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Advance notice for spring 2022

Plans are currently underway to host the 2022 WFF Annual Conference, restrictions on public gatherings allowing. Updates and further information will be available later this winter as plans come together.

On-line Masterclass: Tenancy Fraud Awareness


18 January 2022 — 12:30 to 15:30



  • 12:30pm Welcome and Introductions (5 mins) — led by Paul Cunningham, WFF Chair
  • 12:35pm Session 1 (20 mins) What is tenancy fraud and how to raise awareness — led by Stephanie Toghill, Vice-Chair of the Tenancy Fraud Forum and Housing Investigations Manager for RBKC.
  • 12:55pm Session 2 (30 mins) What is the value of tenancy fraud and does is matter? — led by Alan Bryce, Non-Executive Director of the Tenancy Fraud Forum and Author of the Protecting the Public Purse reports.
  • 13:25pm Session 3 (30 mins) Best Practice Session — partnership working led by Nick Jennings, Head of Service of Shared Anti Fraud Service.
  • 13:55pm Open Forum (40 mins) Where do we go from here? — an open discussion led by Paul Cunningham, WFF Chair.
  • 14:35pm Round up and close — led by Paul Cunningham, WFF Chair.


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You can also read more about the topic in this recent article published during Charity Fraud Awareness Week How much does tenancy fraud cost us all – and what will drive all social housing providers to play their part in the fight against such fraud?



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