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1 iN business for neighbourhoods The Housing Association Movement Pat Brandum Regional Chair, NHF Chief Executive, West Mercia Housing Group

2 iN business for neighbourhoods Housing Associations ,400 NHF members 1.8m rented homes 14,000 new homes built in 2002/03 Turnover of £6bn pa £25bn grant and £25bn borrowed Over 100,000 paid HA staff

3 iN business for neighbourhoods sector change programme demonstrating excellence and efficiency public policy influence stakeholder engagement iN Delivery – A Virtuous Square

4 iN business for neighbourhoods What Makes a Neighbourhood a Good Place to Live? Medical facilities5% Family or friends in area8% Leisure and entertainment9% Schools10% Transport28% Countryside/open spaces29% Access to town and shops37% Low crime38% Quiet area42% Friendly community 56% Source: ESRC: British Household Panel Study Quoted in Regional Futures & Neighbourhood Realities – part of the National Housing Federation’s iN Business for Neighbourhoods campaign

5 iN business for neighbourhoods Manifesto for Neighbourhoods

6 iN business for neighbourhoods Manifesto for neighbourhoods Sustainable neighbourhoods – a national priority … meeting aspirations … investing for success … a place for everyone … renewing our towns … supporting rural life … achieving excellence

7 iN business for neighbourhoods Sector must meet ODPM efficiency target or risk reduced investment in next Spending Round Need to balance efficiency with sustainability and diversity Need to measure and quantify quality and added value in cash terms Reduce overheads to reinvest money in frontline and iN Biz Embrace efficiency to avoid rationalisation Efficiency challenges

8 iN business for neighbourhoods ODPM efficiency targets £835m efficiency gain in 2007/8 Housing Associations contribution –£160m in new supply –£195m in savings in procurement of commodities, management and maintenance and commodities Savings measured against 03/04 baseline

9 iN business for neighbourhoods FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY

10 iN business for neighbourhoods The iN business awards

11 iN business for neighbourhoods General Election 2005 Our Messages: Our children & young people – where will they live when they grow up? People think that home ownership is a home, security, their children’s inheritance – all their eggs in one basket Government should ensure there is sufficient housing to meet the needs of all income groups We provide a range of solutions- renting, shared ownership and soon equity stakes.

12 iN business for neighbourhoods

13 The Housing Association Movement Pat Brandum Regional Chair, NHF Chief Executive, West Mercia Housing Group


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