including 'Pay to Stay'
Webinar - Monday 14th November 2016 at
In its July 2015 budget the government announced new policies for social rents including 1% annual reductions and market rents for tenants with high incomes - 'pay to stay'.
These ‘reforms’ will have a significant effect on the business plans of both housing associations and local authorities. In
This webinar will examine the government’s proposals in detail and consider all the implications for housing associations and local authorities and the options available for managing those implications.
The webinar will address the following issues:
Who should attend?
All those with an interest in housing association or local authority housing in England, including Managers in Housing Associations, Local Authorities and Arm’s Length Management Organisations, Councillors, Housing Association and ALMO Board Members, Housing Accountants and Tenant Representatives.
The webinar will start at
After the webinar attendees will be provided with a copy of the presentation used and a briefing paper.
Price £40 plus value added tax, total £48.
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Flats in Edmonton owned by Enfield Council. All rents will be reduced apart from where tenants are considered to be on high incomes where they will be increased.
This webinar has now been held. If you would like to enquire when an update will be held, please contact Adrian Waite at email@example.com or 017683-51498.
Further information about Social Rents
For further information about our seminar 'All You Want to Know about Local Authority Housing Finance' please click HERE
For further information about in-house training in local authority housing finance, please click HERE
For further information about in-house training in housing association finance, please click HERE
For further information about our publication 'Right to Buy Extension, Sale of High Value Council Homes and Rent Reform' please click HERE
For further information about management consulting advice and assistance, please click HERE
To view and download copies of the 'AWICS Housing News' please click HERE
To view and download briefing papers on local authority housing finance, please click HERE
To view and download briefing papers on housing association finance, please click HERE