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Developments in Local Authority Housing Finance in England

In-House Training

Aim

This session looks in depth at current developments in local authority housing finance in England – especially the implications of the outcome of the 2017 General Election, the Housing White Paper, the Autumn Statement of 2016 and the Budget of 2017, the implementation of the Housing & Planning Act 2016, changes to the funding of supported housing, the vote for Britain to leave the European Union, the affordable housing programme, the public finances, welfare reform, rent reductions, service charges, issues around the reinvigorated ‘right to buy’, sale of high value properties to fund the extension of ‘right to buy’ to housing associations and new development.

Content

The session addresses the following questions:

  • What is the Political, Economic, Social and Technical Context?
  • What are the implications for local authority housing finance of the new government’s policies on housing and welfare?
  • How, and to what extent, will the Housing & Planning Act be implemented?
  • How can councils develop effective self-financed business plans?

The session is accompanied by a very useful book for future reference: 'Developments in Local Authority Finance 2017'

Outcomes

Delegates will leave with an understanding of recent developments in Housing Finance, government requirements and targets.

Who Should Attend

All those with an interest in developments in local authority housing finance in England, including Managers in Local Authorities and Arm’s Length Management Organisations, Elected Members, ALMO Board Members, Housing Accountants and Tenant Representatives. The session will assume a basic knowledge of local authority housing finance but will not assume that delegates are experts.

If you want to be up to date with the world of local authority housing finance, this is the seminar for you!

Next Steps

For further information about an in-house session of 'Developments in Local Authority Housing Finance in England' please contact Adrian Waite on 017683-51498 or adrian.waite@awics.co.uk

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Our in-house training sessions are delivered at the client's premises or another venue arranged by the client.

All our in-house training sessions are tailored to the needs of the individual client. This includes using local data to illustrate the points and emphasising matters that are of interest locally.

Most of our in-house training sessions are for a day, but there are half-day and evening options available.

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For more information about in-house training or to arrange a session, please contact Adrian Waite at 017683-51498 or adrian.waite@awics.co.uk

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