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pdf Current Report: Building a Safer Future – Independent Review of Building Regulation – Final Report File size: 1MB Published Date: 17/05/2018 Download
pdf Current Network briefing – Housing supply in England File size: 531KB Published Date: 20/07/2017 Download
pdf Current Older people, housing, health and care This infographic from the Care & Repair England reports on the links between housing condition and health. File size: 478KB Published Date: 30/03/2016 Download
pdf Current Can modern methods of construction (MMC) really be a viable option for RP developers? In this briefing we look at case studies from Housing Quality Network members (and more widely) to demonstrate the benefits and risks for RP developers. File size: 2MB Published Date: 07/01/2016
pdf Current The crisis in accessible housing and adaptations (Muscular Dystrophy UK) Muscular Dystrophy UK has published a short research briefing on the failure of councils to tackle the need for housing adaptations for people with muscle-wasting conditions. File size: 2MB Published Date: 21/10/2015 Download
pdf Current Many are moving away from 'one-size-fits-all' long-term framework arrangements towards a 'mix-and-match' approach to enable greater autonomy and control over procurement arrangements. This briefing brings together a small selection of case studies to demonstrate a range of procurement approaches. File size: 269KB Published Date: 13/08/2015
pdf Current The built environment is at the heart of some of the most important work done by housing providers. But getting it right does not just depend on what's built or how properties are maintained. This briefing from HQN Associate Neil Merrick, looks at best practice as exemplified by six social landlords. It includes tips directly from the landlords involved. File size: 215KB Published Date: 06/08/2015
pdf Current Although the Urban Green Spaces Task Force’s report in 2002 launched a wave of new investment, this era of funding was short-lived. Maintenance was scaled back and authorities sought to hand over parks and woodlands to charities and volunteers. However, despite all this, as significant owners of green space in our towns and cities, social landlords are now recognising that green spaces have an important role to play. File size: 457KB Published Date: 09/01/2014
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