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    TAI 2018: All of us

    Presentations @ TAI 2018

    TAI 2018 took place on 24 - 26 April 2018 at SSE Swalec, Cardiff.  Here you can find downloadable copies of the presentations from the event:

    Adrian Burke, First Choice Housing Associaion - Closer to Home

    Anne Vorre Hansen, Roskilde University, Denmark - Developing tenant democracy

    Ben Proctor, Satoria Lab - Data and data infrastructure

    Catherine May, Tyfu Tai Cymru

    Chris Moore, The Clink - Rehabilitating ex-offenders through employment and skills development

    Elfed Roberts, Pobl Group - Homes as power stations

    Gavin Smart, Chartered Institte of Housing - The 300,000 - Making it happen

    Julia and Anthony Houlston-Clark, Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership - Restorative approaches in housing

    Mark Harris, Home Builder's Federation - A view of the sector in Wales

    Mark Roberts, Barton Wilmore - A strateic view of planning in Wales

    Mark Thompson, St Helen's Primary School - Leadership in education - supporting children to thrive

    Mark Watt, South Wales Fire and Rescue - Fire safety in high rise buildings

    Naheed Hussain, Welsh Government - Rent to own

    Paul Edwards, HouseMark - Value for money

    Rebecca Mollart, Erosh - Addressing isolation and loneliness among older people

    Review Together Team Members - Shaking the pop

    Roger Scully, Wales Governance Centre - Public attitudes to social housing in Wales

    Ruth Davies, Charter Housing (Pobl Group) - Digital communications

    Sam Lister, Chartered Institute of Housing - Universal Credit and Housing Benefit update

    Sarah Vining and Nazia Azad-Warren, Tai Pawb - Open Doors Project

    Susanne Mathissen, Capital Law - GDPR summary and key principles

    Tamsin Stirling - Making youth homelessness everybody's business

    Victoria Winckler, Bevan Foundation - Universal basic income