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The latest from HQN — articles for October 2017
An increasing problem for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is landlords who have networks but don’t realise their requirements.
You all want to know how much you cost to run. Are you more efficient than your rivals? Sorry, I meant to say peers. Also do we know who is investing in their homes? And can we spot the rogues that are starving the homes of investment? On top of that who is punching above their weight on house building? Hold your horses! Why do you have to wait till February to get the official results from the HCA? That’s not good enough is it?
Further to the success of the popular Northern and London-based best practice events run by HQN’s Health and Safety Network (SAFETYnet) we are pleased to announce the launch of a Midlands group.
HQN, in association with Profile 22, want to hear your thoughts on what is influencing design and product choices, in this survey from our Asset Management Network.
Following HQN's inaugural conference on business transformation, Paul Taylor presents what he considers to be the 10 main talking points from the day.
Janis Bright and Housing Finance Network Lead Associate Ian Parker analyse what recent government announcements mean for the social housing sector.
In response to the HCA's consultation on the Value for Money standard, HQN has produced a briefing for it's members of the Housing Quality Network and Housing Finance Network.
Vicki Cutler has become one of only 40 women around the world to be awarded Chartered Fellowship status by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).