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30 November 2020 | Podcasts | Article by Richard Macphail

Dedicated Social Housing podcast series launches – HJ Talks About Social Housing

Last week, we hosted HJ Housing Week, a week-long series of free online events, podcasts, videos and blogs focusing on Housing Management, Development, Finance, HR, and Health and Safety amongst others – with guest speakers from organisations including Community Housing Cymru, Gambit Corporate Finance and Knight Frank. The week saw the launch of our dedicated podcast series, HJ Talks About Social Housing. The first series centres around the topic, ‘Focus’ and in line with HJ Housing Week, ‘bringing you clarity & focus during an uncertain time’.

The seven episodes in the first series tackle subjects including dealing with contractors, remote working, GDPR, defending disrepair claims, holding AGMs virtually, access for repairs, Japanese knotweed and the affordability of capital works for leaseholders.

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Dedicated Social Housing podcast series launches - HJ Talks About Social Housing

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Author bio

As Head of Social Housing and Partner in the Commercial Property team, Richard acts for a wide range of clients and advises on all aspects of commercial property law in both private and public sectors. He is known for quality of service and his ability to apply technical legal expertise with a practical and commercial focus.

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