26 April: Regulation of Social Housing Conference
This event will explore the steps you must take to get ready for the Social Housing Regulation Bill, currently passing its way through Parliament.
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.
– 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
View the agenda and full speaker line up
For 20% discount, use code SPKR3973.
CT Director, Catherine Little, will be chairing the event.
Catherine LittleDirector, Campbell Tickell
Catherine joined Campbell Tickell as a Director in 2022 to lead across a range of consultancy projects. She is an experienced, values-driven leader, with a track record of delivering community-based housing services and putting tenant voice at the heart of decision making. Her 20 years’ experience in the non-profit sector includes time at Executive Director level, as well as extensive work with Boards to develop and deliver strategy.
She has particular experience and skills in governance, regulation and operations and is passionate about the importance of tenant voice being heard at all levels. She has worked with Boards to develop strategic thinking, including through formulating and leading Board strategy away days and horizon-scanning exercises to explore the current and future operating environment.
Catherine has worked with housing organisations and tenants nationally to improve practice around accountability and developing tenant-led assurance. She has played a leading role in supporting national tenant-led initiatives, including the Benefit to Society campaign (now known as Stop Stigma in Social Housing).
Catherine holds a degree in English, an MBA with distinction and is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Housing. She has served as a Board member for several non-profit organisations, including as a founding Board member of Oxford Credit Union, and currently as a Board member of Tpas and the National Centre for Writing.