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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.

New Government, New Housing Minister

Matthew Pennycook, MP for Greenwich and Woolwich, has been appointed Housing Minister in the Labour Government elected on 4 July.  DLUHC will

Regulator and Housing Ombudsman issue new Memorandum of Understanding

The Regulator of Social Housing and the Housing Ombudsman have issued an updated Memorandum of Understanding setting out how

First RSH Regulatory Judgements published

On 9 July, the Regulator of Social Housing published its first judgements on ho

Local Authority Claims Harvesting Survey

Claims harvesters have become increasingly prevalent in the social housing sector over the last few years

ARCH Tenants Group Conference 2024 - open for bookings

Working with tenant representatives and officers from Stevenage Council, the ARCH Tenants Group is delighted to bring back their annual tenants conference this year, to be held at the New York Sta

ARCH Community Champion Awards

The ARCH Community Champion Award recognises the dedication, willingness, inspiration and devotion that our tenants freely give to others, and it

Reminder -ARCH Webinar - 24 June – Implications of the Procurement Act 2023

The Procurement Act 2023 is about to revolutionise the regulations that govern how the public sector spends money, with significant implications for the way that councils contract for goods and se

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