social housing

Six tips to harness LinkedIn for your communications
Six tips to harness LinkedIn for your communications
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Improving the use of your own communication channels is one of the biggest issues we have been working with clients on in the past couple of years. Whether it is your organisation’s website, social media or face-to-face events, these opportunities...
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Five different ways housing associations can use Twitter
Five different ways housing associations can use Twitter
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Five different ways housing associations can use Twitter As an Account Executive at See Media, the first thing on my to-do list when I arrive at my desk each morning is to monitor media coverage and Twitter activity on behalf...
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Why Barnet tenants backed HA in estate regeneration ballot
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Although the week has been dominated by Brexit, from a housing perspective, the news of the first successful estate regeneration ballot in London is worth rescuing from beneath the deluge of EU-related headlines.
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Four reasons why Theresa May’s appearance at the NHF Summit was a good thing
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The speech given this week by Theresa May at the National Housing Federation’s Summit has provoked a host of reactions from housing professionals – many of them negative. Was it a cheap stunt? Was it nothing more than just platitudes?...
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What the Green Paper means for social housing
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Communities Secretary James Brokenshire launched the long-awaited Social Housing Green Paper The Social Housing Green Paper may well mark a seminal moment in the English housing sector. However, this may perhaps be more for what it ushered out than what...
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Conference, housing and *cough*
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A speech marred by ill health, rogue comedians and stage errors – this will be the conference speech that Prime Minister Theresa May will want to forget. Frustratingly for the party, this should have been a good speech – promises...
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NHF conference 2017: best bits from Birmingham
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1. Sajid Javid walks the rents tightrope The Tuesday morning speech by the Communities Secretary at the National Housing Federation Annual Conference was the talk of the ICC for the rest of the two days in Birmingham. The launch of...
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