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Governance post spending review

The collective sigh of relief for many housing providers, that there wouldn’t be a further immediate raid on housing association […]

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The platform isn’t burning, how will you respond?

The rumours weren’t true. The sector is OK. We all sigh a collective sigh of relief? That’s the wrong response. As we are starting […]

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Spending review: time to get out the mop and bucket?

We’ve all been told that the spending review 2015 is all about “fixing the roof while the sun is shining” […]

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“New World” interim expertise

Altair provides trusted interim managers across a wide range of disciplines in the housing and regeneration field. During these difficult […]

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Here’s to the next 25 years of WHQ

Judy Wayne reports on the celebratory event in Cardiff marking WHQ’s quarter century. Wednesday 11th November saw more than 50 […]

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So housing associations are now classified as public sector – what’s all the fuss about?

The day before Halloween, the Office for National Statistics reclassified housing associations as public sector corporations. The horror story to […]

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A vision for 2040

As Welsh Housing Quarterly magazine celebrates its 25th birthday, Judy Wayne offers her vision for what housing and Wales might look like in another […]

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In Depth Assessments – Business as usual?

We’ve been working a lot with housing associations on understanding what to expect from a Social Housing Regulator in depth […]

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Surviving an IDA pilot

With our G1-V1 status we were very keen at WDH to put ourselves forward as one of the 10 registered […]

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What next for local authorities: challenge of the new freedoms

The localisation of business rates in London in 2019 provides the opportunity for local authorities to think differently about how […]

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