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Altair out and about

September through to the end of the year is conference and board awayday strategy time. At Altair, we’ve already kicked […]

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Avoiding the housing workforce demographic time bomb

A recent Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) report has confirmed that there are 9.4 million people over the […]

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New faces, new projects

As part of our immediate growth plans we are delighted that Andy Ballard and David Mairs have joined us as […]

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What our stock exchange listing gives us

We’ve been asked why a housing consultancy would go for a listing. Well, in just over four years we’ve worked […]

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Northern Housing Associations response to proposed right to buy extension (RTBE)

Altair has prepared a written submission to the Communities and Local Government committee on the proposed right to buy extension […]

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The morning after the night before

The dawning of a new economic cycle – not really witnessed in the security of what has been the housing […]

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Upcoming Parliamentary Schedule: Bills that will affect the Housing Sector

Earlier on in the year we were informed of the newly elected government’s legislative plans. While we still don’t have any […]

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Stock Exchange Listing – not for the faint-hearted…

On 19th August, the final approvals were given which allowed Altair to become part of the General Industries Group and […]

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Re-assuring your board on compliance – Are you getting the balance right?

In today’s operating environment housing providers are facing increasing challenges and constraints. With business plans under growing pressure and regulatory […]

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How much is your reputation worth?

At a time when it seems as if every article in the housing press has to have the phrase ‘post-budget’ […]

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