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The Chartered Institute of Housing is the independent voice for housing and the home of professional standards
Keynote: Challenges and solutions regarding housing allocations and homelessness for the new UK government
Preventing unlawful use of bed and breakfasts’ for families
Opening up Housing Options for all young people – the ultimate in youth homelessness prevention
Strategies for preventing homelessness
Domestic abuse – a housing issue?
New models in temporary accommodation and prevention
Social housing mobility - promoting mobility amongst existing tenants
Better together: Sub-regional approaches to meeting housing need.
Championing the PRS for single homeless people
Keynote: Getting it right- dealing with homelessness and allocations fairly against the background of rising demand, pressures from the Courts and less money to run services: Top 5 do’s and don’ts.
Keynote: Housing case law update
Improving hostel accommodation and facilities
Help for Single Homeless’ programme - good practice on improving coordination of services
Using the social impact bond to deliver long term outcomes for rough sleepers
Young people, prevention and options
Training frontline staff: Developing essential skills and knowledge for prevention and options services
Households place in temporary accommodation out of the borough Conference
Local connection and community contribution
Who is eligible for housing?
Keynote: Welfare reform, Universal credit and 12 billion pound more of welfare cuts – The impact on services and the homeless into 2016 and beyond
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