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pdf Current Safeguarding our customers – Lisa Smith, Gentoo Group File size: 259KB Published Date: 03/07/2018 Download
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pdf Current Life enhancing homes for people with memory loss and dementia File size: 882KB Published Date: 26/04/2018 Download
pdf Current Giving tenants a voice – Confederation of Co-operative Housing File size: 242KB Published Date: 19/04/2018 Download
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pdf Current In an exclusive article for HQN, Richard Bellis, Head of Genesis Connect, explains how the new approach as seen the amount of ASB being reported across its stock drop by two thirds, with a 95% resolution rate. File size: 133KB Published Date: 10/04/2017
pdf Current In an exclusive blog for Neighbourhood Network members the Abbeyfield Society reflects on how proposed changes to funding for supported accommodation may put parts on its unique offer to the elderly at risk. Divisional Director Teresa Parker talks about its plans to continue to deliver vital services to vulnerable people, the need to improve communications with the NHS and the importance of continuing to lobby Government. File size: 217KB Published Date: 27/02/2017
pdf Current In her latest blog, Home Group’s Executive Director for New Models of Care Rachel Byrne asks if it was really a coincidence that the consultation on supported and sheltered housing closed on February 13th? File size: 102KB Published Date: 14/02/2017
pdf Current The government's consultation into funding for supported housing is set to close this week, with landlords urged to make their voices heard on plans to change how we pay to house some of society’s most vulnerable people. File size: 108KB Published Date: 09/02/2017
pdf Current In an exclusive blog for HQN’s Neighbourhood Network New Charter Group Chief Executive Ian Munro outlines his take on the government’s Troubled Families project. File size: 107KB Published Date: 30/01/2017
pdf Current In 2015, Aster Group embarked on a mobile working project to roll out mobile technology to all neighbourhood officers. In an exclusive blog for HQN Dave Ball, Head of Housing (Wiltshire) at Aster, explains how the organisation’s digital journey has changed how it delivers services to customers. File size: 98KB Published Date: 06/01/2017
pdf Current In an exclusive blog for HQN’S Neighbourhood Network Sophie’s mother Sylvia Lancaster talks about how the charity is working with housing associations to tackle hate crime and anti-social behaviour. File size: 37KB Published Date: 11/11/2016
pdf Current In an exclusive blog for HQN’s Neighbourhood Network, First Choice Homes Oldham (FCHO) talks about how the organisation has worked with Greater Manchester Police and the Office of the police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester to create a new FCHO Community Protection Warning. File size: 142KB Published Date: 04/11/2016
pdf Current Home is where the heart is - Rachel Dockin Our homes have a significant impact on our wellbeing and our ability to live our lives the way we want to. For those aged 65 and over, 80% would like to stay where they are and 85% plan to remain in their neighbourhoods for a number of years (Lloyd, 2015)... File size: 105KB Published Date: 25/05/2016 Download
pdf Current What next for neighbourhood management? - Tony Kiely The challenges facing the social rented sector today are of a scale which have not been seen before. File size: 119KB Published Date: 31/03/2016 Download
pdf Current The social housing sector has never known a year like last year - Julian Ashby Julian Ashby shares his thoughts on 2015: How was 2015 for you? I can safely say that the social housing sector and the regulator have never known a year quite like it. File size: 274KB Published Date: 18/01/2016 Download
pdf Current The privatisation of housing associations is inevitable - Alistair McIntosh Housing associations will be set free to roam as private companies. There is no doubt in my mind about this. File size: 189KB Published Date: 23/09/2015 Download
pdf Current Hedge your bets - Alistair McIntosh No, Crystal Amber is not the name of an inmate in Orange is the New Black. But she just might change your life. File size: 205KB Published Date: 07/09/2015 Download
pdf Current Top skill required on a housing association board? Juggling - Alistair McIntosh Housing association boards are in a new era, one that requires the ability to juggle a huge range of demands. They must have something to offer that makes sense to government, councils and people from all walks of life who want homes. File size: 198KB Published Date: 03/09/2015 Download
pdf Current Government eyes on housing association value for money statements - Alistair McIntosh Is it your job to write the VfM statement for your housing association? If so, you are about to do one of the most political things you have ever done in your life. File size: 170KB Published Date: 04/08/2015 Download
pdf Current Conflicts of interest - Alistair McIntosh Have you heard of Gertjan Vlieghe? He wants to join the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee to set interest rates. So he could be the guy that triggers one of your biggest stress tests if his hand goes up for a hike in rates. File size: 212KB Published Date: 31/07/2015 Download
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