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2015 AGM

11 November: 5:15pm - 5:45pm

Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, Stansted Airport, Waltham Close, Essex, CM24 1PP

Annual Report

Eastern 2015 AGM 2nd Notification papers

 2014 Annual Report/Review

 Event Presentations

CIH Eastern region paper on the impacts of the Housing and Planning Act

 Lunch & Learn, Housing Law Update May 2016

Gail Sykes, Partner Buckles Solicitors LLP

Eastern Policy Event, Housing and Planning Act - 8 June 2016

Terrie Alafat, chief executive, CIH

Stephen Flowitt-Hill - Director of housing and finance Saffron Housing Trust

Stephen Hills - Director of housing South Cambridgeshire District Council

Maggie McCann - Development director, Orbit East & South

Eamon Lally - Principal policy adviser Local Government Association

Alison Inman - Chair Broadland Housing Association Vice-President, CIH
John Dagg Barrister

'Welfare reform - what next' - CIH Eastern region lunch & learn good practice sessions - February 2016

Gary Vaux, Money advice unit, Hertfordshire county council

Paul Brooks, FIAS, Suffolk county council

Timetable of changes

Help in cluttered homes lunch & learn 14 September 2015

Matthew Morris, Stepping Stones Community

Legal update lunch & learn - May/June 2015

Gail Sykes, Head of Housing Law at Buckles Solicitors

Tenants' repairs and maintenance lunch & learn - 28 May 2015


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Octavia Hill's Birthplace House

Octavia Hill, social reformer and founder of the National Trust was born in Wisbech. Her birthplace has been transformed into a museum run by a very enthusiastic group of volunteers. Anybody working in social housing should visit the Birthplace House in order to appreciate where it all began. More details can be found here.