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Affordability - Rob Gershon, Housing Blogger @Simplicitly

Affordability - Rob Gershon, Housing Blogger @Simplicitly (Social Housing, London, 09.12.16) What can you do with households that are being skipped because they can't afford Affordable Rents? How about those that can afford to pay now but may not be able to do so in future (under universal credit)?

Allocation Policies - Dean Underwood, Cornerstone Barristers

Allocation Policies - Dean Underwood, Cornerstone Barristers (Social Housing, London, 09.12.16) What are the 7 things you need to do quickly to ensure your allocation policy complies with the important court judgements of the last 12 months?

Allocations from a Stock Transfer Local Authority Perspective - Phil Turner, Hart District Council

Allocations from a Stock Transfer Local Authority Perspective - Phil Turner, Hart District Council (Social Housing, London, 09.12.16) How can we engage elected members? How might we change our assessments to reflect a brave new world? How can we balance the needs of the waiting list with targeted nominations to landlords?

Allocations Policies 'under attack from all sides’ - Andy Gale, Independent Housing Consultant

Allocations Policies 'under attack from all sides’ - Andy Gale, Independent Housing Consultant (Social Housing, London, 09.12.16) Is it realistic anymore to hang on to traditional allocation policies? What can we do to meet the challenge and replace them with?

New Tenures - Martyn Kingsford OBE

New Tenures - Martyn Kingsford OBE (Social Housing, London, 09.12.16) How do you free up the rented housing in your portfolio through new tenures and products and by better meeting needs and aspirations? What is achievable in terms of increased capacity and within what timeframe?

Right to Buy - Colin Wiles, Wiles Consulting

Right to Buy - Colin Wiles, Wiles Consulting (Social Housing, London, 09.12.16) What is the impact of the right to buy extension? How do you generate a one for one replacement of stock? Is the guidance credible?

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