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Housing Bill 2022 Forum: Building Commitment to the Community

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Thursday 21 July 2022 12:30

Tenants have the right to safer neighbourhoods and better quality homes, is this easier said than done? Over lockdown many RSL’s supported their communities in diverse ways, from well-being calls to increasing digital inclusion for tenants, however, the Bill demands more. What plans and experiences can you share with peers?

In the Queens Speech, Prince Charles stated the government would ‘improve the regulation of social housing, strengthen the rights of tenants and ensure better quality safer homes’. Whilst the content of the Housing Bill was already widely known within the sector and many RSL’s have been working towards fulfilling obligations towards the Bill, many are still finding their feet and considering best practice. Now that the Bill approaches the legislative stage, its realities will begin to take centre stage for tenants and associations alike.  

Having worked with 50+ housing associations for over a decade, our engagement has shown that providing a platform to discuss sector issues, learn from the experiences of peers and demonstrate how digital strategies can help HAs combat everyday challenges.  

To further support the sector, VerseOne are presenting a new series of Housing Bill 2022 Forums, focusing on its key outcomes, to learn and discuss how these can and are being tackled.

Commitment To The Community​​​​​​

Tenants have the right to safer neighborhoods and better quality homes. Over lockdown many RSL’s supported their communities in diverse ways, from well-being calls to increasing digital inclusion for tenants, however, the Bill demands more. 

Technology can help whether it’s identifying emergency vehicle access space is occupied by another vehicle, virtual stock surveys to providing tenants with online services they want to use - how are your digital channels supporting these drivers?

Housing Bill 2022 Forum: Building Commitment to the Community

  • Type Housing Hot Topic Event
  • Start 21 Jul 2022 12:30
  • End 21 Jul 2022 13:30
  • Places 25

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Tenants have the right to safer neighbourhoods and better quality homes, is this easier said than done? Over lockdown many RSL’s supported their communities in diverse ways, from well-being calls to increasing digital inclusion for tenants, however, the Bill demands more. What plans and experiences can you share with peers?

In the Queens Speech, Prince Charles stated the government would ‘improve the regulation of social housing, strengthen the rights of tenants and ensure better quality safer homes’. Whilst the content of the Housing Bill was already widely known within the sector and many RSL’s have been working towards fulfilling obligations towards the Bill, many are still finding their feet and considering best practice. Now that the Bill approaches the legislative stage, its realities will begin to take centre stage for tenants and associations alike.  

Having worked with 50+ housing associations for over a decade, our engagement has shown that providing a platform to discuss sector issues, learn from the experiences of peers and demonstrate how digital strategies can help HAs combat everyday challenges.  

To further support the sector, VerseOne are presenting a new series of Housing Bill 2022 Forums, focusing on its key outcomes, to learn and discuss how these can and are being tackled.

Commitment To The Community​​​​​​

Tenants have the right to safer neighborhoods and better quality homes. Over lockdown many RSL’s supported their communities in diverse ways, from well-being calls to increasing digital inclusion for tenants, however, the Bill demands more. 

Technology can help whether it’s identifying emergency vehicle access space is occupied by another vehicle, virtual stock surveys to providing tenants with online services they want to use - how are your digital channels supporting these drivers?

Housing Bill 2022 Forum: Building Commitment to the Community

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