Ideas and Innovation Agency, HACT, has today launched the first Data Standard for social housing providers in the UK.
An independent report of an integrated model of community forensic mental health provision.
Endorsement of the Prevention Concordat for Better Mental Health by HACT's Chief Executive Andrew van Doorn
Sport England is currently inviting expressions of interest for a number of different funding streams to deliver their new investment strategy - all focused on getting people more active.
Some of the leading names in UK housing have joined forces for an ambitious partnership designed to transform housing sector peer comparisons. Called i4H, the partnership has been formed by housing innovation agency HACT, analytics consultants QAHC, membership organisation the Northern Housing Consortium and accountants and business advisors Beever and Struthers, a leading provider of audit services.
With sponsorship from Clarion Housing Group and KeepMoat, HACT, the sector’s ideas and innovation agency, launches a new suite of Wellbeing Values to measure the social impact of core housing activity.
Cross-sector consortium launches ground-breaking project to create shared Data Standard for the housing sector20/01/2017
A consortium of more than ten housing providers, led by sector ideas and innovation agency HACT, today launched a major initiative to create a common data standard for the social housing sector that stands ready to revolutionise the housing digital landscape.
Our newly released evaluation report concludes this action-based learning project which provided start-up business loans to social housing tenants.
HACT, techUK and Hannington Tame have today launched a major digital leadership initiative aimed at placing leading players from the UK’s digital economy on every housing provider board, to help UK housing bridge its digital governance gap.
New research from HACT has shown that repair bills can be significantly reduced if tenants are supported into work. Routine maintenance costs the social housing sector in England in excess of £1.8 billion per year, and moving people back into work can help reduce this bill by approximately £130m.