Auxesia Homes appoints four new board members
Auxesia Homes has announced four new appointments to its board of directors.
Alison Hadden, former chief executive officer at affordable homes provider, Paradigm, is an experienced chair and independent non-executive Director (NED) in both not-for-profits and for-profit providers, including Peaks and Plains and Civitas Social Housing. Alison joins the Auxesia board as chair and NED.
Michael Orgill, former regional managing director of Keepmoat Homes (Yorkshire) joins the Auxesia board as an NED. Michael has 18 years’ experience working in housing development, with particular expertise in RP partnerships, delivering multi-tenure schemes.
Joanna Lee-Mills, property partner at national law firm Shakespeare Martineau and social housing specialist, also joins the Auxesia board as a NED.
The board is further enhanced by András Kárpáti, who joins as a NED. András is co-CEO at property development company Cordia UK. An accomplished property and finance professional, Andras has expertise in real estate investment and development management.
New chair Alison Hadden commented: “I am delighted to join the board as chair. Auxesia Homes is already well underway with its recovery plan and these key board appointments, combined with its refreshed executive team are key developments in further strengthening the company’s compliance and achieving our new strategic aims.”
The four new board directors join existing members, Paul Roberts, chair of the Regenda Group and board member at Rochdale Boroughwide Housing, and Nick Bull and Rob McHugh, directors from Auxesia’s investors, Matter Real Estate LLP.
Interim CEO Simon Leighton added: “These appointments add significant expertise to the board, and help toward enabling us to realise our five-year business plan to 2028 and deliver more than two thousand new homes to our target customers of those who serve our country and communities.”