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  • Focus on influencing: June 2016 Subscription

    09/06/2016Policy and practice

    Sarah Davis, senior policy and practice officer, chaired our ASB event Melanie Rees, head of policy, took part in the ethical dilemmas panel for this years rising stars finalists Faye Greaves, policy and practice officer, attended a meeting with

  • Focus on influencing: May 2016 Subscription

    12/05/2016Policy and practice

    Sarah Davis, senior policy and practice officer, attended a Carers UK roundtable to discuss bringing the housing and care sectors together Sarah attended a Local Government Association roundtable on housing and employment John Perry, policy adviser,

  • Regeneration revival: summary report

    09/05/2016Policy and practice

    This approach will be beneficial in some areas but needs careful consideration and good management. Acknowledgements With thanks to CIH and Poplar HARCA for supporting this research, particularly Gavin Smart, Melanie Rees, David Pipe, Laura Shimili,

  • Regeneration revival? Making housing-led regeneration work

    09/05/2016Policy and practice

    Regeneration revival? Making housing-led regeneration work across England In January 2016 the Prime Minister announced a new programme to support regeneration. This latest research seeks to address what the potential benefits of housing-led

  • CIH South West Conference and Exhibition 2016

    28 April 2016General

    Presentations Programme Day 1 Keynote sessions What does the future of housing look like in the current environment Geraldine Howley, CIH president and chief executive, Incommunities Happy landings? How will housing association right to buy work and

  • Homelessness prevention…it’s always better than cure

    19/04/2016News

    Homelessness prevention…it’s always better than cure Before chairing the workshop on Wales' homelessness prevention duty on day 2 at TAI 2016, Melanie Rees takes a look at the legislation that's getting quite a bit of attention from outside the

  • Rethinking Repairs - rising to the challenge Manchester 2016

    17 March 2016General

    Presentations & handbook The new policy landscape Melanie Rees, head of policy, Chartered Institute Housing It’s a whole new world Sue Cooper, managing director, Affinity Sutton Repairs   A total asset management approach Luke Mitchell,

  • Housing Management Conference Managing homes in a changing environment

    23 February 2016General

    Joining instructions & Presentations Programme: Day 1 Keynote sessions What does the future hold for housing management Melanie Rees, head of policy, Chartered Institute of Housing Getting the basics right Ann Bennett, head of neighbourhood services,

  • Rethinking Repairs, Rising to the challenge London 2016

    1 February 2016General

    Joining instructions, Presentations & Handbook The new policy landscape Melanie Rees, head of policy, Chartered Institute Housing It’s a whole new world Sue Cooper, managing director, Affinity Sutton Repairs   A total asset management approach

  • CIH South East Practitioners Conference

    29 October 2015General

    Presentations Programme: Day one Keynote: How can we influence government changes? Melanie Rees, Head of Policy, Chartered Institute of Housing Keynote: Housing and the Care Act: working with social services David Peña-Charlón, Workforce