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William Plowden Fellowship lecture 2013
 

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Bringing real localism into practice through co operative housing governance. The role and prospects of community-led housing in England.

Bringing real localism into practice through co operative housing governance. The role and prospects of community-led housing in England.

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  • Additionallly:Missing management and governance competence can lead to reputational problems among necessary partners such as housing associations, local councils or government.Knowledge transfer between the coop sector and newer community-led fields is not happing as it should in the fields of management and governance competence.There is some small scale funding now available for the sector. Rather the problem is that government bodies do not know how to reach out to the relevant target groups.This is exemplified by the case of HCA in the West Midlands which tries to reach out to local groups but has a slightly reserved approach.Behind this approach seems to be the lack of clarity on the governments’ side about their own approach.
  • The members of the MHG don’t know about each other’s work in too much detail but show respect and appreciate mutual support (Interview Bliss). Although the CCH supports “new coop models”, it also highlights the differences to its sector (Interview Bliss).
  • Privileged position to assess the continities and changes as part of largest group of scholars focused on third sector all busy exploring and critiquing the big society discourse
  • Privileged position to assess the continities and changes as part of largest group of scholars focused on third sector all busy exploring and critiquing the big society discourse
  • Specific industry structure advantage for non-profit sector