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Don’t Mention Social Housing

by Tom Murtha - on 21/07/2014

HACT's Chairman Tom Murtha discusses his reasons for involvement in the SHOUT (Social Housing Under Threat) campaign.

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Housing Associations need a City Deal

by John Coburn - on 11/07/2014

As HACT launches its new report on strategic approaches to employment today, HACT's Network Manager explores the role of housing associations in supporting employment economic opportunities in the city regions.

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HouseParty: an exciting new innovation for housing

by John Coburn, Networks Manager, HACT - on 17/06/2014

A snippet into why HouseParty represents the transformation that is taking place in the housing sector. Networks Manager John Coburn discusses some of the great sessions that will be taking place at HouseParty and declares that the event reflects the dynamism, energy and enthusiasm of our sector and communities, to make change happen.

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A challenge to the existing housing establishment

by Matt Leach - on 10/06/2014

HACT's Chief Executive Matt Leach discusses why HouseParty delivers an opportunity to a new generation of housing innovators.

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Big Data and housing part 4: potential benefits

by Jim Vine - on 03/06/2014

In part four of this short introductory series Jim Vine delves into the ‘why’ of Housing Big Data.

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Big Data and housing part 3: machine learning

by Jim Vine - on 27/05/2014

In part three of this short introductory series, Jim Vine outlines some of the machine learning techniques that are likely to be deployed in analysing housing’s Big Data.

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Communities in control

by Jamie van Iersel - on 21/05/2014

HACT's Housing Intern Jamie van Iersel talks about her experience working closely on HACT's community-led housing initiatives and the Self-Help Housing project.

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Big Data and housing part 2: approaches to delivery

by Jim Vine - on 20/05/2014

In part two of this short introductory series Jim Vine explains how Big Data might be analysed in the housing sector.

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Is fixed-term the way forward?

by Mary-Kathryn Rallings - on 13/05/2014

HACT's Research Manager Mary-Kathryn Rallings discusses the increasing popularity of fixed-term tenancies among housing providers, what they mean for the tenants and some of the reasons why the sector is deciding to implement them.

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What would a housing association look like if it started up today?

by Richard Sage - on 12/05/2014

Information Architect Richard Sage wonders what a brand new housing association would be like if it were to start up today.

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