Health and safety

It can feel relentless – new and revised guidance to stay on top of, risks and threats to watch out for. When it comes to Health and Safety there’s never been a greater need for reassurance. Our experienced team of…

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Private rented sector

It’s big, it’s growing and in many places it houses more people than councils and housing associations. HQN will help you get the best out of the private rented sector whether you’re a council, association or ALMO. Our team of…

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Strategic housing services

The range of services we offer reflects the diversity of the strategic housing function, supporting the development of strategy and policy (including affordable housing, homelessness and housing support). Our work in this area includes: Housing strategy reviews Homelessness reviews Housing…

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Asset management

Our experienced team has a track record of strong project management and in-depth understanding of local authority, ALMO and housing association asset management. Repairs and maintenance health checks and service reviews to provide external challenge as well as an opportunity…

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Performance improvement support

We have helped over 200 organisations to increase performance and improve customer satisfaction. Many have gone on to achieve outstanding results winning quality awards and are delivering services of which they can be justifiably proud. HQN is on hand to…

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Want top marks for your in-depth assessment?

HQN has extensive hands-on experience of working with landlords to get them ready for IDAs. Our team of experts can take you through your paces: Desktop review of submission documents including financial analysis Practice interviews Board observation Facilitated feedback session…

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Governance, strategy and risk

What rent increase will you put through next year? Tenants – and shared owners – are struggling with the cost of living. You simply cannot ask these people for a rent hike of say 10% for inflation plus a 1%…

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