New CEO for social landlord
Published by Max Salsbury for 24dash.com in Housing
Social landlord bpha has announced the appointment of a new chief executive.
Kevin Bolt has been the housing association's interim CEO for the last three months and was heavily involved in its successful £200 million public bond issue in April.
bpha chair, Stephen Hallett, said: “I am delighted that Kevin has agreed to join bpha. The executive search process brought forward many excellent candidates; the board had been impressed by the leadership shown by Kevin over the last three months, by Kevin’s vision of the way forward for bpha and were unanimous in recommending his appointment."
Mr Bolt said: “bpha is at an exciting stage in its development and has many strengths to build upon. I am really looking forward to working with all my bpha colleagues to deliver much needed affordable new homes and to provide great service to all of our customers."
bpha manages more than 17,000 homes for rent, sheltered, residential care and shared ownership across the home counties and London.
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