In this article we look deeper into why mediation is now so important, the impact the pandemic has had on how to tackle ASB cases, and how a recent government whitepaper about social housing and its recent introduction of the Housing Possession Mediation Service will affect the future relationship between mediation and ASB.
It’s been a year since the first national lockdown and I’ve been reflecting on what’s been and thinking about what’s to come in the world of mediation. Find out all about the latest trends and the changes the industry has seen here. We’re also currently offering free 1-hour consultations so please contact us to book yours in!
Budget 2021 & Housing Associations: The Impact. Here we will look at the Budget from the perspective of housing associations, the potential changes the announcement could lead to in the future, and how it will impact the entire housing industry in the short term.
Here we will share an article from our partners Southway Housing so you can get the benefit of their experience on the front line of dealing with tenant disputes and an understanding of how mediation has played a key role in supporting them combat a rising number of cases during lockdown.
Here we look at the training and consultations we’ve delivered to two new housing association clients to give you a glimpse of mediation in practice. What sort of experience had these clients had with mediation before? What are the main challenges for housing associations with tenants at the moment? How has Covid-19 changed things? And following the training, how are they going to respond better to disputes that arise in the future? Here we answer these and more.
It’s been a busy year. A tough one for us all personally, but at ADR Mediation there’s been a lot of positive change happening. In this article we’re going to look at what’s changed for us in 2020, how we’ve adapted to the changing situation, and what we’ve got in store for 2021.