Meet the Board

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Group Board

Joined: July 2008

Peter is a solicitor whose last role before retiring was as Director of Tourism and Leisure for Conwy Council. He had previously been Assistant Chief Executive at Clwyd County Council. Amongst a number of voluntary roles that Peter has carried out, he is the Chair of the Trustees of the Welsh Mountain Zoo. Peter became Board Chair in July 2011.
Peter Gibson
Chair of Group Board
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Joined: July 2002

Lynne has many years' experience within the housing sector, having developed and managed housing services in her previous roles with North Wales Housing and Shelter Cymru, establishing provision for marginalised groups such as prison leavers in conjunction with HMP Altcourse. As a private landlord accredited to provide quality HMO accommodation, she has experience of managing student, professional and family lets. Lynne also manages self-catering holiday cottages. Having recently qualified as a yoga teacher, she is now planning to develop a business within the community.
Lynne Parry
Chair of Landlord Services Board
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Joined: July 2014

Sally was the Director of Modernisation and Well-being at Denbighshire County Council from 2001-2014 and has extensive experience of working in local government. She is a member of the Public Services Staffing Commission, appointed by Welsh Government, and recently chaired the Strategic Improvement Steering Group advising Welsh Ministers on implementation of aspects of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act and the new Regulation and Inspection of Social Care (Wales) Act. Sally is a volunteer adviser for Denbighshire Citizens Advice.
Sally Ellis

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Joined: June 2013

Arthur is the former Rector of Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Staffordshire, where he was responsible for the town centre parish of St Giles, the Civic Church, and also the rural parish of St Thomas, Butterton. He was employed for many years within the local authority Social Services sector and was a Director of the Beth Johnson Foundation, a charitable trust aimed at improving the quality of life for older people. He has a wealth of experience in the voluntary sector and is a Trustee/Director of Conwy Citizens Advice Bureau and Chair of the Colwyn Bay Heritage Group.
Arthur Creber

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Joined: July 2009

North Wales Housing initially co-opted Marion Pryor to its Audit Committee in 2006, before she became a full Board member in July 2009. She is currently a member of the Group Board and has chaired its Audit and Risk Committee since 2011. Marion is currently the Head of Audit and Risk at the Isle of Anglesey County Council, and she has also held senior roles in internal audit in North Wales Police, Natural Resources Wales, Countryside Council for Wales, Denbighshire County Council and more recently, Conwy County Borough Council. She has also worked as an external auditor for the Auditor General for Wales (Wales Audit Office) in his financial audit practice. Marion qualified as a chartered internal auditor, becoming a member of the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (CIIA) in 1999. She gained her Masters Degree in Change Management from Liverpool John Moores University in 2004, qualifying with a distinction and became a fully qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) in 2009. In 2014, Marion also completed a post-graduate certificate with CIPFA in Corporate Governance and was a member of the CIPFA working group tasked with revising the CIPFA/SOLACE Framework for Good Governance in Local Government, published in 2016. More recently, Marion has joined Grŵp Llandrillo Menai’s Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committee.
Marion Pryor

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Joined: July 2015

Mark is a social entrepreneur, consultant and researcher. He was strategic lead on the NHF's influential 'Green Light' programme to help the housing sector engage more effectively with social enterprise.  He co-founded Aspire, an award-winning social enterprise employing and training homeless people.  He is a Fellow of Bangor Business School and the Clore Social Leadership Programme and his reports for the British Council on social enterprise and impact measurement have been published around the world.
Mark Richardson

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Joined: July 2015

A Banking, Operations, IT and Change professional, David has many years of experience managing and leading operational and change teams in the banking and financial services sector across Africa, Caribbean, Middle East and the UK. Employed by AlAhli and Barclays, he has also served as a non-executive director in the banking and insurance sectors. David has also been involved in HR, Risk, Facilities Management, Project Management and Strategic Planning.
David Grant Jones

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Joined: February 2016

Susan is a former research scientist with extensive experience in business management and compliance. Until recently a senior director with Ethicon, part of the Johnson and Johnson group, she was responsible for regulatory compliance in both Europe and the USA, involving compliance auditing, change management and performance monitoring. Passionate about developing people, Susan also has an enthusiasm for sustainable housing design.
Susan Miller

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Joined: July 2015

Janet has wide experience of working in the social housing sector, including working for Riverside and Liverpool City Council and lecturing at Liverpool John Moores University. She has also worked as freelance trainer, volunteered in Africa with VSO and her final post prior to retirement was as a housing inspector with the Audit Commission in England.
Janet Roberts

