executive management team

 

Geraldine Howley, Group Chief Executive

Geraldine was appointed to her current post of Group Chief Executive on 24 February 2003. She has a BA Hons Degree in Housing, is a MRICS Chartered Surveyor and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing.

Geraldine is a Board Director of the Northern Housing Consortium, and a member of the National Housing Federation’s Yorkshire & Humberside Regional Committee. Locally, Geraldine is a member of the Bradford District Partnership, Chair of the Bradford Housing Partnership and Chair of the Stronger Communities Partnership.

 

Jez Lester, Assistant Chief Executive Asset Management

Jez joined the company in 2003 and was appointed to his current post in January 2007. He has a wealth of experience in the areas of finance, housing management, strategy, regeneration and asset management.

Jez has responsibility for the Asset Management function which includes our multi million pound improvement programme, maintenance programmes, regeneration initiatives, new build projects and the management of our in-house repairs, maintenance and refurbishment service.

 

 

 

Adrienne Reid, Assistant Chief Executive Neighbourhood Services

Adrienne joined Incommunities on 8 September 2008 moving from the 1066 Housing Association in Hastings. She is a member of the Institute of Housing and holds a professional housing qualification. She has broad and significant experience of the housing sector.

Adrienne has responsibility for the neighbourhood service, looking after customer tenancies and providing support for more vulnerable customers, the legal service responding to Anti-Social Behaviour, the housing access and advice service – dealing with homelessness and allocations and the estate teams providing cleaning and some aspects of grounds maintenance.

Greg Robinson, Assistant Chief Executive Resources

Greg joined the housing group in 2004 moving from Craven District Council, to take up the post of Head of Business Services for Bradford Building Services and then as Director of Buildingservices. As its Director he has overseen a transformation in Incommunities’ repairs service. This has included setting up a one stop service centre which handles around 13,000 calls a month and introducing an appointment system for customers.

Greg, who is a fully qualified accountant, currently has executive responsibility for finance, legal and governance, ICT , HR services and a scrutiny role for the organisation’s business development. Greg has extensive experience and a strong track record in finance and operational management and delivering effective customer services.