Don’t miss out on one of the final places to attend HouseMark Scotland’s ‘First Class Governance’ event on 22 May at the Wheatley Academy, Glasgow. The innovative, one-day seminar is suitable for delegates from both local authorities and housing associations and will explore what first class governance really means in today's increasingly challenging environment for social landlords following the launch of the new revised and refreshed Scottish regulatory framework.
An impressive line-up of speakers from both in and out-of-sector experts includes:
The programme includes sessions on housing regulation and governance in a new age, supporting strategic decision making and practical planning for first class governance. The full programme can be viewed here.
Speaking about the event, Head of HouseMark Scotland Kirsty Wells said: “With an increasingly challenging environment for social landlords and more emphasis on how organisations prioritise new build, investment in current assets and customer service, the need for strong governance is clear. There are rapidly evolving issues around the world of corporate governance, and housing providers should look to what high performing sectors and organisations are doing to ensure they are fit for the future.
“The programme brings together an excellent line-up of speakers, allowing delegates to learn from in and out-of-sector best practice to take back to their organisations. “
To find out more about the event and book your place click here.
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