Birmingham Social Housing Partnership (BSHP) brings together housing associations working within Birmingham to ensure a strategic approach to housing and provide a forum for sharing of ideas, issues and best practice, as well as a co-ordinated forum for discussion and partnership working with Birmingham City Council.
What does BSHP stand for?
BSHP stands for Birmingham Social Housing Partnership (UK)
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- Bachelors of Science in Human Resources Management
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- Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
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The Birmingham Social Housing Partnership is a collective of housing associations operating in Birmingham and works in partnership with the city council and other key partners in addressing housing need and developments are not undertaken in isolation.
None of this would be possible without the support of partners in the region, and we continue on behalf of our members to work closely with the city council and Birmingham Social Housing Partnership to ensure the delivery of much needed affordable housing.