In an increasingly complex and difficult operating environment, collaboration between smaller housing providers has never been more important.
This inaugural meeting will seek to discuss how a ‘smalls governance and regulatory’ network could offer syndicated support to the sector across a range of legal, operational and best practice areas.
Please do join Devonshires, Gatenby Sanderson and the CIH to be part of the discussion.
- Key challenges for the small housing providers sector;
- Common themes in relation to recurring support requirements;
- Approaches being taken towards the adoption of a Code of Governance, upcoming legislative and regulatory changes for Consumer Regulation, decarbonisation and the environmental, social and governance agenda; and
- Our suggested targeted offer for the sector and feedback on this.
Rose Klemperer, Solicitor, Devonshires
Rose is a senior Solicitor in our Banking, Governance & Corporate team based in our Birmingham office. She primarily acts for housing associations and community led housing providers across England and Wales on matters ranging from incorporation and registration as a social housing provider through to partnership working and joint ventures. She advises on new group structures, strategic governance, board and executive training, governance reviews, co-operative and community benefit society law, general company law, charity law and regulatory queries, alongside drafting governance documentation.
Zoe Wortley, Board Advisory Partner, Gatenby Sanderson
Zoe heads up our Board Advisory team, ensuring that we are able to support our clients in reviewing their governance arrangements and getting the best out of their boards. Zoe works with organisations across a range of sectors including housing, education, health, not for profit, financial services and central government to evaluate governance effectiveness and support organisations who are seeking to review their governance structures.
James Prestwich, Director, CIH