Paul has been Chief Executive with North Wales Housing since November 2000. In addition to a spell with Telford Development Corporation, Paul’s career has also included working in Wrekin, Chester, Delyn and Conwy. For 2007-08 Paul was elected President of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).
Paul has served on the National Council and has been a CIH Cymru Board member for some years. An original member of the HouseMark Validation Panel for good practice and CIH Cymru representative on the Essex Programme Board, Paul is now helping to deliver change in a strategic regeneration area as a member of the North Wales Coast Partnership Board.
Paul is the housing representative on the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Stakeholder Reference Group and has been appointed external examiner for housing by the University of Ulster.
Paul has spoken at housing events throughout the UK and internationally.
Yvonne Wilkinson has been with North Wales Housing since 1991 and has been the Resources Director since 2001. She is responsible for the Finance, Personnel, Business Improvement and IT functions of the organisation.
Prior to joining North Wales Housing she has had experience in banking, manufacturing and local accountancy practices.
Yvonne is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
I joined North Wales Housing in April 2007 to take up a newly created role of Business Development Director. The purpose of the role was to lead the Development team and achieve an increased development programme in terms of social housing grant secured, numbers of units produced across a range of types of provision and across a wider geographical area. We have now successfully established Domus Cambria, our trading company to develop non grant funded schemes. My area of responsibility has changed over the last three years and now includes Asset Management and my job title has been updated to Places Director, following a review of the senior management structure.
I am a Corporate Member of the Chartered Institute of Housing having completed a Housing Studies Professional Diploma through Sheffield Hallam University. My overriding purpose is to ensure we maximise the benefits of all the projects we undertake to the wider communities in which we operate.
Jude has worked as a Director for NWH since March 2004, and has had a variety of responsibilities during that time. She is currently responsible for the delivery of services by the General Housing, Supported Housing and Older Persons teams.
Prior to moving to live and work in North Wales, Jude worked for Local Authorities in West and North Yorkshire, and also worked in a challenging role managing the provision of housing and support services for asylum seekers dispersed by the Home Office across West Yorkshire and Humberside.
Jude has been a member of the Chartered Institute of Housing since 1990.