HACT features as a case study in this report from the Building and Social Housing Foundation.
Following the success of our joint Housing and Community Empowerment conference with the Third Sector Research Centre in June 2011, we’ve published a range of resources for housing providers to learn from the event.
HACT welcomes the announcement today of Andrew Stunnell MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at DCLG, that £100 million of funding is to be made available to bring empty properties back into use.
The fundamental elements of a good life – relationships, purpose and community – are denied to many millions of people, especially those vulnerable and marginalised individuals and groups who are excluded from the societies in which they live.
HACT and TSRC have released a think piece on the role of social housing providers in the context of 'Localism' and the 'Big Society'.
Findings from ‘Together for Communities’ pilot projects may help to shape new partnership models.
Over 20 housing providers have been involved in the Reach In project: from East Thames to Bolton at Home. We asked some of them about the benefits of the scheme.
Everyone’s talking about the ‘big society’ but what does it mean for social housing providers, asks Heather Petch, Director of HACT.
Sarfraz Hussain, HACT Projects Director, explains how migrants will struggle to learn English in the face of cuts to language courses.