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From thought leadership pieces to basic training resources, our lawyers regularly produce leaflets, briefings, newsletters and brochures. Our aim is to help keep our clients ahead of the curve.

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Commercial Contracts Technology and Procurement Quarterly Brief – July 2022
Welcome to the first edition of our Commercial Contracts Technology and Procurement Quarterly Brief!
Constitutional Health Checks
We have been working with a number of our RP clients to ensure their constitutions remain fit for purpose.
Charities: Updates to look out for this year
A round-up of the upcoming developments for charities.
Code of Conduct 2022
We are pleased to have supported the National Housing Federation (NHF) and Campbell Tickell in preparing the new Code of Conduct, which was issued in May 2022.
Exempt Accommodation – in the spotlight, again
In March, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Housing and Rough Sleeping, Eddie Hughes, launched a new package of measures aimed at strengthening the regulation of exempt accommodation providers.
Changes to the Housing Ombudsman’s Complaint Handling Code
It’s been a busy few months for the Housing Ombudsman, with several new publications and reports following on from the introduction of the Housing Ombudsman’s Complaint Handling Code (the Code) in July 2020.
National Social Housing Quality Resident Panel
As part of a number of measures published at the end of March to improve the regulation of social housing, the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has confirmed plans to establish a new resident panel titled the “Social Housing Quality Resident Panel” as a means of enhancing tenant engagement.
Social Housing (Regulation) Bill
Sample draft clauses and explanatory notes of the long-awaited Social Housing (Regulation) Bill were published at the end of March. Whilst the draft legislation is not the full Social Housing (Regulation) Bill, its publication provides the sector with an insight into the legislative changes proposed.
Governance and Regulation – Quarterly D-Brief: Issue 1
Welcome to the first edition of our new quarterly D-Brief, focussing on governance and regulatory issues pertinent to registered providers of social housing (RPs)!
Is it too easy to set up a company in England?
This question was already gaining momentum amidst the scandal over fraudulent CBILs claims and write-offs when the Ukraine crisis and Russian sanctions forced questions about questionable UK companies back to the headlines.
Chairs and CEO’s – a critical relationship under the spotlight
2021 has seen the relationship between chief executives and non-executive board members of “not for profit” entities under the spotlight.
Charities Bill Update
For company secretaries looking for helpful reading in advance of this year’s “staycation”, they might consider the recently published Charities Bill 2021.