VfM self-assessments library

Examples of self-assessments from Housing Finance Network and Housing Quality Network members.

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pdf Current For us, Value for Money (VFM) is about being effective in how we plan, manage and operate our business. It is about obtaining the maximum benefit from the resources available to us to deliver our corporate objectives focused on creating stronger communities, better homes and smarter business. File size: 406KB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current One of Arcon’s strategic values and objectives is to ensure that we improve and enhance the quality of our service delivery whilst maintaining a strong financial position and delivering value for money (VFM). File size: 146KB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current The Board of Management and Senior Management Team have conducted a rigorous self-assessment of how Cobalt Housing is achieving value for money in delivering its purpose and objectives. File size: 2MB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current Value for Money (VfM) has always been a key dimension in delivering housing services, but the current economic climate makes it even more important that landlords, like Contour Homes, adopt a comprehensive and strategic approach to getting the most from the resources we have. File size: 801KB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current The regulatory framework for the sector includes a specific standard for Value for Money. Our regulator, the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), expects us to ‘articulate and deliver a comprehensive and strategic approach to achieving value for money in meeting the organisation’s objectives’. File size: 2MB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current The business operates throughout the county of Worcestershire and Herefordshire. Building new homes, improving our existing 15,000 homes, investing in our neighbourhoods and providing tailored support services, we aim to deliver real and sustainable improvements to the quality of life for our customers and communities. File size: 2MB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current HQN worked with Inquilab HA to complete their VFM self assessment. View a copy here. File size: 8MB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current livin was successful in delivering its Corporate Plan 2012/15 12 months ahead of schedule. Subsequent to a Board Leadership Conference, work has begun on the new Corporate Plan, which will replace the five themes of the previous plan with three new themes and which will set out the inclusive, planned and risk based approach being taken to growing and diversifying the business, through establishing a sound infrastructure and clear strategies. File size: 445KB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current At mhs homes our vision is to be “The leading affordable housing provider in Medway transforming the lives of people living in the homes and communities we serve”. File size: 120KB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current As a not-for-profit organisation, Rooftop reinvests its surpluses back into the local community by building new homes, improving existing homes and supporting community initiatives. File size: 350KB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current Throughout 2013, the Association has embedded Value for Money throughout the organisation, with staff, with stakeholders and with customers. The Association’s Every Pound Counts Strategy sets out St Vincent’s commitment to Value for Money. File size: 543KB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current HQN worked with Two Castles HA to complete their VFM self assessment. View a copy here. File size: 1MB Published Date: 29/01/2015
pdf Current Value for Money (VfM) is a strategic cross-cutting theme which encompasses all aspects of service delivery and puts into place effective arrangements to ensure that VfM is fully embedded and actively maximised. File size: 2MB Published Date: 29/01/2015
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