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Archive for: April, 2018

To UBI or not to UBI?

After a significant shift in opinion, the TAI 2018 audience ended up split down the middle after the Welsh Housing Quarterly debate on universal basic income (UBI). An online poll showed 49 per cent of people agree with the principles… Read more »

My reflections on the HSA

Steffan Evans looks back at a conference bringing together housing practictioners and researchers and forward to TAI 2018. Earlier this month I attended my first ever Housing Studies Association (HSA) Annual Conference in Sheffield. The theme for this year’s conference… Read more »

New issue of WHQ out now

The Spring issue of WHQ is winging its way to readers and will be online this week. The focus is firmly on housing and young people but we also have an interview with housing and regeneration minister, a look forward… Read more »

Aiming for a balanced view

The true performance of organisations can only be judged over the long term, says Antonia Forte. I once caught an interview (think it was on Radio 4’s Law In Action) in which a British human rights lawyer explained why he… Read more »

Confidence and trust

Building and retaining trust in the services of housing organisations is more important than ever in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire, says Judy Wayne. Governance after Grenfell was the title of the annual Altair/Devonshires seminar, which took place… Read more »

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