Tenancy Sustainability and Communities Club

All residents need to feel supported in their tenancies, and the sector is working hard to meet their needs and show them they’re being listened to. Vulnerable tenants will often require additional support, delivered within their community. The Club will discuss best practice, innovative solutions, and key welfare reform updates.

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The Club will discuss best practice, innovative solutions, and key welfare reform updates.

At all of our Clubs, content is driven by members’ priorities and requests, truly giving you the chance to shape the agenda for the future. Between meetings you will benefit from exclusive access to a members’ forum to increase discussion and networking opportunities.

Housemark Specialist Clubs are open to both Housemark members and non-members, with discounts available for multiple places.

Our Specialist Clubs programme is back for 2024 – for more information contact helen.williams@housemark.co.uk or see the brochure linked below for dates and pricing.

You can also check out examples of content covered in 2023 below.


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“It was great listening to speakers - very topical and the discussion session was excellent. I really valued hearing from colleagues in other organisations and came away feeling reassured that everyone is working towards common goals for our customers, albeit in slightly different ways.”

Georgina Bailey-Allen Welfare Reform and Tenancy Sustainment Manager, Platform Housing Group

“The speakers were knowledgeable, the breakout rooms are always interesting and you gain an insight as to how others operate and its good to share working practices.”

Michael Lynch Interim Inclusive Comnunities Team Leader, River Clyde Homes

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