HAs must publish Gender Pay Reports by 4th April 2018
If you are a housing association which had 250 or more employees on 1st April 2017, you are required under […]
Rent setting: Just because you could, does it mean you should?
Great article from Gemma Duggan from this weeks “Social Housing”: Rent setting: Just because you could, does it mean you […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Summer is here!
As summer is finally upon us, we reflect on housing and the uncertain environment that we now face. The Grenfell […]
Chris Wood appointed to new Grenfell Recovery Taskforce
New taskforce to support recovery from Grenfell fire disaster Communities Secretary Sajid Javid today (26 July 2017) announced details of […]
4 Point Plan for Northern Housing
The Northern Housing Consortium is calling on all prospective MPs and leading Stakeholders to back its work in tackling the […]
Risk Management – Art or Science?
The regulator recently announced in Inside Housing that “the time of leniency is at an end” with a tougher approach […]
The 30 Year Plan
It’s that time in the calendar when finance teams don’t get much sleep or to enjoy the long Bank Holiday […]