With continuing financial constraints, local authorities are under pressure to generate new funding, streamline services, meet the challenges of demographic change, and digitise service delivery. Throughout a transformation programme, customer expectations must be managed while meeting statutory responsibilities and adapting to new agendas.
Campbell Tickell has worked with local authorities, arm’s length management bodies, council-owned companies and joint ventures across the UK on projects such as establishing development companies, feasibility studies, process re-engineering, and Housing Revenue Account business planning. Now is the time for innovative, creative and flexible approaches – which our local government breadth and expertise means we are well positioned to provide.
What our clients say:
We commissioned Campbell Tickell to advise and support the development of our current ambitious and forward-looking Housing Strategy, ‘Building Together for a Strong Future’. We found that the team had a range of expertise and skills sets which were used to good effect over the course of the project. Our experience of Campbell Tickell was that they worked well in conjunction with council officers as part of a rounded and interactive project team. With support and advice from Campbell Tickell we now have an adopted Housing Strategy that reflects the council’s ambitions for the future.
In preparation for the introduction of the Homelessness Reduction Act and our Early Adopter Homelessness Prevention Trailblazer pilot (funded by the CLG), we commissioned Campbell Tickell to undertake a review of our homeless hostels for single people and temporary accommodation for homeless families, with a view to make best use of limited resources. Liz Zacharias and Karen Patten conducted the review sensitively and professionally and gave us well thought-out options for improving the pathway for homeless people in Southwark. They listened to us and understood the range of stakeholder requirements. They delivered a first class report and platform for going forward.
I want to thank you and your team for the excellent work undertaken over the past year on Housing Management market testing. This has been a complex and challenging project, at the boundaries of innovative approaches to modern housing management, and I am immensely grateful to you all for the successful result now being obtained from ODPM in time for the contracts to go live on the due date, 1 April.
Campbell Tickell provided a helpful and professional service. Both Niku Mawby and Alan Crowder were an excellent resource of knowledge and expertise in caretaking services. The report they produced was honest and useful in the process of trying to introduce new and more effective ways of working and indeed went beyond our brief by suggesting further improvements . I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to any other organisation.
Campbell Tickell has been working with Homes for Haringey over the last three years to support the development of good governance in the organisation. They have helped us transform our governance arrangements. Notable developments include the highest turnout in a Board election in the country, improved team working and decision making. CT has built excellent relationships across the board and I would fully recommend them.
I just wanted to drop you a note to say what a terrific job Gera [Patel] did for us in our recent recruitment exercise. She was supportive and understanding throughout the whole process, helped me hone our requirements, showed great insight into all the candidates and was always willing to go that extra mile for us.
A thoroughly professional job. I would have no hesitation in using Campbell Tickell again and recommending them to others
We engaged Campbell Tickell to help us prepare for our Audit Commission inspection. Their mystery shopping and staff focus groups highlighted where we had made progress, but more importantly it helped us to see the work we needed to focus on in the 9 months leading up to the inspection. A special thanks to Niku, Zaidee and Annie for their help.
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