London, United Kingdom, April 15, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- With the spotlight focussed on how the Welfare Reform Act is being implemented, Capita’s National Housing Benefit in Scotland Conference is ideally timed to provide guidance on changes to the housing benefit system in Scotland.
Attend to understand the imminent implications, timetable for implementation and explore innovative measures to help reduce the impacts of the Act.
With the introduction of Universal Credit from October 2013 and direct payments, it is vital to learn how to increase security of income for landlords and reduce the risk of rent arrears. This timely conference will help you gear up for the transformation in housing and gives you practical tips on how to support the most vulnerable during the challenging times of change.
Featuring key expert speakers, this event includes an update from the Department for Work and Pensions on the delivery of the Universal Credit, strategies for reducing the risk of unmanageable debt and the work of the Housing Benefit Stakeholder Advisory Group in easing the transition to the new benefit system.
This is an ideal forum to address the key challenges in implementing the reforms. Don’t miss this crucial housing event to ensure that you have the right tools in place to define solutions at the outset.
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