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The latest from HQN — articles for May 2019
The Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) has written to councils that own homes to tell you to keep tenants safe. Why is this? Of course the Grenfell fire is at the root of it. But the RSH has served notices on Gateshead and Arun ordering them to improve safety.
A massive congratulations to The Regenda Group who were revealed as the winners of our housing innovators competition yesterday!
We can’t afford to let the Pamment review gather dust, says HQN Cymru’s Keith Edwards.
The government has pledged to offer people fleeing from abusive and violent relationships greater protection.
It may be hard to believe but the mass majority of the public don’t think the government is doing enough to fix the housing crisis. Goodness knows where they got that idea from.
The good folk down at the Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) have begun a consultation on a revised Rent Standard, due to come into effect from 1 April 2020.
HQN chief Alistair McIntosh provides his top tips on how to be prepared for your next In-Depth Assessment
That’s what a tenant in Wales told me she needs to see a lot more of. And she makes a fine point. Tenants do tell us what is going on. But do we listen and then fix it? Grenfell suggests that we don’t try hard enough. Do we give tenants the tin ear? Is this what lands us in trouble time and again? Yes, it is.