Deregulation 6th April – The brave new world of Boards and executives in control
On the 6th April the new Social Housing Regulatory construct becomes operational Below we analyse some things that will stay […]
Deregulation 6th April – Will Boards be replaced by Artificial Intelligence?
In a story you may have missed whilst you were being underwhelmed by the government’s White Paper, it was reported […]
Deregulation 6th April – Value for money governance
In today’s operating environment, where financial pressures persist and general uncertainty lingers, the Regulator remains keen to ensure that social […]
Multiplying Success through Collaboration
Fourteen BME landlords launch a new report delivered by Altair. Housing organisations continue to face immense pressures on their abilities […]
Roundtables, Budgets and Select Committees – the life of a Housing Minister 2017
The Housing Minister, Gavin Barwell MP has been on a whirlwind tour of the country since the launch of the […]
Regulation fees for English social housing providers: why it makes sense for the sector
The Homes and Communities Agency today concludes a consultation on its proposal to introduce fees for regulating private registered providers of […]
Fit for what?
The start of a new year is always a time for reflection. I’ve reached that stage of life where […]
Annual Altair / Devonshires Welsh Seminar: Time for Transformational Change?
Date: 17th January 2017 Time: 13:15 – 17:30 Venue: Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Pl, Cardiff Bay CF10 5AL Who […]
What the sector should make of the Autumn Statement
Well we didn’t quite get Christmas come early, but we did get some very important signals from the Autumn Statement […]
Autumn Statement: The devil is in the detail
The government made announcements and reannouncements on housing this week, both within and in the run up to the Autumn […]