HouseMark is the data-driven solutions provider for the housing sector. We deliver data-driven insights, answers and solutions that drive performance improvements in your organisation. Working with the UK housing sector for over 20 years, we are supporting 80% of landlords to improve their performance, save money, evidence decisions and accelerate change.
One of the ways we offer support is through our Specialist Clubs programme.
Our Clubs provide the perfect platform for professionals from across the housing sector to join a network that lets them access best practice, the latest thinking and unique networking opportunities. Our Clubs inspire, excite and let housing professionals innovate in their organisations. Across a range of topics relevant for housing professionals today, our Clubs allow you to explore new ideas, learn from our expert speakers and your peers, and give you the chance to discuss both the strategic and operational details of service delivery and improvement.
Each Club meeting includes a fantastic line-up of in and out of sector experts and is managed by a dedicated Club manager. New speakers are selected for every Club meeting to introduce new and emerging topics, so every meeting feels different.
Specialist Clubs are open to HouseMark members and non-members. Find out more about each of our Clubs below.
View our Scotland Specialist Clubs.
Join HouseMark and gain access to one of the sector’s largest member communities and all the know-how, data and tools within it.
As a member, you can access a range of tools included in the cost of your subscription. Explore our tools to see how we can add value.
Join our high-quality events that address housing's pertinent issues; featuring inspirational speakers and experts from in and outside the sector.
The January issue of our Data Analysis Bulletin is now available
We would like to send best wishes to all of our members, customers and partners this festive season.
In October, we delivered HouseMark’s 10 Days of Data - a series of virtual bitesize events that explored the value of data in a way not seen before in the social housing sector.