Spectrum Housing Group’s Chief Executive to Step Down
Published by Tina for Spectrum Housing Group in Housing
The Chief Executive of Spectrum Housing Group, Wayne Morris is to step down from his role later on this year, following his decision to retire.
The south coast based housing association is one the leading providers and developers of affordable housing in the south with over 18,000 homes in ownership. It also provides maintenance and facilities services to a further 35,000 homes through its maintenance contracting arm Spectrum Property Care Ltd.
Mr Morris, who started his career as a graduate entrant to the Housing Corporation in 1974 has been Chief Executive of Spectrum since its establishment in 2007 through merger of the former Signpost and Spinnaker Housing Groups. He was previously Chief Executive of the Spinnaker Housing Group.
Spectrum Group Chairman, Richard Organ said: "Wayne has given nearly 25 years of unstinting service to this organisation and its predecessors. He is fundamentally responsible for its ethos energetic customer service, with residents at the heart of everything we do. He has patiently progressed overall amalgamation of the group in recent years, which has and will unlock valuable savings to re-invest just at the moment our communities need it most. I wish him a happy and fulfilling retirement on behalf of the whole Group."