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Fire Safety for Housing Management Professionals

Fire safety is everyone's business. While there has been a focus on the physical attributes of fire safety recently, there is much housing management teams can do to help keep customers and tenants safe. Zhan McIntyre provides a short update on developments relating to fire safety that may be of interest to Housing Management professionals. 

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Housing Innovation Community Update

To mark the end of the first year of the SFHA Innovation and Future Thinking Programme, supported by Wheatley Group, SFHA’s Innovation and Future Thinking Lead Lorna Wilson provides an update on progress and looks to the future. 

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All Quiet on the Universal Credit Front?

Whilst the managed migration of Universal Credit is being introduced very carefully, with a pilot project in Harrogate only starting in July and full migration not taking place until the latter half of 2020, numbers are rapidly growing via new claims and managed migration – and controversy is never far away.

Guide to MMR - Feedback please

SFHA is planning to commission guidance on Mid-Market Rent. Read the summary of proposed content and get in touch if there is anything missing or redundant.

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10 housing questions to ask your health and social care partnership

In this blog, Zhan McIntyre, SFHA Policy Lead, shares 10 housing questions you can ask your health and social care partnership.

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Designing great customer experiences: guide now available

Blog by Byrony Willet, CEO, Maryhill HA and Shelley Hutton, Customer Service and Research Manager, Castle Rock Edinvar Housing Association Limited.

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Last chance to join tomorrow’s focus group on housing as a human right

SFHA is hosting a focus group this Thursday (20 June) on housing as a human right which will help inform the Scottish Housing Day paper on the topic – a few spaces are available.

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Consequence scanning – fringe by design event

Consequence scanning is a concept developed by Doteveryone which highlights the interface between technology and policy and fits alongside other agile processes in an iterative development cycle.

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Hillcrest awards £25,000 to homeless charity

Funding awarded to charity Move On to help homeless and vulnerable people. 

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RCOT launches Adaptations Without Delay Guidance

The overall aim of the guide is to reduce delays in the delivery of adaptations by providing tools that support a proportionate response.

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DGHP holds successful Langholm event

The event saw more than 30 tenants and residents attend throughout the day.

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Govan’s three housing associations meet university over new campus

Govan, Linthouse and Elderpark Housing Associations meet with University of Glasgow to discuss new Govan campus. 

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Housing Impact Manifesto - Pledge your support

Introducing a manifesto by SFHA, our members and partners... A pledge for social housing providers in Scotland to measure, understand, and grow our social and economic impact in order to make a difference and deliver our social purpose across Scotland together.

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0141 212 7555

Glasgow

www.aspenpeople.co.uk

Aspen People

Training & Recruitment

0141 212 7555

Glasgow

www.aspenpeople.co.uk