- February 19, 2007
- Posted by: R
- Category: Reports
A one year on review of the ‘BME Housing Associations and Stock Transfers’ report.
Campbell Tickell were commissioned in 2004 by the Housing Corporation and the then Office of the Deputy Prime Minister to see how Black and Minority Ethnic Housing Associations (BME HAs) could grow through stock transfers.
The project focused on four pilot areas in Bradford, Tower Hamlets, Trafford, and Wakefield, and the Campbell Tickell team worked with BME HAs in each area. The main project report and good practice guidance was published in September 2005.
This document represents a ‘one year on’ review of progress since the 2005 report was issued.
This review was first published in 2007.
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