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Training:
Contracting for compliance
Date:
Tuesday 04 June 2019
Venue:
Anthony Collins Solicitors' Offices, Birmingham

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Contracting for compliance

Tuesday 04 June 2019, Anthony Collins Solicitors' Offices, Birmingham | Led by Andrew Millross

Top of the agenda for housing providers at the moment is making sure they are on top of compliance. This topical seminar will look at key issues in compliance contracts and cover some of the areas that aren't often talked about. 

Topics covered will include:

  • Criminal and civil liability for organisations and their board members and officers;
  • Regulatory risks and implications;
  • Contracting for compliance – what’s different about compliance contracts and how they should be drafted;
  • Recovering costs from leaseholders and previous contractors; and
  • Contract management and emergency procurement.      

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Contact numbers and enquiries

For enquiries, please contact Nasreen at 020 8274 4000 or email nhmf.co.uk/contact/

Training details

Training:
Developing strategies to improve stock energy performance
Date:
Wednesday 25 September 2019
Venue:
30 Euston Square, London, NW1 2FB

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Developing strategies to improve stock energy performance

Wednesday 25 September 2019, 30 Euston Square, London, NW1 2FB | Led by Chris Newman

The Government is considering introducing minimum energy performance standards across social housing, with a view to as many as possible being upgraded to EPC C by 2030 where practical, cost-effective and affordable. 

This seminar will look at how housing associations can start planning cost-effective compliance now, by looking beyond the limited measures recommended by an Energy Performance Certificate and taking a whole-house view over the long-term. 

The session will be led by Chris Newman, Commercial Director at Parity Projects & Richard Brooks, Partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors.

Attendees will learn:

  • Why energy efficiency makes sense for social housing
  • How housing associations can use their stock data to understand the potential of their homes, going far beyond the recommendations of an EPC
  • Different approaches to implementing those findings over time by taking an integrated approach to design, including heating, ventilation and insulation
  • State aid rules applying to support for energy efficiency measures
  • How to ‘read’ a contract from an energy company and identify the major risks
  • The applicability of the Public Procurement Rules to works funded by third parties and energy companies.

The session will include case studies from different housing associations, opportunities to share experience and learning; and lessons from a range of property types.

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Contact numbers and enquiries

For enquiries, please contact Nasreen at 020 8274 4000 or email nhmf.co.uk/contact/

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