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Rising Stars 2018: the Twitter chat

This afternoon our 10 Rising Stars hopefuls took your questions in an hour long Twitter chat. Here is a selection of just some of your many tweets and the candidates’ answers.

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Rising Stars - relive our #CIHRisingStars twitter chat #ukhousing

There are 10 housing sector hopefuls in the running for Inside Housing’s and the Chartered Institute of Housing’s prestigious Rising Stars award.

Task three of the competition, today, saw the candidates take questions from housing’s finest using the hashtag #CIHRisingStars

The chat included questions about: housing policy, social purpose, what they would do if they were prime minister and about what animal they would be and why.

Below is a selection of the many tweets.

To read more about the 10 candidates and to cast your vote, click here

The chat was eagerly awaited…. The first question came from CIH Futures chair, Elly Hoult, and was about tackling stigma: Another CIH Futures board member, Neil Goodrich, asked the candidates to name one thing they want to see in the Social Housing Green Paper: Amy Nettleton wanted to know, what excites our candidates about working in the β€˜awesome’ social housing sector: What is the impact of having younger board members?: Advice for people starting their housing career: How best to boost tenant engagement? Who is social housing for?: If you were UK housing minister, what would you do first?: How to avoid working in silos: Who inspires our candidates both in and out of the sector?: And finally, a slightly different question from our digital editor, Carl Brown, was enthusiastically taken up by the candidates:
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