|Housing Finance Expert||
Online advice and guidance covering the basics of housing finance in all sectors, plus a do-it-yourself guide to major initiatives to help you avoid hefty consultancy fees. From budgets to business planning to investment appraisal, hf:expert helps you make the most of your own skills in day- to-day business and evaluating big decisions. It de-mystifies housing finance.
Benefits include a best practice A-Z, quarterly mailings and fortnightly email updates, question and answer email support, website to post queries and share information, regular events and jobs to view and advertise.
To join please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the hf:expert brochure
|Leasehold Excellence Network||
The Leasehold Excellence Network is a resource for anyone working with leaseholders in social housing who wants to improve service delivery AND increase leaseholder satisfaction. Useful for local authorities, ALMOs and housing associations, it aims to help providers compare policy and practice, measure and evaluate performance and identify innovations in the sector.
To join please email: email@example.com
Download the LEN brochure
|Rent and Income Excellence Network||
Innovation, ideas and best practice on all aspects of rent collection with a track record of helping improve members' performance. Over 190 members feeding in experience and sharing problems and solutions.
To join please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the RIEN brochure
|The Excellence in Health and Safety Network||
The first national network devoted to health and safety in housing. Provides best practice, briefings and bulletins, plus a groundbreaking health and safety benchmarking exercise. It gives health and safety professionals the information they need to protect employees, tenants (and employers). Features an exclusive Ask-the-Lawyer hotline and an ‘info-share’ programme to match similar organisations to share procedures and practices.
To join please email: email@example.com
Download the SAFETYnet brochure
|Strategic Excellence Network||
The knowledge and skills needed to deliver the strategic housing function grow all the time. It needs an awareness of the strategic links between national, regional and local levels, and calls for analytical skills, marketing, negotiating and influencing.
SEN is a key resource for anyone delivering an effective strategic housing function. Benefits include briefings, weekly updates and bi-monthly newsletters, the website and networking opportunities through workshops and best practice events. SEN takes the hard work out of translating the national and local agenda into local actions.
To join please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the SEN brochure
NeighbourhoodNet is a newly-expanded best practice network that has been developed to now provide a range of targeted support for people who work in the general needs housing and sheltered and supported housing functions. It covers best practice and benchmarking on key services such as tenancy, neighbourhood and estate management, anti-social behaviour, vulnerability, older people, and community development/regeneration roles. It will keep you up to speed by providing up-to-date information and news, briefings on legislation, evolving regulatory expectations and good practice, and access to other professionals, benchmarking and toolkits, focusing on what you need and want to know.
To join please email: email@example.com
Download the NeighbourhoodNet brochure
|The Excellence in Asset Management Network||
The practical no-nonsense network developing skills in all aspects of asset management, especially repairs and maintenance. This network is also relevant to contractors and suppliers. It keeps members abreast of emerging issues and provides an asset management knowledge base second to none.
To join please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the TEAMnet brochure
|The Residents' Network||
The Residents' Network - supporting residents, making co-regulation work, holding landlords to account. The aim is to inspire and support residents to take the lead on regulating housing providers - whether its scrutiny, inspection, mystery shopping or panel groups. Benefits include: Local events and networking opportunities, 'How we do it' – stories from members and their contact details, ask the expert – online question and answer forum, up-to-the-minute, jargon-free information in our policy updates, Technical/bespoke briefings, ask the expert online facility, and a telephone hotline.
For more information please visit www.theresidentsnetwork.co.uk
Download the The Residents' Network brochure