In 2017, BT announced that they will be switching off their long-serving analogue telephone network (PSTN) and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) network by 2025, moving to a digital (IP) network ready for the future. But what does this mean for housing providers?

James Kane, national account manager at Bristan, discusses the five things to consider when making a bathroom more dementia-friendly in social housing.

I believe that there are many similarities between HR and procurement. Whilst HR manage and procure people within an organisation, procurement deal with the multifaceted layers of people involved in the supply chain, amongst these layers should be a procured compliant route to market to enable successful recruitment to take place within an organisation.

Understanding spending behaviour can often be the first step in creating a procurement environment which is strategic in nature

As tenants gain greater understanding and involvement, more detailed questions may emerge around the governance of their landlord’s asset management processes.

Businesses have never been under more pressure to run cleaner, more cost-effective vehicles, but with rapid advances in technology and products, switching to electrification has never been easier.

As manufactures make it more and more difficult to keep your items for the long term, how can social housing providers make the most of their money rather than following the false economy of consistently buying and replacing?

The PfH & KTP partnership has helped PfH to automate the categorisation of purchases made by PfH members, drilling right down into their spend data.

As fuel prices have risen for what is now the thirteenth week running and show no sign of slowing down, it’s at times like these that it can feel impossible to reign in the cost of running a light commercial vehicle fleet.

With the social housing sector one of the most vulnerable to currency volatility, and to an uncertain investment and operating climate, supply chains must be optimised to reduce the risks of Brexit next March.