Initial Review of the Housing Conference 19th October 2018 Training Determining the Person Having Control of an HMO 15th October 2018 RIAMS Only a few days to go… 11th October 2018 Training HMO Licensing, Online Reporting Systems and so much more 11th October 2018 RIAMS NEW HHSRS Worked Examples Coming Soon! 10th October 2018 RIAMS Two weeks to go until our Making Housing Healthier Conference! 2nd October 2018 Training A Big Thank you for the User Group Support   26th September 2018 The Noise App Plug Budget Gaps and Improve Business Support 25th September 2018 RIAMS Appealing Against a Final Civil Penalty Notice 19th September 2018 RIAMS Making Housing Healthier Conference: Have you Booked Your Place? 13th September 2018 Training The Noise App in the News 11th September 2018 The Noise App New SRS Module Now Available: Trading Standards Assured 10th September 2018 RIAMS Attention Food and Feed Subscribers - Your Feed Content has Moved 4th September 2018 RIAMS Welcoming our Summer The Noise App Subscribers 4th September 2018 The Noise App Start your free Trading Standards Trial Today! 3rd September 2018 RIAMS Underage Belly-button Piercing in London - A Strict Liability Offence 30th August 2018 RIAMS Solving Noise Nuisance in the Midlands 23rd August 2018 The Noise App Have you seen the latest Housing Digest? 22nd August 2018 RIAMS Review of The Noise App User Group Rushcliffe Borough Council 15th August 2018 The Noise App Review of The Noise App User Group Exeter City Council 9th August 2018 The Noise App

RHE at Scotland’s Housing Festival

6th March 2018 The Noise App

On 26 - 28 February, Jonathan Williams, sales and support manager, and Michael Fennessy, sales and support, exhibited at the Chartered Institute of Housing event, Scotland’s Housing Festival 2018, which was being hosted at the EICC in Edinburgh. 

Jon and Michael highlighted our two apps at this event, The Noise App and The ASB App. Over 140 organisations subscribe to The Noise App from across the UK, including local authorities and housing associations and it has been used in court multiple times to support the more traditional investigation methods.

The ASB App, while still under development, will be released later this year and has been designed to allow easier reporting of anti-social behaviour issues and submit these complaints with photographic evidence. You can follow the developments over on our twitter page @theasbapp.

Speaking of how they found this event, Jon said: “Aside from the Arctic conditions, the event was great for networking with councils and housing associations in Scotland along with listening to some very interesting speakers”.

We look forward to attending this event and future CIH events.

Words by Kalia Wright