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  • Domestic Abuse

    5 July 2019, London Training

    Domestic Abuse Description This course provides an overview of the dynamics of domestic abuse, identification, risk assessment and support processes and the impact upon victims and children. It will enable practitioners to be able to understand the

  • Troubled Families Workshop

    30 January 2013, LiverpoolEvents

    In this session we will consider a real life case study in some depth and we will workshop ideas and introduce an approach and tools to help you engage with the ‘Troubled Families’ initiative in your local authority area at a strategic and

  • Make a date with us on June 13

    21/05/2019News

    In this current housing environment, we know that as a sector we have work to do to regain the full trust of our tenants. The best housing providers will want to do this and will want to invest in homes, people and local communities. In this session

  • CIH Level 3 Certificate in Housing Practice

    30 January 2019Qualifications

    CIH Level 3 Certificate in Housing Practice CIH scheme code 3H14 The objective of this qualification is to provide individuals with the technical knowledge and understanding across a broad range of frontline housing practices at an operational level.

  • CIH Level 3 Diploma in Housing Practice

    7 December 2018Qualifications

    CIH Level 3 Diploma in Housing Practice CIH scheme code 3H15 The objective of this qualification is to provide individuals with the technical knowledge and understanding across a broad range of frontline housing practices at an operational level. The

  • Sector showcase: fixed term tenancies Subscription

    24/07/2017Policy and practice

    Orwell were carrying out assessment visits at 12 months and then 6 months before the end of the tenancy; this has since been modified to 12 months and then 9 in time to give 6 months notice if the tenancy is not to be renewed, Assessing the

  • Sector showcase: fixed term tenancies

    28/07/2017Books

    Sector showcase: fixed term tenancies The government introduced fixed term tenancies through the passing of the Localism Act 2011 and through changes to the regulatory framework for social housing. What's insideThis briefing aims to see how the use

  • Housing and Planning Act FAQs Subscription

    24/03/2017Policy and practice

    Where a council decides to not to issue a further tenancy at the end of a fixed term, a process for ending the existing tenancy is already set out in the Localism Act 2011. This is not expected to change. In summary councils must give at least six

  • Good Practice Compendium 2013

    02/12/2013Policy and practice

    029 2085 8185 E: greg.england@unitedwelsh.com18 Welsh Housing Awards 2013 | Good Practice Compendium Chelsea Avenue Lead organisation: Valleys to Coast Housing Partner organisation: Bellway Homes Wales The Chelsea Avenue regeneration scheme aspired

  • What you need to know about the Deregulation Act 2015 Subscription

    20/07/2015Policy and practice

    What you need to know about the Deregulation Act 2015 On 26 March 2015 the Deregulation Act 2015 received royal assent. The main areas that impact on housing associations include the reduction to three years' qualifying period for the right to buy,