Last week, Leeds City Council hosted the Right to Build Expo Yorkshire, helping to make the dream of building a home a reality for more people across the north of England.
The event took place on 29 November, and shared valuable insight into the custom, self-build and community-led housing sector, both nationally and locally.
The day was a huge success and was packed with advice to support a range of organisations including local authorities, landowners and community-led groups as they work to bring more sites to market.
The event was organised by a partnership of the National Custom and Self Build Association (NaCSBA), the Right to Build Task Force and Wood for Good.
Leeds City Council hosted the event, and used it as a platform to share its vision for unlocking more owner-commissioned homes in the area, with examples of best practice and learnings from the council’s approach.