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Managing Social Housing Case Studies

Below you will find some good practice examples of approaches to key housing management issues.

Making sure tenants are given the best possible service is at the heart of what registered social landlords do. This includes allocating and letting accommodation, addressing tenants' concerns, responding to complaints and tackling anti-social behaviour. Tenant involvement is a key part of establishing and maintaining settled, inclusive and viable communities, while in certain circumstances specific action will be required to help families at risk of homelessness.

Managing Social Housing – A young person makes a new start with help from Bron Afon Community Housing

12/05/14
This case study from Bron Afon Community Housing shows how young people can turn their lives around when they are given the right support.
 

Managing Social Housing – a young person rebuilds her self-confidence with help from Bron Afon Community Housing

12/05/14
This case study from Bron Afon shows how young people can turn their lives around when they are given the right support.