of discussion, debate and learning.
While like many of you, I’d much prefer to be speaking to you all in person, the opportunity to come together, reflect on a year like no other and look to the future, is still an engaging proposition and I hope you are all able to take full advantage of the sessions over the next few days.
As Chair of Homes England and someone who has worked in the industry for many years, it’s a matter of immense pride to me that despite the difficulties of the last year, the housing sector has continued to build the homes the country needs.
Across the country, thousands of people will have moved into new homes because of the work all of us do on a day-to-day basis.
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