Help shape this year’s SFHA Property Repairs and Asset Management Conference
Tuesday 3 December, The Arches, Glasgow.
The theme of this year’s SFHA Property Repairs and Asset Management (PRAM) Conference will be ‘sharing best practice: what can we learn from each other on what works in meeting what’s asked of us – and more’.
The conference will feature some exciting speakers and workshops that will be confirmed soon, however, in line with the conference theme, SFHA would love to hear from its members regarding what would be useful to hear and learn about on the day.
The last few years have seen a raft of new guidance and standards issued around fire safety, energy efficiency and fuel poverty, to name just a few. Which aspect of these topics – or others – would you like to hear the conference speakers discuss?
As the day will be member-led, we're also looking to hear from members who'd like to lead a workshop on the day. Has your organisation taken an innovative approach to maintenance or asset management that you'd like to tell others about and share your learning?
The event’s exhibitors will also share practical examples regarding how they’ve worked with members. There are many good examples of innovative approaches to property maintenance and asset management across the housing sector, which is why we're appealing for members to volunteer to lead workshops on the day and share their learning with peers.
If you would like to have your say in what topics should be featured at the conference or if you would like to lead a workshop, then please get in contact with Stacey Dingwall, Policy Lead at firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s Property Repairs and Asset Management Conference will take place on Tuesday 3 December at The Arches in Glasgow city centre.
Delegate fees start at £229 for SFHA members (£319 for non-members) which includes attendance, lunch and all refreshments.
If you book three places, you can bring a colleague for free.
For more information, or to book your place at the conference, please visit the ‘what’s on’ pages of the SFHA website.