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  • 13th November 2019

    Monitoring affordable homes alpha Show and tell Sprint 3

  • Our team this sprint

    Daria Kwiatkowska

    Service designer

    Jack Ricketts

    Product owner

    James Darling

    Developer

    Alex Yedigaroff

    Transformation

    manager

    Gaz Aston

    Lead Designer

    Adam Duell

    User researcher

  • ● Alpha overview ● What we have done ● What’s next ● Questions

    Today

  • How might we get clear, accurate and live data on affordable housing?

  • ...in order to track the properties through their entire lifespan, to increase the provision of homes for Southwark residents

  • Alpha to build and test a minimum viable product for monitoring affordable homes

  • ● 2 Oct - 16 Oct ● 17 Oct - 30 Oct ● 31 Oct - 13 Nov ● 14 Nov - 27 Nov ● 28 Nov - 11 Dec

    5 sprints

  • Sprint 1 Sprint 2 Sprint 3 Sprint 4 Sprint 5

    Goals

    Set-up the project, communicate our aims and test our existing concepts

    -Develop interfaces for internal users

    -begin collection of historical data

    -map the necessary process changes

    -Develop interfaces for external users

    -test approaches to reporting and visualising data

    -Develop change history for pre and post completion

    -import historical stock and test processes for new stock

    -Test the end to end MVP

    -agree procedure and date for launching service

    Outputs

    ● Governance set up ● Tech stack set up ● Comms plan ● User research plan ● Testing feedback ● Plan for obtaining

    historical data ● High-level user

    journeys

    ● Interfaces for entering details at planning stage

    ● RP engaged ● Service blueprint

    showing process changes

    ● Interfaces for external users to enter address information

    ● User needs and requirements for reporting and internal data needs

    ● A service that can report on the accurate position of existing stock

    ● Processes agreed for new developments

    ● Service

    ● Service assessment ● An MVP service for

    new developments ● Recommendations

    for next steps, including using external sources for monitoring change

    Note: Sprint goals and outputs to be refined and agreed during sprint planning

  • Sprint 3 goals - Develop interfaces for external users - Test approaches to reporting and

    visualising - Develop change history for pre and post

    completion

  • Design review

  • Core service aims

    1. What affordable homes have been agreed?

    2. Have developers delivered what was agreed? 3. What happened to the affordable homes after they

    were delivered? 4. Can we monitor all affordable housing?

  • We cannot do 4 without doing 3 first...

  • However, we do think we can provide a live service that answers each question in order

  • Current level of refinement

    1. What affordable homes have been agreed?

    2. Have developers delivered what was agreed?

    3. What happened to the affordable homes after they were delivered?

    4. Can we monitor all affordable housing?

  • Makes all this possible in the future:

    ● Verifying tenancies and ownership ● Tracking landlords ● Monitoring and enforcement of airbnb rentals ● Non-affordable housing

  • Usability testing

  • Testing data entry

    1. Enter real data into the system

    2. Understand how long it takes 3. Identify any usability issues 4. Feed into the development cycle

  • Development work

  • Coding in the open

    https://github.com/ dxw/affordable-housing-monitoring

  • https://github.com/dxw/affordable-housing-monitoring/commits/develop

  • Open Source contributions!

  • ● Developer response form ● Dwelling Reference ID

  • Alpha prototype

  • Registered providers

  • Understanding the data

    ● Sample data from Peabody

    ● Dummy data to illustrate data fields from their systems

    ● To understand how housing enters and exits the cycle

  • What’s next

  • Research priorities for next sprint

    ● Explore multi-phase developments and offsite provisioning with the

    Strategic Applications Team

    ● Ongoing work with Peabody to assess audit capability and data entry

    ● Affordable homes secured outside of S106

    ● Information for S106 officers

    ● Evaluate the proposed process with Street Naming and Numbering,

    and potentially Building Control

  • Development priorities for next sprint

    ● Develop connecting multiple legal agreements to one development

    ● Tenures/products

    ● Search

    ● Changelog microcopy

    ● Add real user accounts

    ● Statuses and flows

  • Thank you!

    Questions?