Scottish Housing Association Finance

Webinar - Thursday 13th October 2016 - starting at 2.00pm

This webinar gives an introduction and overview of housing association finance in Scotland and is fully up to date with all developments.

The webinar will answer the following questions:
  • What financial environment are Scottish housing associations working in?
  • How do the finances of Scottish housing associations work? (including income & expenditure accounts, rents & service charges and the financing of development programmes)
  • How is the development of new social housing funded?
  • What are the financial opportunities and threats facing Scottish housing associations?

This webinar is suitable for people who are not experts in housing association finance, but who need to understand the basics and achieve an overview of what is going on. It is suitable for board members, housing managers, finance staff, tenant representatives, members of the finance team with limited experience and others who realise that an understanding of housing finance can place them at an advantage!

The presenter will be Adrian Waite who has experience in the finance of housing associations in Scotland.

The webinar will start at 2.00pm and last for between 1½ and 2 hours.

Price: £40 plus VAT, total £48.

After the webinar attendees will be provided with a copy of the presentation used and a briefing paper.

For more information on how our webinars work please click HERE

To make a booking please click here:

Information Note:

This webinar has now been held. If you would like to enquire when an update will be held, please contact Adrian Waite at or 017683-51498 or 07502-142658.

More information about Scotland:

For more information about in-house training in Scottish Social Housing Finance, please click HERE

For more information about our Scottish publications, please click HERE

For more information about our publication 'All You Want to Know about Scottish Social Housing Finance' please click HERE

To view a copy of the 'AWICS Scotland News' please click HERE

To view briefing papers on Scottish issues, please click HERE

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