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Practical lessons in crisis management and disaster recovery

Victoria Jardine and Tim Coolican examine the social housing crises that may emerge post-pandemic and how housing associations can develop effective strategies to deal with them.

As the UK’s social housing sector recovers from the initial Covid-19 outbreak and lockdown, now is the time to focus on the challenges that may emerge next. This includes a backlog of compliance issues, which under normal circumstances would be seen as major failings. Victoria Jardine and Tim Coolican examine the crises that may emerge post-pandemic and how housing associations can develop effective strategies to deal with them.

About the speakers

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Victoria Jardine

Victoria is a member of a team at Anthony Collins Solicitors that delivers corporate, governance, regulatory and charity law advice to housing associations, charities and not-for-profit businesses.

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Tim Coolican

Tim is a Partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors and leads the firm’s Regulatory Team. His work predominantly relates to advising and representing clients in the Health and Social Care and Social Housing sectors.

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