Managing Your Asset Portfolio: Transformation, efficiency, scrutiny
Following significant changes in the sector, it is more important than ever that social landlords review their approach to asset management with a view to becoming more efficient and demonstrating sound decision-making and real value for money.
The 1% rent cut has acted as a real driver towards this, and with increased scrutiny in asset management it is essential that landlords are operating at the best possible level and looking at innovative ways to change service delivery and operating models.
This conference, in conjunction with the Northern Housing Consortium, will explore transformational new ways of approaching asset management, with a range of speakers covering:
- Asset management – the HCA’s view
- Effective models of procurement
- Thinking differently about DLOs, shared services and outsourcing
- Maximising the value of your assets
- Asset management in the in-depth assessment process
- An update on the Commission for Housing in the North
The conference is aimed at all those with an interest in leading or managing housing organisation assets, assurance and governance, including Chief Executives, Directors or Heads of Service in Finance, Asset Management, Investment, Corporate Services, Governance, Risk and Assurance. The conference is open for bookings now, and the full programme will be available soon.
Date: 23 February 2016
Time: All day
Venue: Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel
Book your place on the Northern Housing Consortium website by clicking here
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