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In November 2019, we published version 3.2 of the UK Housing Data Standards, featuring use cases for care and support, income collection and asset maintenance.
In January 2020, we started working on the development handover data standard use case, working with OSCRE and numerous partners, including Home Group, Hyde, L&Q, Thirteen, Gentoo, B3 Living, CHP, Linc Cymru, MTVH, Network Homes, LB Camden, Lewisham Homes, Yorkshire Housing, Morgan Sindall and SDS.
Over 850 organisations have downloaded the UK Housing Data Standards and over 230 have informed us that they are implementing them in their business.
To find out why the time is now for data standards, here's a short comment piece from Dr Rob Wray, HACT's Chief Innovation Officer.
2.30 Welcome - Dr Rob Wray, Chief Innovation Officer, HACT
2.35 An introduction to version 3.2 of the UK Housing Data Standards: what’s in it, and how it can help your business - Chris Lees, Technical Director, OSCRE
2.55 The care and support data standard in action: how it works, and looks, in practice - ECCO
3.15 Meeting the challenges of the Hackitt Review: the development of the development handover data standard - representatives from Hyde, L&Q, CHP and Camden Council, chaired by Rebecca Rees, Partner, Trowers & Hamlins
3.45 Meeting the challenges of the Hackitt Review: the development of the complaints data standard (and what's next for the UK Housing Data Standards) - Jay Saggar, Digital Lead, HACT
4.00 Lightening pitches (two minutes each) from a selection of software companies using or planning to deploy the UK Housing Data Standards
4.20 How to implement the data standards: where, how and what to avoid (panel discussion) - representatives from Sovereign, MTVH (tbc), ValleysToCoast (tbc) and OneManchester (tbc), all of whom have experience in implementing the UK Housing Data Standards, who will be answering these four questions, and taking questions from the floor, including
- Where have you implemented the data standards?
- What have the challenges been?
- What have you done to overcome them?
- What words of advice / lessons would you have for those about to implement the standards?
5.00 Networking and drinks