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Regenda Homes talks about the future of housing

Regenda Homes took to the stage at the Future of Housing event on Tuesday 12 March 2020, to talk about their plans to install smart sensors to social housing properties.

The event saw industry leaders in the housing sector come together to share best practice in the supply of high quality, affordable homes.

Regenda Homes is investing in sensor technology with a view to improving services to residents, reducing call outs and making significant savings in responsive repairs costs per year.

Nina Peters, Director of Business Transformation at The Regenda Group, discussed how remote home sensor technologies are revolutionising the housing management landscape and how they can be used in other home maintenance areas in the future.

Nina said: “I am very excited to showcase the ambitious transformation programme of Regenda Homes. We are introducing innovative digital customer platforms to improve the customer experience and deliver significant efficiency savings for our business and our tenants.”

Nina joined The Regenda Group in 2017 and is responsible for the Group’s transformational activities, including business intelligence, performance management, customer feedback, policy and research, programme management, communications and marketing.

The Regenda Group were approached by the event organisers to speak after winning the HQN Housing Innovator Award in May 2019.

Craig Round, Business Analyst in the Business Transformation Team, was also speaking at the event about what Regenda Homes are doing with data management and business intelligence with a focus on how IOT (Internet of Things) makes a difference.

Craig Round giving a speech on behalf of Regenda Homes at the Future of Housing event

The event explored the latest policy updates on the UK housing sector, including reactions to and consequences of the Social Housing Green Paper which covered five core themes: tackling stigma and celebrating thriving communities, expanding supply and supporting home ownership, effective resolution of complaint, empowering residents and strengthening the regulator and ensuring homes are safe and decent.


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