In response to the Covid-19 crisis, HACT has collated data on people at-risk in England and is making it available to the sector for free.
We’ve been hearing from numerous housing associations about the initiatives they’ve been taking since the Covid-19 crisis began. Here is an inspiring example from Clarion Housing Group.
HACT and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) launch a new report on the use of randomised control trials (RCTs) in driving evidence-based service design in the social housing sector.
In the light of government advice, we will be working remotely for the foreseeable future.
HACT is delighted to announce that Preston-based housing association, Community Gateway, has signed up to the Board Charter for Community Investment.
HACT is delighted to announce that Anastasia Odugbesan has joined the Board of HACT.
HACT is delighted to announce that Barrhead Housing Association, is the first social housing organisation in Scotland to sign up to the Board Charter for Community Investment.
A warm welcome to Gentoo, who have signed up to support the development of v4.0 of the UK Housing Data Standard, and are working on the development handover use case.
HACT is delighted to announce the launch of a research project with Peabody and Network Homes around measuring the customer experience.
HACT is delighted to announce the kick-off meeting for the development handover data standard that will form a key part of v4.0 of the UK Housing Data Standard.