Governance & Corporate Structure

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Governance & Corporate Structure

Housing & Care 21 has adopted the NHF Code of Governance

A formal assessment of Board effectiveness was last carried out by Campbell Tickell in November 2015. The assessment concluded that the Board was effective and discharged its governance duties robustly. The report noted that ‘there is a strong level of depth and diversity in the Board, and a threshold of proficiency and competence across the Board team.’

In preparation for the recruitment of new board members, the Board in 2017 carried out a detailed skills review with an external assessment was carried out which ensured that levels of proficiency and competence across the Board have been maintained.

The performance of the Board, committees and its members are appraised annually on both an individual and collective basis.

Housing & Care 21 operate through a simple and transparent corporate structure.

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Board members and Executive team


The Regulator of Social Housing (RoSH) Judgements

RoSH rating – December 2016

The Regulator of Social Housing (RoSH) affirmed Housing & Care 21’s top regulatory grading.

Governance Rating – G1 – means the provider meets the regulator’s governance standards

Viability Rating – V1 – means the provider meets the regulators’ viability standards and has the financial capacity to deal with a wide range of adverse scenarios.

 

RoSH rating - May 2015

The Regulator of Social Housing (RoSH) awarded top regulatory grading to Housing & Care 21 in May 2015.

Governance Rating – G1

Viability Rating – V1