As current amendments to Local Housing Allowance begin to take hold, and preparations are made for the implementation of Universal Credit delivery in 2013, Capita’s Reforming Housing Benefit Conference gives stakeholders an opportunity to hear from the Minister for Welfare Reform, along with leading practitioners, on their vision for the future of housing benefit. This is an essential event for all those involved in, and affected by, the current change to housing and benefit strategies.
Attend this timely event to discuss productive resolutions for financial inclusion, adapting finance strategies with changes to income streams, preventing rent arrears and promoting work-ready tenants. Strategic and best-practice-led sessions highlight key issues including the implications of Universal Credit for tenants and landlords, assisting Local Housing Allowance (LHA) claimants through the transition, exploring the vision and expectations of the recently named demonstration projects and more.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from leaders in the housing and benefit sector as well as critical policy makers from central government on how best to take the sector forward at this critical juncture.
For more information contact: Susannah Ellis - firstname.lastname@example.org / 0208 202 0571
We have been successfully delivering topical and incisive events to the public sector for over 15 years, attracting audiences from Central, Regional and Local Government, Housing, Health, Police, Education and the Voluntary and Private sectors. Supported by key government departments - including the Cabinet Office, Home Office, DCSF, DWP, Department of Health - our events keep the public sector up to date with the latest Government policy, funding and best practice initiatives.