The Four Million Homes Programme
The Four Million Homes programme, funded by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC), has been designed to be a catalyst for change in social housing; providing free training, knowledge and guidance on resident rights and how to stand up for them. The Four Million Homes website provides guidance to residents from:
- a local authority
- a housing association
- a co-operative
- shared ownership
- Webinars – sign up for our upcoming webinars or watch past events
- Training events – sign up for our upcoming face-to-face training events
- News – watch for more news items coming soon
- FAQs – find out the answer to your frequently asked questions
Face-to-face training sessions
Bookings are now open for their FREE face-to-face training sessions which will run over the next two years.
These not only help to deepen your understanding of your rights as a resident of Barnet Homes or Opendoor Homes but are also a great way to meet other social housing residents in your area, and a first step towards forming a residents’ group to engage collectively with your landlord. Places are limited, so it’s important to Book now.
All training sessions are accredited as part of the Chartered Institute of Housing recognised programme.
Future training sessions in the programme will include:
- Resident Panels
- Running Effective Residents Associations
- Social Housing Legal Requirements
- Social Housing Regulatory Requirements
- Understanding Landlord Financial Models
- Options For Resident Control
Register onto the Four Millions Homes mailing list to receive regular information and details of future training dates