Asset Management, Maintenance and Development

Our communities of practice are a group of like minded professionals that work (or have an interest in) an area of housing practice.

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About

Effective asset management is a vital function for the housing sector. This community of practice enables members to come together and share best practice in delivering productive, positive services for your communities.

This community of practice explores the practice and strategic approaches to ensure that you are delivering the best services for your communities.

 

Key Content

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Zero Carbon and its impact on asset management

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The key drivers for the future of strategic asset management

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Using IoT to aid asset management

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Stock condition surveys and beyond

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Taking a fabric first approach to retrofit

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Passivhaus in the social housing sector

Services

Publications and reports

Voids as a Result of Outstanding Meter Works

Outcomes of a survey of members related to voids that are empty as a result of works outstanding to a power meter by a utility

Member Query – Right First Time Recording and Monitoring – July 2024

Responses received to a recent member query on Right First Time recording and monitoring. July 2024.

Harnessing Scotland’s Social Housing Expertise – CIOB 14th May 2024

Jocelyne Fleming, Public & Policy Affairs Officer from the Chartered Institure of Building identifies barriers to the widespread uptake of retrofit projeects within the social housing sector.

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