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Thrive Homes will be co-hosting a Breakfast Seminar on 20th September with Campbell Tickell to launch The Thrive Deal - a new service model developed by Thrive Homes.  

Taking inspiration and learning from commercial organisations, Thrive Homes, working closely with Campbell Tickell, have designed and implemented a radical new service model which:

 -Clarifies what is offered to customers and what is asked of them in return

 -Creates new digital customer journeys

 -Implements demand reduction strategies

 -Delivers a simplified, de-layered, outward-facing new staffing structure

At this seminar you will learn more about:

1. How the model works

2. How the business case was formed and support built

3. How to set your sights high and avoid diluting your ambitions

4. How to take your best staff with you as the service changes radically

5. How to maximise efficiency savings


Time: 8am to 9am

Date: Wednesday 20thSeptember

Venue: Soprano Room, Hyatt Regency Hotel Birmingham 2 Bridge Street B1 2JZ

Places are very limited.


icsh logoThe theme for the 2017 Biennial Social Housing Conference is ‘Social Housing -The Next Phase. Scale | Innovation | New Housing Choices’. This reflects the need to drive forward the delivery of social housing to the scale and extent that will provide homes to a growing number of households in housing need. The conference is set in the context of the review of the Government’s Action Plan for Housing and Homelessness, Rebuilding Ireland, after one year of implementation. CT will be sponsoring the Wednesday evening drinks reception.  Click to find out more

NIFHA-Logo-from-08-in-JPEG-format-LIThis year's event will deliver a series of keynote presentations and panel discussions on the key strategic issues that will be impacting on the social housing sector over the next 12 months including:
- The Challenges of delivering Universal Credit
- Where from here for Supporting People?
- Transformation in practice: the digital evolution and the structural evolution
- Developing new homes in times of uncertainty
- Leading growth and excellence
- The changing face of PR and communications in housing
- Housing safety, accountability and regulation: what board members need to know

CT will be sponsoring the lunch.  Find out more

CrisisA JRF and Crisis sponsored event to explore lessons learned from Place Making work around Poverty and Homelessness. The day will have two key themes and will explore new approaches around employment, poverty and ethnicity and housing and homelessness as two key components in achieving inclusive growth and ending homelessness.  CT's Associate Director, Maggie Rafalowicz, will be speaking on a panel discussion about Housing and Homlessness. Find out more.


In-depth Assessments (IDAs) have been with us for more than two years. More than 90 resulting regulatory judgements have been published, with two thirds receiving the top grades. The NHC and Campbell Tickell, would like to invite you to this practical seminar exploring many aspects of the IDA process, including lessons learned, stress testing, risk appetite and much more. This will be led by CT Director, Sue Harvey, who has helped more than 40 organisations prepare for an in-depth assessment  Click here to book


Housing 21

Housing & Care 21 is joining forces with the University of Birmingham to host The Future of Social Housing conference, aimed at bringing together professionals and academics to discuss the future of social housing.  

CT Partner, Greg Campbell will be chairing the session: 'Digitally enhanced housing for older people’. Find out more.


SH Annual Conf 2017CT will be attending the Social Housing Annual Conference. Look out for our stand and delegates. Find out more here

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