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The latest from HQN — articles for October 2018
Our members are asking how they should get ready for Brexit and how to stress test for the risks.
Speakers of the highest calibre are set to descend on a major end of the year HQN event this December – and you will not want to miss it.
In the latest HQN blog, Cllr Paul Smith of Bristol City Council and advisor to the Housing Ombudsman writes on the importance of ensuring the complaints process for tenants is strengthened following the Social Housing Green Paper
Colin Heyman, the new lead for HQN's relaunched Equality and Diversity Network, looks over the Social Housing Green Paper from an EDI perspective, and highlights the factors the sector will have to consider going forward.
As HQN relaunches its Equality and Diversity Network, the new lead for the exchange Colin Heyman explains in this blog why it remains such an important consideration for the housing sector.
What was Soho like in the 1980s? You can read all about it in a new book by Christopher Howse. He makes it sound a magical world of poets and painters. And for him it was. But not for me. I was leasing homes for Camden so spent the '80s cycling through the rain and huddled up in cafes writing my notes.
Mike Victory-Rowe, Lead Associate for The Asset Management Network, looks at the government's call to revise and renew the Decent Homes Standard, as set out in the Social Housing Green Paper.
In the modern word of asset management we recognise that the traditional stock condition survey data can be enhanced by other data and intelligence to allow your organisation to make better and faster decisions.
As #HousingDay18 approaches Colin Wiles, in the latest HQN blog, discusses why it is important for tenants to be put at the forefront of the decision making process.
Following a surprisingly large number of housing related announcements at this year's Conservative Party Conference, HQN has rounded up the key policy developments from across the week, as well as analysis and reaction from across the sector.