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SFHA Housing Management Forum - East Nov 2018
Port of Leith Housing Association

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When

Thu, 22 Nov from
10:30 to 12:30 (BST)

Where

Port of Leith Housing Association
Edinburgh
EH6 6AZ

Cost

From FREE

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Open to all SFHA Members, this Housing Management Forum will take place in the East, venue will be confirmed in due course. 


In Focus

In Focus at the is SFHA HM Fourm is Section 5 Protocol. SFHA will update members on the recent working group wtih COSLA to update the protocol. 


Policy Update, Welfare Reform and Practice Exchange

There will also be time for an SFHA Policy Update, Welfare Reform Update and Practice Exchange.

Practice exchange topics already highlighted include:

  • Clear Close Policies
  • Storing possessions after evictions
  • Reseting energy meters in voids

Supporting Early Career Housing Management

Bring an early career housing management colleague - build networks, learn about housing issues and share best practice. 

 

SFHA Housing Management Forums are one way in which SFHA supports members by providing an opportunity for housing management professionals to come together to learn about current issues facing the sector as well as a chance to share best practice.

Costs

Member Price FREE

Non-member Price N/A

Speakers

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Zhan McIntyre
SFHA

Zhan joined the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations in 2015 after nearly a decade in Local Authority housing policy and strategy.

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In her role at SFHA, Zhan supports and promotes the work of housing associations across Scotland and represents SFHA members to influence and collaborate with partners across the public, private and third sector. Focusing on housing management, health and social care integration and homelessness, Zhan has a keen interest in promoting the links between affordable good quality housing and wider health and wellbeing outcomes.

 

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