HACT's Network Coordinator John Coburn joined the Guardian's panel of experts to discuss why and how housing providers should help tenants to find work. Read the key points from the discussion.
The network, founded by HACT, launches a new migrant 'destitution pack' for providers.
Congratulations are in order for Knowsley Housing Trust as they take home an award for their 'Save Energy, Save Money' project.
Following a number of significant changes, HACT have recruited four new board members to join the team.
With a growing number of people in need of housing, it is unacceptable that so many houses are left empty, often over many years. Building new homes is crucial, but not the only way out of the housing crisis; developing solutions for a better and easier use of empty homes is equally important.
The Guardian's Colin Wiles comments on HACT's current work within community investment models.
HACT joins forces with the TSRC to release the Community Investment potential of social housing providers04/09/2012
HACT has announced a new partnership with the Third Sector Research Centre (TSRC) at the University of Birmingham. The partnership will support HACT’s developing work on community investment, localism and social impact, and enable the Centre’s research to further support the housing sector.
This month, we give more information about the services being offered by HACT in relation to Community Rights to Build, and look forward to some key event dates in September.
Inside Housing reports on the launch of the HACT, Locality and Urban Forum service that will support communities with bidding for funds for development schemes.
HACT is proud to announce that Knowsley Housing Trust ‘EcoTeams’, one of HACT’s Golden Projects made it to the finals of the Sustainable Housing Awards 2012.