How We Are Run
Our Board is currently made up of seven Board members, including Rosebery’s Chief Executive. The Association operates under a single status governance structure whereby Non-Executive Board Members are recruited for their skills, knowledge and experience. Board Members normally serve a fixed term of three years and can be re-elected, subject to a maximum tenure of three terms (i.e. nine years) being permitted to be served on the Board.
- The Board has responsibility for our strategic leadership, governance and performance.
- Our Board is committed to making sure that we meet the highest standards of governance and has adopted the National Housing Federation’s Code of Governance 2015 and NHF Code of Conduct 2012.
- Board meetings take place usually every eight weeks. Regular Board Away Days are held and we provide inductions, as well as on-going training to all our Board Members.
There are three Standing Committees of the Board. They are:
- Audit & Risk Committee
- Investment Committee
- Remuneration Committee
They meet regularly throughout the year.
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Our Resident Panel
Our Resident Panel are a valuable and important part of Rosebery’s governance structure. They represent our ‘resident voice’ and as part of their remit undertake an effective scrutiny role for Rosebery.
Representatives of the Panel are regularly invited to Board meetings to present their findings in this respect and a Panel Member attends our Board Meetings.
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How we are regulated
The regulator for Social Housing in England is the Regulation Committee of the Homes & Communities Agency (HCA). If you'd like to know more about how the HCA regulates social housing visit their website at www.homesandcommunities.co.uk