Housing Partners

Housing Quality Network partnership with Housing Partners

Housing Partners and the Housing Quality Network (HQN) are delighted to announce their official partnership, commencing February 2020.

Housing Partners has been serving the social housing sector since 2001 and combines social and commercial strategies to deliver solutions for social housing providers and those they serve. Working in partnership with over 700 Registered Providers, they are proven experts in turning innovative ideas into effective solutions with a passion for delivering pioneering products for a joined-up approach to allocation & tenant management.

The ideal partner, HQN provides high-quality advice, tailored support and training to housing associations, councils, ALMOs and other housing providers. Lesley Westwood, Director of Finance at Housing Partners elaborates:

“We are excited to be working with HQN, with its trusted, innovative, knowledge based, best practice network, HQN is the perfect partner for Housing Partners. As a genuinely Agile software solution provider, Housing Partners must get as close as possible to the day to day challenges of practitioners if we are to deliver real value. Working with HQN gives us the best opportunity to bring our skills to bear and serve the social housing sector.”

As an organisation with a strong record of partnering with those working in the social housing sector, Housing Partners are delighted to be joining forces with HQN. Housing Partners is an organisation rich in data and as such, the opportunity to partner with HQN, a network with a proven history in research and analysis, is extremely exciting, not only for those involved, but for the sector as a whole.

Jon Land, HQN’s head of business development echoes this sentiment:

“At a time when technology and data has an increasingly significant role to play in driving change and delivering improved services, HQN is delighted to be working with Housing Partners, one of the leading software companies serving the social housing sector.”