Event Summary

Attend this half-day conference in London to explore the steps you must take to get ready for the Social Housing Regulation Bill, currently passing its way through Parliament.

How should small and large social landlords be preparing for new regulations? What can you expect from a new consumer inspections regime?

With new expectations for services, a greater voice for tenants, regular consumer inspections of social landlords and stronger powers for the RSH, the legislation heralds significant change for sector.

Action will be required to improve and evidence the quality of housing stock and housing services.

Join us to hear from the Regulator as they gear up for the new regime. What are the next steps for implementation and new consumer Standards?

A senior-level panel of speakers will explore the themes for the new consumer standards: safety, quality, neighbourhood, transparency, engagement and accountability. Understand how others are targeting investments and leveraging current funding opportunities to ensure compliance in building safety, energy efficiency, and repairs.

Gain insights to create and evidence a positive impact for tenants. Explore the role of board members, councillors and senior leadership in creating culture change. Review the fundamentals of your services to harness best practice, and deliver and maintain homes of appropriate quality.

Join us in central London to meet your colleagues, participate in discussions and hear from industry stakeholders. You will leave the conference with an understanding of how to get ahead of regulations and tackle common challenges.

Key Points

  • Practical guidance to prepare for the new Regulatory regime
  • Review the impact of the upcoming regulation on different types of providers
  • The role of governance and leadership in shifting towards proactive service improvements
  • Understanding new forms of engagement and how to measure impact for tenants
  • Ensuring housing is safe and decent
  • Using data to evidence compliance and identify areas for improvement