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We are committed to making a positive difference to people’s lives by providing good quality, affordable homes.
We care about our customers, defined as anyone who touches our business in any way and at any time. Our values include a performance culture focusing on:
Our Board is currently made up of seven Board members, including Rosebery’s Chief Executive. Rosebery 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 meet regularly throughout the year. They are:
Value for Money (VfM) means managing our resources economically, efficiently and effectively to provide quality services and homes – put simply it is business efficiency. We measure VfM in the context of meeting our objectives.
We aim to fulfil our objectives by implementing the strategic direction outlined in our Corporate Plan with each reflecting our vision ‘To make a positive difference’.
VfM is embedded in all that we do. We evidence savings and staff are encouraged to challenge established ways of working to inspire savings.Value for Money Policy
There is a greater emphasis on VfM, due mostly to the need to stretch significantly reduced public funding, so that development can continue and the provision of affordable housing can continue to grow. In the current economic environment of increasing costs of funds and the impact of the proposed welfare benefit reforms, VfM has a crucial role to play in enabling development to continue, and to improve service standards for our customers so that they receive VfM for the rent they pay.
The Regulator of Social Housing is responsible for regulating social housing. If you’d like to know more about how the Regulator of Social Housing operates, please visit their website.