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Welcome to the learning4housing blog. I will be posting my thoughts and opinions on a range of issues facing the social housing sector. You are more than welcome to post your comments, whether you agree or disagree on the points. The aim here is to stimulate some debate on these issues, whether they are about current government policy or about best practice in housing management or strategy.

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Wednesday, September 8

Welcome to the learning4housing blog!

Welcome to my new blog. Learning4Housing is a new(ish) concept of mine, which is aimed at providing good quality training and learning experiences for people working in social housing. I hope that this blog will make sure that the learning does not end at the end of the training day. I will aim to continue to provide additional learning points, discussions, information, links etc. relating to the topics that are important to the social housing sector. There seems to be something new everyday, whether it is about new regulation frameworks, amended allocation policies, or changes to the financial system for supporting landlords and tenants. More than ever, we need to be on the top of our game if we are to provide the best quality services for the people we serve. This blog will hopefully provide a forum for debate and discussion, which will allow us to learn new things and to perhaps consider different views and perspectives. Please feel free to contribute as often as you wish. Suggestions for blog topics would also be gratefully received.

David Wardle

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