About us

The Housing Quality Network is the essential ‘one-stop-shop’ support network for housing associations, local authorities and ALMOs.

About us

We provide expert guidance and advice, with insights into the latest issues within the social housing sector. We help you deliver cost-effective services to your customers and save money without compromising standards.

Our members benefit from support and guidance on all aspects of housing such as:

  • Ensuring governance and compliance
  • Staying ahead of legislative and regulatory changes
  • Achieving value for money
  • Avoiding serious detriment and RSH downgrades
  • Boosting your income
  • Housing management and operations
  • Providing first class customer service
  • Service performance and KPIs
  • Health and safety compliance
  • Research and customer insight
  • Business transformation and culture change.

The Housing Quality Network is a vital resource for everyone working within social housing. All staff within your organisation can enjoy the benefits – such as free event places, weekly briefings and newsletters, full access to the website, toolkits and guides plus access to support from our experts in the field.

Our pricing plan makes The Housing Quality Network affordable to any size organisation. Our packages are designed to meet your specific requirements. Prices start from as little as £620 per annum. Call today on 01904 557150 to discuss how The Housing Quality Network can meet your needs.

Meet the team

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

John Land


Jon Land

Jon joined HQN in October 2015 after five years as editor of 24housing magazine. A journalist by profession, he started his career at the Hereford Times before joining allpay in 2005 to establish the 24dash.com news website. He has joined the HQN team to head up the Housing Quality Network, develop the events programme and lead on The Governor, HQN's magazine.

Janis Bright

Janis Bright

Janis Bright

Janis Bright is an award winning journalist and a post-doctorate level researcher. Her research projects include analysis of high-performing organisations, governance in England and Scotland and resident involvement in European countries. She is editor of HQN’s topical housing research newsletter and commissions Network briefings.