This guide is intended for all those involved in developing and implementing asset management strategies within social housing. It focuses on the key aspects that need to be addressed, and looks in detail at some of the important emerging issues.
15 September 2011
As well as landlords managing and maintaining quality homes, active asset management will be an increasingly important aspect of running their business, achieving their aims and maintaining their values as a social enterprise.
Another key driver is the need to improve the energy efficiency and sustainability of existing stock as an integral aspect of asset management, to reduce both carbon emissions and fuel poverty among tenants.
This book focuses on the key aspects that need to be addressed, and looks in detail at some of the important emerging issues.
- Author: Mervyn Jones, Mark Lupton, John Kiely, Peter Rickaby
- Number of pages: 168
- ISBN: 9780862975692
- Publisher, year: National Housing Federation, 2011
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