Leroy

Resident in Willesden

I have been in social housing since 2005 with St Mungos, Willesden Free Churches Housing Association and in 2010 I moved across to saha. I am chairman of Harlesden Town Team. We have over 2000 members, and I sit on 2 boards, am a member of 3 forum groups and sit on 3 government committees. I also promote peer to peer support in Brent.

Why I got involved in the T4R Panel:

I got involved in the T4R Panel because I think that by looking at how saha works, we can bring our life experience to the governance of saha and actively improve the services for us, the residents, today and also for future residents. I enjoy every minute I spend with the team.

Scrutiny inspection:

We chose the areas we wanted to scrutinise in the fist year. Following the work we have done so far, I have been impressed with the response from saha.

Leroy

Resident in Willesden

Other SAHA Team Members

Peter Taylor

Board Member

Peter has worked in construction since leaving school, gaining experience with John Laing Construction, and rising to senior management positions with Laing Homes and Lovell Partnership. He has a Salvation Army background and is passionate about the work and ministry of the Army. He was appointed to the saha Board in December 2015.

Paul Phillips

Interim Chair of the Board

Paul has been the senior finance professional at a number of Registered Providers over a 40 year career. Until his retirement in July 2021, he was the Chief Financial Officer of Notting Hill Genesis and before that of Notting Hill Housing Trust.

Paul joined the saha Board in December 2020 and chairs the Board on an interim basis.

Sean Hughes

Executive Director of Operations

Sean has worked in housing for close to twenty five years and in that time he has held a number of senior strategic and operational roles in housing associations and local authorities.
Sean joined saha in 2019 and in his role as Executive Director of Operations, Sean leads the full range of operational services with responsibility for health and safety compliance, planned maintenance, repairs, property management including disposals and leases, housing management of our general needs, supported and agency managed housing provision, allocations, income recovery, customer services and resident involvement."

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