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Mr Bean criticizes Government? The tricky path of welfare reform

Mr Bean criticizes Government? The tricky path of welfare reform In an effort to encourage an interest in current affairs, […]

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HRA Reform – Risks and Issues

HRA Reform – Risks and Issues In general, the principles behind HRA reform and self-financing are laudable and to be […]

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Affordable Rents – Unreliable sources reveal possible truth on flawed new regime

Affordable Rents- Unreliable sources reveal possible truth on flawed new regime As the HCA’S bid deadline closed it seems that […]

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Regeneration – Lesson learnt: Don’t compromise

Regeneration – Lesson learnt: Don’t compromise One of the first Regeneration schemes I was ever involved in was an SRB […]

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Stock transfers, ALMOs and DLOs – future prospects?

Stock transfers, ALMOs and DLOs – future prospects? Does self-financing herald the end of stock transfers? Lambeth have set up […]

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Financial Business Plans – Key Issues for Review

At this time of year, most housing organisations will have completed and approved their budgets for 2011/12. Reviewing and updating […]

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Welfare reform – are you prepared?

The Bill is slowly and quietly working its way through parliament and there is a danger that some may have […]

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Invest in People to get the best return

Stories of budget cuts and efficiency savings loom large in the media. Behind the screaming headlines the choices are not […]

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Why don’t we share more often?

Why don’t we share more often? The housing sector has never before been under such pressure for greater efficiency and […]

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LinkedIn top tips from Sarah Palmer

LinkedIn top tips from Sarah Palmer Top tips, how to make the most of LinkedIn – completing your profile Include […]

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