Our Group Board
Paul is a Chartered Surveyor and Chartered Builder and joined the TCH Board in October 2020 and will be joining the CWR Board in December 2020. He will take over as Chair of CWR in August 2021.
Monson Homes Ltd
Mark Dickinson (Chair)
Bob Heapy, Chief Executive
Jo Ellis, Operations Director
Colin Lissenden, Development Director
A number of committees focus on the work of specific parts of the group. These include:
The Committee is responsible for reviewing and monitoring our internal and external audits, its compliance requirements, risk management systems and internal controls, and statutory accounts and relevant accounting policies for the Group’s Companies.
The duties of the Committee relate to the composition of the TCH principal board and committees including succession planning and the review of their effectiveness.
In relation to nomination matters, the Committee:
Provide oversight on the recruitment process for TCH Board Chair and TCH Board Members and recommend the preferred candidates to the TCH Board prior to final approval by the Peabody NRC;
Make recommendations to the TCH Board on the appointment of TCH Vice-Chair, TCH Committee Chairs and the appointment to TCH Committees of TCH Board members;
Ensure and oversee the various board and committee reviews are undertaken, including an external review of Board effectiveness every three years.
Ensure that individual non-executive director skills appraisals are undertaken.
Keep under review the size, composition, competency, knowledge, diversity and membership of the TCH Board and the Committees.
Maintain the succession plan for the Chair, Vice-Chair of the Board and Chairs of Committees and Subsidiaries.
The role of the Committee is to ensure that the Group puts its customers at the heart of all it does and that the Group has policies in place to help it meet its Corporate Strategy aims of providing a choice of good quality homes and services; delivering excellent services tailored to the needs of individual residents with additional support for those who need it and supporting the development of vibrant quality homes and communities. The Committee has responsibility for reviewing the Group’s operational service delivery standards and policies relating to its core landlord services; and ensures that the Group’s resident engagement strategies that support the needs of residents.
Taking into account the TCH Corporate Plan, consider and recommend to the TCH Board (and other boards and committees as required) the Development Strategy and Asset Management Strategy
Keep under review the performance of TCH investment in new homes and development schemes, in accordance with agreed investment appraisal criteria and the progress on delivery against agreed targets
Monitor internal controls and consider changes in development risk, for referral to the TCH Audit and Risk Committee, TCH Board, the Group Audit and Risk Committee or the Peabody Board, as appropriate
These papers lay out the non-confidential Board items over a six-monthly period.