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Consultation on a new standard for the competency and conduct of senior housing managers


On 7 February, DLUHC launched a consultation on a new competency and conduct standard for senior housing managers.

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High Rise Buildings: Safety Case Toolkit

The Building Safety Regulator has published a Safety Case Toolkit to help officers responsible for preparing safety case reports for existing high-rise buildings.

Introduction of new regulatory regime for social housing: update

In preparation for full implementation of the new regulatory regime for social housing, the Regulator of Social Housing will shortly be writing to all registered providers with the names of their key contacts for regulatory purposes.

Chief Officers’ Conference 21-22 March: claim your free place now

“The much-anticipated Chief Officers Conference is rapidly approaching (21 & 22 March 2024), and I just wanted to remind you that as an ARCH member you have a place at the conference absolutely free of charge.

General Election date set for 4 July

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced that Parliament will be dissolved to allow for a General Election on 4 July.  Today is the last day Parliament is sitting.  Any legislation that

Rethinking Repairs and Maintenance – New Guidance Published

 As part of the action plan arising from the Better Social Housing Review (BSHR) action plan a cross-sector working group led by the Chartered Institute of Housing has launched 

Disruptive Innovators Network – Invitation to two events

The Disruptive Innovators Network is a membership organisation for social housing providers investing in corporate innovation.  It says: "We have a passion for thinking and doing things diffe

LGA Webinar – 13 June – A Discussion with the Regulator and the Housing Ombudsman

The LGA is holding a webinar on 13 June with the Housing Ombudsman and Regulator of Social Housing to discuss their new requirements for councils.  The webinar is aimed at councillors w

Renters Reform Bill passes to House of Lords

The Renters (Reform) Bill has completed its passage through the House of Commons and will now be debated by the House of Lords, although no date has yet been con

Homelessness continues to rise

On 30 April, DLUHC published the latest statistics on statutory homelessness in England, covering the  Read More

Migration to Universal Credit: Update

DWP has published a detailed guide to the arrangements for the migration of customers receiving legacy benefits to Universal Credit, which will affect most recipients of legacy benefits this year.

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