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How housing helps tackle health inequalities across Wales

How housing helps tackle health inequalities across Wales

A secure, appropriate, affordable home is a key determining factor in a happy and healthy life, writes Sarah Scotcher

Grow your knowledge by booking onto one of our events

Grow your knowledge by booking onto one of our events

To access member discounts (where applicable), you'll need to register an account, even if you had an account on our old website.

Training: 4402 - An Introduction to Governance

January 20, 2022 @ 9:30am 2 x 3.5 hour sessions Online

This course will provide learners with the basics of good governance practice whilst helping them identify the skills, knowledge and experience they can bring to the role of Board member.

Member Price

£125

Non Member Price

£185

Training: 4432 - Introduction to Housing Associations

January 24, 2022 @ 9:30am 2 half day sessions Online

Staff or committee members who have recently joined a housing association can find the wide range of policies, regulations and jargon a minefield. This course will help to simplify the role of and activities carried out by housing associations, as well as de-mystifying some of the jargon.

Member Price

£125

Non Member Price

£185

4430 - Lies, Truths and Statistics

February 2, 2022 @ 9:30am 4 hours Online

Every statistic tells a story but is the story you are being told the truth? In a world where it is easy to drown in data and information, knowing what is important and whether it is accurate is more important than ever. This workshop gets behind the headlines and provides the key skills to better understand the data and statistics you see everyday.

Member Price

£125

Non Member Price

£185

4431 - Essential Digital Competencies & Digital Resilience

February 3, 2022 @ 9:30am Full day Online

We are living in an increasingly connected world with access to friends, professional networks, content, software and services, hitherto unimagined, all available with the click of a few buttons. This one day programme delivered online will provide key insights into how the Internet and digital technologies are evolving and how these technologies can be used personally and professionally for benefit.

Member Price

£125

Non Member Price

£185

CHC's Virtual Reputation and Relationship Conference 2022

January 26, 2022 @ 9:00am 1 Day Hopin Virtual Conference Platform

Through this conference we will explore the issues impacting on and driving the reputation of housing associations and our relationships, and equip our audience with tools to tell their story to their audiences that matter most.

Member Price

£170

Non Member Price

£170

Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference 2022

February 16, 2022 @ 9:00am 2 days Online

Building on the successful two-day wellbeing conference run last year, we will be looking at the impact that Covid has had on our wellbeing and people strategies going forward.

Member Price
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£255

Non Member Price
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£300

CHC's Governance Conference 2022

March 25, 2022 @ 9:00am Virtual Conference Platform

This year’s Governance Conference is built around the seven principles of the Code of Governance. After a time of change and upheaval, we want to focus on supporting housing associations to deliver the core principles of good governance. We want to celebrate our differences and what brings us together as a sector

Member Price

£140

Non Member Price

£270

Spotlight session: Pathway to board

January 24, 2022 @ 11:00am
Member Price

Free

Meet our people

Meet our people

We are a dedicated staff team who work together to enable our members to be brilliant.

Meet our members

Meet our members

Our members are independent, not-for-profit organisations who strive to deliver affordable housing to meet demand while investing in communities.

What we’ve been doing…

£327m invested into developing new homes in 2017/18, a rise of almost 7% from 2016/17

5% increase in turnover for the sector, with £445m of that invested back into regeneration throughout the year

The sector now owns and manages 162,439 homes

Housing Associations in Wales directly spent £1.2bn in 2018, of which 84% was retained in Wales

The indirect supplier effect meant the total contribution to the economy was over £2bn

Housing fixed asset levels, before depreciation, are now shown at £7.4bn, a 7.2% increase from 2017