On 4 June, we hosted a webinar Meeting the Challenges of the Hackitt Review: the development handover data standard.
Here's the introduction to the event.
The following video includes:
An overview of the development handover data standard: Chris Lees, Technical Director, OSCRE
Building safety and the UK Housing Data Standards: an interview with Melissa Dillon, Head of Resident Safety, Engagement & Strategy, LB Camden, and member of the Early Adopters Group
The work of the development handover project group: an interview with Lesley Addison, Senior Data Structure Manager, Thirteen Group
Why L&Q got involved: an interview with Johnny Furlong, BIM Strategy Lead, L&Q
Panel discussion, chaired by Rebecca Rees, Trowers & Hamlins LLP, featuring Melissa Dillon (LB Camden), Johnny Furlong (L&Q), Barry McNulty (Hyde), Victoria Wass (CHP), Chris Lees (OSCRE)
If you want to find out more about how you can get involved in developing the UK Housing Data Standards, or how HACT can support you in implementing data standards into your organisation, please contact Rob Wray.
Be part of the next version of the UK housing data standard
We are currently looking for social housing organisatoins to invest in the development of version 4.0 of the UK Housing Data Standards, which is focusing on development handovers and complaints.