HACT's CEO Matt Leach will be discussing how housing providers can measure and demonstrate their social impact.
HACT will be at stand number C1 near the entrance to the conference - come and see us!
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.
This seminar examined and discussed the potential role for housing providers to develop a neighbourhood media programme and to support digital inclusion as a means of offering residents new ways to influence services and participate and engage in their community.
The key event for the housing care and support sector to find out about the latest legislation and government policies and gain ideas from industry experts to manage change and overcome challenges. HACT Deputy CEO Andrew Van Doorn will be speaking at the event on the personalisation agenda and the up2us HACT project.
Come and see us at stand B45, where we will have more information on our exciting new projects and launching our events programme for autumn 2012.
Encounter a deserted city of London by moonlight as you take on NightRider - an exciting 100km cycle challenge after dark!
Social impact is now a buzzword in funding and policy circles, and housing providers in the UK are under increasing pressure to more clearly articulate and evidence their social and economic value.
HACT's Deputy CEO will be speaking at the conference about the up2us HACT project and the personalisation agenda.
Housing providers’ approaches to tackling worklessness is the first output of a new partnership between HACT and Inclusion, focusing on assessing, evidencing and benchmarking the range of approaches that housing providers take to tackling worklessness