Following the publication of the PRS white paper in June, this session will provide an opportunity for members to discuss the proposed reforms and the implications for their organisations and the communities they serve. The session will be attended by HQN Associate Roger Jarman who is developing a briefing on the white paper.
This event will be of interest to both local authority officer and housing association staff who are involved in the development and implementation of policies to increase, improve and manage properties in the private rented sector.
As always, the session will be facilitated by Emma Lindley, and take place via zoom.
This best practice group will be a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is new to the network, or has not attended a best practice group before.
Why come to the best practice group?
- Great to find out what others are doing
- Good honest and open discussions
- Sharing best practice and ideas with others in similar roles
- Acts as a sense-check about what people are doing or thinking of doing.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Emma Lindley has nine years’ experience working in housing associations and a local authority in the East Midlands. Emma has been a HQN Associate since 2013 and has produced a number of briefings and toolkits relating to allocations and lettings. Emma has worked in a variety of roles including managing a PRS portfolio, providing housing options advice, tenancy management and most recently strategic housing with responsibility for the homelessness service, affordable housing delivery and private sector renewal strategy.
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