Our governing Board is responsible for agreeing the strategic direction of the Association.
It sets the Association’s values and standards and monitors the extent to which we are achieving our high level aims and ambitions. It is also responsible for ensuring we fulfil our legal responsibilities and meet the expectations of our Regulators including the Scottish Housing Regulator.
There are 12 places on our Board. Board members all give their time on a voluntary basis, receiving no payment with the exception of travel expenses and some subsistence for training events. They bring considerable knowledge and expertise from a variety of different backgrounds and receive full induction when elected and make a commitment to ongoing training and development. Our Board membership is currently sitting at 100%. When a vacancy arises, we will provide further information on our skills gap and recruitment process here
Annually each Board member will receive an appraisal which will review the skills and knowledge they bring to the organisation as well as highlighting areas for continuous improvement.
Rena is awarded her British Empire Medal June 2015