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Building the future of social value in social housing

24/11/2020

Clarion Futures, Sovereign and Fusion21 are confirmed as the first investors in HACT’s social value roadmap.

HACT endorses the Sustainability Reporting Standard

19/11/2020

HACT endorses the Sustainability Reporting Standard, which addresses one of the key requirements around how impact is measured.

Kingdom HA signs up to the data standards

09/11/2020

A warm welcome to Kingdom HA, the first Scottish HA to invest in the development of the UK Housing Data Standards.

The impact we've made

06/11/2020

Between March and September 2020, UK social housing organisations representing 42% of the sector provided over £1,650,000 in financial assistance, provided almost 190,000 residents with advice and guidance, and made over 890,000 welfare calls.

Derventio signs up to the UK Housing Data Standard

13/10/2020

A warm welcome to Derventio, who have signed up to support the development of the resident feedback and complaints data standard.

SFHA and HACT launch social value toolkit for Scotland

07/10/2020

SFHA and HACT have created a social value toolkit that gives housing associations and co-operatives the practical resources they need to measure, demonstrate and increase the social value impact of their work in communities.

Peabody signs up to the UK Housing Data Standard

06/10/2020

A warm welcome to Peabody, who have signed up to support the development of v3.3 of the UK Housing Data Standard.

Magenta signs up to the UK Housing Data Standard

05/10/2020

A warm welcome to Magenta, who have signed up to support the development of data standards for resident feedback and customer complaints.

Celebrating Black History Month

01/10/2020

A collective of organisations has come together to release the following statement about Black History Month:

The support continues

23/09/2020

Between March and July 2020, UK social housing organisations representing 41% of the sector provided over £1,150,000 in financial assistance, provided almost 140,000 residents with advice and guidance, and made over 710,000 welfare calls.

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