HQN TV

Love great video content? Then what are you doing here? Get yourself on Netflix! Anyway, below is the video stuff we’ve done, including First Things First with Alistair McIntosh, important soundbites from key sector leaders, and much more!

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An interview with Gill Kernick, author of Catastrophe and Systemic Change

How we're making the resident voice heard in housing

How we're making the resident voice heard in housing

HQN chief executive Alistair McIntosh speaks to Dele Ryder, from A2Dominion, and Shauna Hutchinson, from Network Homes, about why the ‘resident voice’ matters to them and finds out how they're making it heard across their organisations.

The Big Australian Housing Build: Alistair McIntosh

The Big Australian Housing Build: Alistair McIntosh

HQN CEO, Alistair McIntosh, recently presented on an overseas conference, the Big Australian Housing Build. This event was put on by the Community Housing Industry Association.

Understanding financial statements

Understanding financial statements

HQN Associate Ian Parker takes a tour of a typical social landlord financial landlord and explains what you should be looking for.

Top five tips

Inspections: Top five tips

With the new charter for social housing residents calling for inspections, HQN CEO Alistair McIntosh shares his top five tips on preparing yourself.

RSH update on Tenant Satisfaction Measures

Regulator of Social Housing update on Tenant Satisfaction Measures

The Regulator of Social Housing shares an important on Tenant Satisfaction measures.

When things fall apart: Developing your turnaround strategy

When things fall apart: Developing your turnaround strategy

HQN CEO Alistair McIntosh talks to Sheron Carter, former CEO of Habinteg Housing Association, about the key principles underpinning any successful turnaround strategy.

How we're making the resident voice heard in housing

How we're making the resident voice heard in housing

HQN chief executive Alistair McIntosh speaks to Dele Ryder, from A2Dominion, and Shauna Hutchinson, from Network Homes, about why the ‘resident voice’ matters to them and finds out how they're making it heard across their organisations.

The big interview: Kids Company

The big interview: Kids Company

The charity Kids Company collapsed in 2015 after wrongful accusations of sexual abuse. However, a recent High Court judgement lavished praise on the charity's directors, following an attempt by the Official Receiver to ban them. What happened, and are there any lessons for housing? Alistair McIntosh talks to solicitors Kirsty Thompson and Andrew Cowan from Devonshires.