Insight and Events

For social landlords who need to improve spend performance and efficiency, our total procurement solution delivers cashable and non-cashable savings through category expertise, supply chain management and end to end contract support.

Here at PfH, we offer an end to end support solution for all of your procurement needs. Encompassing a diverse range of frameworks, consultancy, technology and energy services we provide a bespoke level of service for each of our Members based on their individual needs and expectations.

The new normal in social housing procurement

Increased regulatory and financial constraints on local authorities, such as social rent cuts of 1% each year from 2016-2020, and welfare reforms mean that housing associations need to find ways of stretching their budgets to meet the need to build new affordable housing.
3rd July 2018/by Amy Dean

Notice for our Members

As you are aware, new data protection legislation is due to come into force on Friday 25th May 2018, which aims to protect the privacy of all EU citizens and prevent data breaches.
24th May 2018/by Amy Dean

Recruitment in the social housing sector?

15th May 2018/by Amy Dean

Inprova Team Project South Africa 2018

Inprova Group supports the Footprints Foundation in South Africa, and are sending out a team of volunteers.
10th April 2018/by Amy Dean

Procurement v asset management: The road to reconciliation

Steve Malone, MD at PfH discusses how procurement and asset management can and must become a complementary pairing if housing organisations are going to deliver on their business plans.  
7th February 2018/by Lucinda Wood

Four key factors to consider in an asset management review

Mike Williams has spent his career working in asset management for different housing associations, local authorities and contractors. He’s now using this insight in his role as PfH’s relationship manager (asset management). Here he explains how to structure an asset management review – a process that’s key to improving value for money.
5th February 2018/by Lucinda Wood