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Asset & Maintenance

Asset management professionals have a critical role to play within a housing association. You’re at the forefront of delivering key government initiatives on decarbonisation and building safety, and you need to meet the expectations of your board, leadership team, the Regulator, Ombudsman, investors, and other stakeholders.

All of this means that asset teams are more accountable than ever before, while juggling the competing demands of ensuring effective control of operations, maintenance and repairs. Not to mention demonstrating that you have strategic oversight of decision-making and a clear understanding of your housing association’s assets and liabilities.

This year’s Asset Management and Maintenance Conference and Exhibition will give you the tools to stay ahead of the governments new regulations, inform you of the latest strategic thinking, and equip you with the best practices to manage the everyday demands of your role.

There has never been a more critical time to discuss, think and act on asset management and maintenance – join us in Coventry on 12-13 October 2022.
 
You can find Ventro at Stand 3. 
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