Brent Housing Partnership appoints new chairwoman
Joanne Drew has taken over from Kathy Ellison who stepped down last month
Brent Housing Partnership has appointed a new chairwoman for their management board.
Joanne Drew has been named as the successor to Kathy Ellison who held the position since BHP was established in 2002.
She stepped down last month.
BHP, an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO), manages the council’s 13,600 homes and 300 of their own properties.
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Ms Drew, who will hold the position for three years, has a wealth of experience in the housing sector including in-depth knowledge of ALMOs.
She had previously acted as the lead advisor to Brent Council in establishing BHP.
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Ms Drew said: “BHP has achieved brilliant results through its close partnership with tenants and Brent Council and I am looking forward to being part of such a dynamic ALMO.
“We are committed to working in new ways and are confident that we can rise to the challenges ahead and continue to serve tenants in Brent.”
Gerry Doherty, chief executive of BHP, said: “I look forward to working closely with Ms Drew and dealing with the challenges in housing for the benefit of Brent residents.”