We are holding webinars entitled 'Introduction to Local Authority Housing Finance in England’ between April and May 2020. These webinars give an introduction and overview of this important subject and are fully up to date with all developments.
There are three webinars:
Each webinar will last about an hour and costs £30 plus value added tax (a total of £36).
These webinars are comprehensive and are designed for people who are not experts in housing finance, but who need to understand the basics and achieve an overview of what is going on. They are suitable for councillors, housing managers, tenant representatives, finance staff who have limited experience of local authority housing finance and others who realise that an understanding of housing finance can place them at an advantage!
All the webinars are fully up to date and refer to the recent social housing green paper; the lifting of the ‘borrowing cap’; policy on ‘right to buy’ receipts; and setting of rents based on the consumer prices index plus 1% a year. They also address the policies of the government that was elected in December 2019.
The presenter will be Adrian Waite, who is well known for his ability to explain complex financial matters clearly. To view his biography, please click here.
It is possible to ask questions during and after the webinar. Each webinar is also accompanied by a very useful briefing paper that will be emailed to participants after it has finished alongside a copy of the presentation used. A recording of the webinar is also available after it is completed.
To make a booking, please click on one of the following links:
AWICS offers Webinars on a broad range of subjects relevant to public services, local government, housing and finance.
Whether or not you have ever attended an AWICS webinar, we would like to know about your views on webinars. We would therefore be grateful if you could complete our short survey that you can find by clicking HEREIf you would like to view an explanatory note about how our webinars work please click HERE