CIH South East: The Homelessness Think Tank
About the event
Hart District Council
12.30 – Registration, lunch and networking
13.00 – Event start
15.30 – Event close
The Homelessness Think Tank is designed to help and inspire housing professionals when it comes to homelessness.
In the last year we have seen the introduction of the Homelessness Reduction Act, we will look at this context to understand the impact of this legislative change so far.
Hart District Council will talk us through their approach with reviewing their Homelessness Trailblazer project, followed by an insight into the work of leading regional charity Homeless Link. We will finally have a look into the potential future, being joined by Gen2 Smarter Property to share their innovative temporary accommodation solution which has had some excellent results so far with local authority partners in Kent.
This session is all about ideas and what you can take back to your organisation. Come and feed into the debate in this interactive session for housing professionals on a really hot topic for the sector.
Benefits of attending
This interactive Think Tank session is designed to share best practice from across the South East region around homelessness.
We will look at the following:
- lessons learnt from the Hart Trailblazer and what you can take back to your organisations
- understand some of the innovative solutions available
- get a better idea of the context in which homelessness is in currently
This event is free to attend for members and £75.00+ VAT for non-members.
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