The CQC will conduct reviews on a monthly basis of all of the information they hold about services and will use these reviews to prioritise its activity.
Partners, David Alcock and Sarah Patrice, have been involved in reviewing the new Code of Governance for community-led housing, published on 21 May 2021 by the Confederation for Coop Housing. The code will help enable community-led housing organisations to govern themselves well and give the assurance that communities, funders and (importantly) the Regulator of Social Housing need.
As the code itself explains, good governance is about defining and reviewing:
- what an organisation is; what is it there to achieve? what is its mission? what are its vision and values?
- the structures, standards, policies, strategies and financial and other arrangements which will result in the organisation achieving its aims;
- the risks that might prevent the organisation from achieving its aims.
David Alcock said:
"Good governance makes good business sense. It is about organisational vision, mission, clarity of purpose, control and effectiveness. The new code will help community-led housing organisations achieve those things, and we are delighted to have been able to contribute."
In June 2021 the Education and Skills Funding Agency ESFA issued its annual update to their Academies Financial Handbook. The purpose of this briefing is to summarise the changes and any particular ac
From 30 September 2021, the costs of issuing certain applications in the Family Court will increase, following the implementation of the Court Fees Order.
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Must a defended possession claim at first hearing be adjourned with directions?
Thomas Starkey has been recruited to help lead Anthony Collins Solicitors housing practice, with the remit of growing ACS’ Manchester office and property team.
The monthly round-up from the Anthony Collins Solicitors charities team.
Since GDPR has come into effect, many companies have struggled to comply with GDPR. In this ebriefing, we look at the shocking data breach at Hackney Council.
The High Court has ruled that retrospective changes to the LGPS exit credits regime were lawful – and gave some helpful guidance around the new discretion to pay an exit credit.
The Government has brought forward draft laws to allow independent schools to close the Teacher’s Pension Scheme to new joiners but to allow existing members to continue.
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