Past events

29/11/2012
As the access to open data sources increases, the potential useful information that can be drawn from these sources provides huge opportunities of obtaining new knowledge and understanding.
27/11/2012
As the access to open data sources increases, the potential useful information that can be drawn from these sources provides huge opportunities of obtaining new knowledge and understanding.
21/11/2012
With support from Big Society Network (BSN), HACT and SEUK provided a unique and informal platform for housing providers to meet some of UK's best social entrepreneurs.
21/11/2012
Social enterprises are businesses that trade for a social purpose. This HACT seminar will focus on how housing associations can create, develop and support social enterprises within their neighbourhoods.
06/11/2012
This action-learning event will examine how housing providers can support and work with residents and community organisations to help forge stronger and more sustainable neighbourhoods.
19/10/2012
HACT and Social Impact Analysts Association are working with Daniel Fujiwara, researcher at the London School of Economics, on our current work based on how the housing sector can understand and measure its social impact.
16/10/2012
As part of the National Housing Federation's Supporting Residents into Employment Conference, HACT's CEO will be participating in a panel discussion about the findings from HACT's recently commissioned report 'Housing providers' approaches to tackling worklessness - assessing value and impact'.
27/09/2012
HACT's CEO Matt Leach will be discussing how housing providers can measure and demonstrate their social impact.
17/09/2012
HACT will be at stand number C1 near the entrance to the conference - come and see us!
06/09/2012
Amongst a range of changes to the planning system arising from the Localism Act is the introduction of neighbourhood planning and the community right to build. These represent significant challenges for housing providers, but also real opportunities for those able to respond and engage effectively at a local level.

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