The social housing white paper: Chapter 1
Chapter 1: To be safe in your home. The long awaited social housing white paper, The Charter for Social Housing Residents, was published on 17 November—we summarise the first chapter and what this means for landlords.
The social housing white paper – an overview
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has published the social housing white paper today, focusing on health & safety and tenant empowerment. We have pulled together the key points for housing providers in this overview.
Housing case law - November 2020
Read our monthly housing case law update, which includes recent cases from courts in England and Wales that are relevant to the #ukhousing sector.
Lockdown 2—what this means for the workplace
As England enters a second lockdown, the rules relating to when an employee can/should return to the workplace are continually being updated. Government guidance issued last week has already been superseded by new versions as the situation evolves.
Video: Positive action and workforce diversity
Improving workforce diversity is high on the agenda for many organisations, with employers looking closely at how they can use the positive action provisions of the Equality Act. We answer some FAQs in this video insight.
Video: COVID-19 and staff wellbeing
With the return to homeworking, employers are increasingly considering the risk to the mental health and wellbeing of staff. We look at risk assessments and employer’s statutory and common law duty of care in respect the mental health and safety of staff.
Lessons learnt from the ICO’s data protection fine against British Airways
Private health and social care
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published its monetary penalty notice against British Airways (BA), in a sum of £20 million. We summarise the incident, the key points of the notice and what to take away.