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Joined: December 2016

John is the Chief Executive at Monmouthshire Housing.  He has worked at a senior level in the housing sector for over 20 years, the last nine years as a Chief Executive.  He has recent board experience with Community Housing Cymru as Chair and also at Agored Cymru an awarding body for further education colleges and courses.
John Keegan

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Joined: December 2016

Bill is a Chartered Certified Accountant and works as a Finance Manager at Bangor University responsible for day to day financial transactions within the College of Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences. He previously held the post of Finance Manager/Company Secretary at the Management Development Centre, Bangor.
William (Bill) Farnell

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Joined: December 2016

Christopher is a Chartered Public Finance Accountant and is a Technical Director with Arlingclose Limited, an independent treasury advisory company which provides financial advice and capital financing expertise for the public, private and the third sectors.  He has previously worked for Clwyd County Council and Denbighshire County Council and his latter position was that of Principal Management Accountant.
Christopher Taylor

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Joined: December 2016

John is currently the Chief Executive of Pier Head Housing Association, having been in post for nearly four years.  He has a wealth of experience in the housing sector having previously worked for the Anchor Trust, Headrow Housing Group, Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council and the Tenant Services Authority. He has also worked as a Lead Housing Inspector for the Audit Commission. He is currently a National Board member with the National Housing Federation.
John Ghader

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Joined: December 2016

Ian is a partner with Brabners LLP and specialises in advising the social housing sector and other clients on housing management, property and commercial disputes and litigation, employment related litigation and judicial review and human rights cases. He is a qualified mediator and member of CIH and the Property Litigation Association.
Ian Alderson

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Joined: April 2016

Nanette is a local government internal auditor, currently employed by Denbighshire County Council as a Senior Auditor. She also performs the same role at North Wales Police under an out-sourced contractual arrangement. Nanette has varied experience across the local government setting and the wider Welsh public sector of governance, internal control frameworks, risk and risk management. She has recently completed her professional training with the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors.
Nanette Williams

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Landlord Services Committee

Joined: July 2002

Lynne has many years' experience within the housing sector, having developed and managed housing services in her previous roles with North Wales Housing and Shelter Cymru, establishing provision for marginalised groups such as prison leavers in conjunction with HMP Altcourse. As a private landlord accredited to provide quality HMO accommodation, she has experience of managing student, professional and family lets. Lynne also manages self-catering holiday cottages. Having recently qualified as a yoga teacher, she is now planning to develop a business within the community.
Lynne Parry
Chair of Landlord Services Board
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Joined: July 2014

Sally was the Director of Modernisation and Well-being at Denbighshire County Council from 2001-2014 and has extensive experience of working in local government. She is a member of the Public Services Staffing Commission, appointed by Welsh Government, and recently chaired the Strategic Improvement Steering Group advising Welsh Ministers on implementation of aspects of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act and the new Regulation and Inspection of Social Care (Wales) Act. Sally is a volunteer adviser for Denbighshire Citizens Advice.
Sally Ellis

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Joined: June 2013

Arthur is the former Rector of Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Staffordshire, where he was responsible for the town centre parish of St Giles, the Civic Church, and also the rural parish of St Thomas, Butterton. He was employed for many years within the local authority Social Services sector and was a Director of the Beth Johnson Foundation, a charitable trust aimed at improving the quality of life for older people. He has a wealth of experience in the voluntary sector and is a Trustee/Director of Conwy Citizens Advice Bureau and Chair of the Colwyn Bay Heritage Group.
Arthur Creber

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Joined: July 2015

Janet has wide experience of working in the social housing sector, including working for Riverside and Liverpool City Council and lecturing at Liverpool John Moores University. She has also worked as freelance trainer, volunteered in Africa with VSO and her final post prior to retirement was as a housing inspector with the Audit Commission in England.
Janet Roberts

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Joined: July 2015

Carol is self-employed making and selling arts, crafts and furniture through a recently opened shop unit in Colwyn Bay. She has also worked as a community tutor and resident artist.
Carol Downes
Landlord Services Board
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Joined: July 2015

Mark is a social entrepreneur, consultant and researcher. He was strategic lead on the NHF's influential 'Green Light' programme to help the housing sector engage more effectively with social enterprise.  He co-founded Aspire, an award-winning social enterprise employing and training homeless people.  He is a Fellow of Bangor Business School and the Clore Social Leadership Programme and his reports for the British Council on social enterprise and impact measurement have been published around the world.
Mark Richardson

