About us

The Asset Management Network is HQN’s specialist network run for housing asset management practitioners by housing asset management specialists. Established in 2004, The Asset Management Network caters for housing associations, ALMOs, councils, TMOs, contractor partners (in-house and outsourced) and suppliers.

About us

The Asset Management Network is the first port of call for up-to-the-minute information on all asset-management-related activities. It keeps members abreast of the hot topics across all aspects of asset management and procurement. It provides an asset management knowledge base nationally recognised as second to none:

  • A regular newsletter with the latest news and emerging issues
  • Practical briefings relevant to the area you work in
  • Access to the best practice library and case studies
  • Policy updates
  • The very latest on environmental and sustainability issues
  • Annual benchmarking covering costs and performance.
  • Plus the opportunity to network with other asset management professionals at best practice groups across the country.

Membership will benefit everyone responsible for, or working in, the field of housing asset management and sustainability whether they are in a client, or service provider, role:

  • Repairs and maintenance service providers
  • Maintenance procurement staff
  • Direct labour organisations
  • Board and committee members

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The practical, no-nonsense specialist network designed to develop your skills in asset management, repairs and maintenance, and environmental issues

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Meet the team

Our dedicated team has a wealth of experience in the sector, and vast knowledge of the issues and practices.

Ian Parker

Ian Parker Ian Parker

Ian brings over 30 years experience in both local authority and associations. His focus is the housing association sector and value for money. Ian has developed a number of financial models including for the Affordable Homes Programme, the financial impact of the welfare reforms on rent arrears and Portfolio Asset Value Evaluation.