Personal tools
You are here: Home Events Social housing in the big society

Social housing in the big society

Phil Teece is speaking on the PB values, principles and standards at this conference

What
When May 04, 2011
from 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Central London
Contact Phone 0870 165 8989
Add event to calendar vCal
iCal

Social Housing in the Big Society

Capita’s Social Housing in the Big Society Conference comes at a crucial time of social housing reform with the Localism Bill laid before Parliament just this week.  Key speakers will examine how devolving power to the local level and galvanizing social action is key to increasing efficiency and flexibility in social housing.

It's the end of the era of central government control and lays the foundations for the Big Society. Community empowerment is vital in social housing, giving residents the tools to create sustainable and targeted neighbourhood services.

Attend this high-level event to learn new ways of meeting local housing needs, harnessing social action and helping to build the Big Society.

Benefits of Attending

  • Understand the latest policies and initiatives on the Localism Agenda
  • Gain insight into how the HCA aims to meet housing targets with its strengthened responsibility for regulation and devolving power to local communities
  • Receive clarification on the impact of Housing Benefit Reform, the New Homes Bonus and Community Right to Build
  • Hear directly from three of the Big Society ‘vanguard communities’ – Eden, Sutton and Liverpool
  • Benefit from guidance on developing an integrated approach to bringing empty homes back into use
  • Explore ways of embedding regeneration and community engagement into your neighbourhood management programme

For more information and to book this conference please contact Capita directly.

 

More information about this event…

Site Powered by Plone - Developed By ElectroSoup
Site Contents © Church Action on Poverty 2008