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The Housing Quality Network plugs the knowledge gaps, delivering cost-effective services to our members. It is also the home of HQN Cymru, our business transformation group and The Governor magazine.
The essential ‘one-stop-shop’ support network for housing associations and local authorities. Insight, guidance and practical advice on all aspects of housing
Tenants and residents want safe, clean, well-maintained and sustainable places to live. Achieving this can be a challenge. The Housing Management Network is here to help.
The Asset Management Network is HQN’s specialist network run for housing asset management practitioners by housing asset management specialists.
The Health and Safety Network (SAFETYnet) focuses on the safety of your residents and employees, helping you to keep them safe and sound, and your organisation on the right side of the law.
The Housing Finance Network gets people talking about the real issues in a tough climate: value for money, costs, efficiencies, making savings, business planning and managing risk.
The Leasehold Network is the resource for everyone working with leaseholders in social housing and wanting to improve service delivery, increase leaseholder satisfaction and deliver value for money.
The Rent Income Excellence Network is the place to go for the latest advice, guidance and best practice on everything to do with income management, rent collection and welfare reform.
The Residents’ Network is a dedicated network designed to enable landlords to inspire and support residents to take the lead on regulating housing providers.
The Strategic Network is a resource for everyone with an interest in policy, strategy and the private rented sector. It takes the hard work out of translating national and local agendas into local actions.
The Equality and Diversity Network enables members to share best practice, discuss their own challenges and keep organisations up to speed with the latest equality and diversity legislation and case law.
Here you’ll find all of the HQN sub-groups. Freely available to members (depending on which networks you’re a member of), the sub-groups offer a fantastic opportunity to meet with peers from across the sector to discuss and share best practice and knowledge.