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Joined: December 2016

John is currently the Chief Executive of Pier Head Housing Association, having been in post for nearly four years.  He has a wealth of experience in the housing sector having previously worked for the Anchor Trust, Headrow Housing Group, Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council and the Tenant Services Authority. He has also worked as a Lead Housing Inspector for the Audit Commission. He is currently a National Board member with the National Housing Federation.
John Ghader

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Domus Cambria

Joined: July 2002

Lynne has many years' experience within the housing sector, having developed and managed housing services in her previous roles with North Wales Housing and Shelter Cymru, establishing provision for marginalised groups such as prison leavers in conjunction with HMP Altcourse. As a private landlord accredited to provide quality HMO accommodation, she has experience of managing student, professional and family lets. Lynne also manages self-catering holiday cottages. Having recently qualified as a yoga teacher, she is now planning to develop a business within the community.
Lynne Parry
Chair of Landlord Services Board
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Joined: February 2016

Susan is a former research scientist with extensive experience in business management and compliance. Until recently a senior director with Ethicon, part of the Johnson and Johnson group, she was responsible for regulatory compliance in both Europe and the USA, involving compliance auditing, change management and performance monitoring. Passionate about developing people, Susan also has an enthusiasm for sustainable housing design.
Susan Miller

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Joined: December 2016

John is the Chief Executive at Monmouthshire Housing.  He has worked at a senior level in the housing sector for over 20 years, the last nine years as a Chief Executive.  He has recent board experience with Community Housing Cymru as Chair and also at Agored Cymru an awarding body for further education colleges and courses.
John Keegan

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Iwan Prys Jones (Independent)

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Audit and Risk Committee

Joined: July 2009

North Wales Housing initially co-opted Marion Pryor to its Audit Committee in 2006, before she became a full Board member in July 2009. She is currently a member of the Group Board and has chaired its Audit and Risk Committee since 2011. Marion is currently the Head of Audit and Risk at the Isle of Anglesey County Council, and she has also held senior roles in internal audit in North Wales Police, Natural Resources Wales, Countryside Council for Wales, Denbighshire County Council and more recently, Conwy County Borough Council. She has also worked as an external auditor for the Auditor General for Wales (Wales Audit Office) in his financial audit practice. Marion qualified as a chartered internal auditor, becoming a member of the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (CIIA) in 1999. She gained her Masters Degree in Change Management from Liverpool John Moores University in 2004, qualifying with a distinction and became a fully qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) in 2009. In 2014, Marion also completed a post-graduate certificate with CIPFA in Corporate Governance and was a member of the CIPFA working group tasked with revising the CIPFA/SOLACE Framework for Good Governance in Local Government, published in 2016. More recently, Marion has joined Grŵp Llandrillo Menai’s Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committee.
Marion Pryor

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Joined: July 2015

A Banking, Operations, IT and Change professional, David has many years of experience managing and leading operational and change teams in the banking and financial services sector across Africa, Caribbean, Middle East and the UK. Employed by AlAhli and Barclays, he has also served as a non-executive director in the banking and insurance sectors. David has also been involved in HR, Risk, Facilities Management, Project Management and Strategic Planning.
David Grant Jones

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Joined: April 2016

Nanette is a local government internal auditor, currently employed by Denbighshire County Council as a Senior Auditor. She also performs the same role at North Wales Police under an out-sourced contractual arrangement. Nanette has varied experience across the local government setting and the wider Welsh public sector of governance, internal control frameworks, risk and risk management. She has recently completed her professional training with the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors.
Nanette Williams

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Joined: December 2016

Ian is a partner with Brabners LLP and specialises in advising the social housing sector and other clients on housing management, property and commercial disputes and litigation, employment related litigation and judicial review and human rights cases. He is a qualified mediator and member of CIH and the Property Litigation Association.
Ian Alderson

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Joined: December 2016

Bill is a Chartered Certified Accountant and works as a Finance Manager at Bangor University responsible for day to day financial transactions within the College of Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences. He previously held the post of Finance Manager/Company Secretary at the Management Development Centre, Bangor.
William (Bill) Farnell

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Joined: December 2016

Christopher is a Chartered Public Finance Accountant and is a Technical Director with Arlingclose Limited, an independent treasury advisory company which provides financial advice and capital financing expertise for the public, private and the third sectors.  He has previously worked for Clwyd County Council and Denbighshire County Council and his latter position was that of Principal Management Accountant.
Christopher Taylor

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