CT Brief – Issue 67

Welcome to the latest CT Brief – Issue 67

This issue of CT Brief draws together insights on a wide range of topics, from diversity and inclusion, to insurance, artificial intelligence and the relationship between health and other policy areas. We hope you find it an interesting and stimulating read.

At the same time, we want to bring you news from CT itself: we have recently been ranked by Consultancy UK as ‘Diamond’ (the highest rating) for housing consultancy, and as ‘Gold’ for local government and for non-profits consulting. We are really proud of this achievement, which reflects the hard work and commitment of all our colleagues.

And that’s not all: we have just achieved certification as a ‘B Corporation’. This is an acknowledgement that, while CT is a commercial business, we recognise we have a wider responsibility towards society. B Corps are companies assessed as meeting high standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. We will write more about what this means in the next issue of CT Brief.

What’s Inside?

  1. Pride month…and beyond, Hannah Harvey, Chief Operating Officer, Saffron Housing
  2. On being transparent, Ian McDermott, CEO, Peabody
  3. Consumer regulation inspection pilots, Catherine Little, Director, Jon Slade, Director, and Ceri Victory-Rowe, Campbell Tickell
  4. Levelling up – the only game in town?, James McHugh, Senior Consultant, Campbell Tickell
  5. Health & safety, James Tickell, Partner, Campbell Tickell
  6. Why some organisations fail, Terry Fuller, Former Executive Director, Homes England; former Managing Director, Taylor Wimpey; current non-executive director, Building Better
  7. Charity boards, Sarah Loader, Consultant, Campbell Tickell
  8. Football governance, Martin Cloake, Former Chair at Tottenham Hotspur  Supporters’ Trust
  9. Artificial intelligence and the future of social housingJames Tickell, Partner, Campbell Tickell
  10. Reshaping homelessness support, Andy Gale, Associate, and Alistair Sharpe-Neal, Senior Consultant, Campbell Tickell
  11. Health in All Policies – Interview with Marlene D’AguilarMarlene D’Aguilar, Health in All Policies Strategic Lead, London Borough of Haringey, and Liz Zacharias, Director, Campbell Tickell
  12. Can social housing weather the storm, Jeremy Flint, Partner, Gibbs Laidler Consulting
  13. Harm minimisation for rough sleepers, Catherine Romney, Policy and Research Officer, Campbell Tickell
  14. ESG reporting and technology, Kamran Mahmood CEO, Gridizen



Read the new CT Brief – Issue 67


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CT Brief – Issue 67

Welcome to the latest CT Brief - Issue 67. Articles on consumer regulation, levelling up, health & safety, leadership, and more!

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