News by date:

Year: 2017

Filter news by:

Clear Focus on Local Authorities

Teresa May’s Government confirmed again at the Conservative Party Conference that there will be a clear policy focus on local […]

Read more

October News

Delivering the Future                                    […]

Read more

The Taylor Review and what Housing Associations can learn from Uber

‘Zero-hour contracts’, ‘worker status’, ‘gig economy’, ‘self-employed contractors’ – all words and phrases you may have heard in the past […]

Read more

Building Bridges – A guide to better partnership working between local authorities and housing associations

The CIH today launched this report, co written by Altair’s Gemma Duggan, covering :- Challenges for partnership working Leadership and […]

Read more

Taking Stock report – challenge, change and innovation in the ALMO sector

Altair today launched its report “Taking Stock” .. a research report exploring challenge, change and innovation in the ALMO sector […]

Read more

Recruitment – Some Interesting Roles

Interim management and Non Executive Roles As we move towards autumn, pressures on the sector are shifting but there is […]

Read more

Resetting the Housing Policy Clock

The White Paper in the spring of this year was intended to herald a new era of strategic thinking on […]

Read more

Altair News September 2017

The summer recess is now over and attention turns to the policy agenda for the autumn. We know that Brexit […]

Read more

BME associations hold early talks with City Hall over joint development vehicle

This article by David Blackman was published in “Social Housing” last week “London-based black and minority ethnic housing associations have […]

Read more

Aquila Services Group – Result of Annual General Meeting (AGM)

The Board of Aquila (Altair’s parent company) is pleased to announce that at the Company’s AGM held 27th July 2017, […]

Read more

Altair newsletter

Stay up to date with the latest news from Altair by subscribing to our regular newsletter.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.