Stuart Brown joins The Housing Forum's Futures Network initiative


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Associate Stuart Brown from international law firm Trowers & Hamlins has been announced as one of the first participants in The Housing Forum's Futures Network programme for prospective future leaders in the housing sector.

The Housing Forum is a cross-sector membership network of 150+ organisations, from the public and private sectors, driving quality and supply in UK housing. 

Stuart specialises in providing public sector procurement advice to Trowers' housing clients and  joins a cohort of future leaders working across the sector for developers, consultants, housing providers and manufacturers who are all at a promising stage of their career development. The Housing Forum programme will support them in growing skills that will benefit the housing industry as well as building networks.

Partner of Trowers  and board member of The Housing Forum Katie Saunders, commented:

"I'm thrilled that Stuart has been selected for The Housing Forum's Futures Network initiative as he has demonstrated his commitment to best practice in procurement of housing projects during his time at Trowers and it’s a great opportunity to work with the other members of the programme to develop his network and skills."

Stuart said:

"I am delighted to have been selected for The Housing Forum's Futures Network. The Housing Forum plays an important role in shaping the UK housing sector, and I am really looking forward to participating in the programme."

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