CT Brief – Issue 30
We are pleased to bring you the latest CT Brief - Issue 30.
Campbell Tickell has been ranked No.49 in the Leading UK Interim Management Services Providers list 2019.
After some eighteen months of research, product development and pilot projects, consultancy Campbell Tickell has now launched its innovative CultureScan© tool.
Zaidee O’Dell, London project manager, Compassionate Neighbours,and associate consultant at Campbell Tickell, details her work with St Joseph’s Hospice in East London on the Compassionate Neighbours project.
Maggie Rafalowicz, Director at Campbell Tickell, discusses lessons from regeneration.
Neil Bolton , Associate consultant at Campbell Tickell, outlines guidance to Approved Housing Bodies from Ireland’s Housing Agency.
Patrick Vernon OBE and Senior associate, OLMEC, and Windrush campaigner writes about the importance of recognising the positive impact of the Windrush generation and outlines a call to action for housing providers.
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One question currently doing the rounds is what impact the entry of for-profit registered providers of affordable housing might have on the existing players and the affordable housing market in general.
Each year Campbell Tickell nominate two charity partners, one UK-focused and one with an international focus, to support over the course of a year. This year we have nominated to support Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) and Women for Women International.
In late 2018, we commissioned our first external perception survey to test what people honestly think of Campbell Tickell. Find out more.
The Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) has published Becoming a Registered Provider: a new guide on applying to set up a Registered Provider. CT’s Sue Harvey & Sarah Brown contributed to this report.
CT Partner, Sue Harvey and Associate Consultant, Eric Tamanis outline their top 10 tips for smooth regulatory return.
Residents of a 1960s Nottinghamshire estate face a bright future after Newark & Sherwood Council and Campbell Tickell worked with them to develop comprehensive regeneration plans
The Women’s Housing Forum (WHF) has today released a report summarising their inaugural public event in January, giving insight into the key issues that emerged from the day and next steps. Campbell Tickell are pleased to have been able to sponsor this report.
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In this second part we take a closer look at hidden or disguised risks, and some of steps that RPs can take to ensure that their risk management framework evolves to adequately control new DevCo hazards.
In the first of a two-part guide to development company risk management, Sue Harvey outlines the potential contagion routes to registered providers, and the ‘dominos and ricochets’ that boards need to be aware of.
The Housing Agency, the housing regulator for Ireland, has developed a Performance Standard for Approved Housing Bodies in the Republic of Ireland, with the assistance of CT.
Sue Harvey, Partner at Campbell Tickell identifies the key changes to the updated Regulating the Standards document this March 2019.
CT’s Liz Zacharias highlights the findings from NHS Provider’s new report on mental health services: Addressing the care deficit.
Gera Patel and Radojka Miljevic outline 7 workplace thoughts for International Women’s Day.
Chris Hampson, Chief Executive of Look Ahead discusses the NHS’s Long Term Plan to transform mental health and wider social care services considering what the challenges are and how to overcome them.
The NHS’s Long-Term Plan was launched on 7 January 2019. This important document is a further development of themes initially set out in the five-year forward view for the NHS that was published in October 2014. What are the highlights for the care and support sector?
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Scott Causer, Consultancy Project Manager at Campbell Tickell, discusses the impact of closing community spaces on identity and well-being.
Greg Campbell, CT Partner, outlines not only the need for Plan A, but also Plans B and C too in light of unpredictable circumstances.
To truly progress, we must acknowledge our own failings, James Tickell, CT Partner explains.
CT Partner, David Williams, outlines the golden rules for organisations seeking to purchase stock.
Congratulations to Ceri Victory-Rowe, who joins CT’s governance team as Senior Consultant. Click to the next page to read the news release.
Civil Society Futures was an independent inquiry set up to find out what the future of civil society holds by speaking with people across the country. This resulted in the creation of the PACT for the future.
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The Women’s Housing Forum was set up to research and address the challenges that women face in accessing and keeping housing, raising awareness of the link between women’s housing needs and gender inequality. Find out more,
The Midlands and East Region of NHSE commissioned Campbell Tickell to support six TCPs with the development of their Housing Strategies. Read the report here.
Season’s Greetings! 2018 has been another great year for the Recruitment Team. Open the link enclosed to see the key stats for permanent, executive, non-executive and interim recruitment.
Jon Slade, Director at Campbell Tickell, reflects on key pointers from CT’s recent risk & assurance masterclasses.
Each year, the Campbell Tickell team nominate several charities to give to in place of sending Christmas cards by post. This year we’re pleased to be able to support the brilliant work of The Food Chain, Brixton Soup Kitchen and Women for Women International. Read more about them below.
We are pleased to bring you the latest edition of CT Brief 39 – Charities edition.Great contributions from Acevo, Crisis, Concern Worldwide, English Heritage, Local Trust, NSPCC, Stonewall and more!
James Tickell, Partner at Campbell Tickell, introduces the CT Culture Scan – an innovative survey tool for measuring organisational culture.
Sarah Loader, CT Associate Consultant, identifies key trends across the Charity, UK Corporate and Sports Code of Governance as well as highlighting differences. Since the Cadbury report into corporate governance was published in 1992, a number of codes of governance have been produced for a range of sectors, each aiming to raise standards of governance
Radojka Miljevic, Partner at CT, outlines the impact of crises on organisations and identifies a new wave of governance thought.
Join Campbell Tickell Partner, Sue Harvey and Director, Jon Slade, along with great guest speakers, for a Risk & Assurance Masterclass this November.
After a long wait, the results of the September 2017 valuation of the Social Housing Pension Scheme, or SHPS, are in. The headline is the deficit has increased to £1.5 billion. What does this mean for contributions? Guest writer, Richard Soldan, Partner at LCP, discusses.
We are pleased to bring you the latest edition of CT Brief 38: our first focused solely on key issues facing the sector across the island of Ireland.
Kathleen McKillion, CT Senior Associate Consultant, examines the picture for Approved Housing Bodies in meeting affordable housing requirements in the Republic of Ireland.
Nicola McCrudden, our new CT Senior Associate Consultant, outlines the key challenges for housing providers across the North and South of Ireland.
CT Partners, Greg Campbell and David Williams outline Campbell Tickell’s work across the island of Ireland and some of the key issues organisations face.
Tariq Kazi, Associate Consultant at Campbell Tickell, identifies what you need on your treasury to-do list.
Sue Harvey, Partner at Campbell Tickell, identifies what makes a top-performing audit committee.
We are pleased to bring you the latest edition of CT Brief, Issue 37. Inside you’ll find a wide range of articles on key issues facing housing associations, councils, charities, and care & support organisations across the UK.
Mia Rafalowicz-Campbell, Policy & Research Officer, looks at role of Community Land Trusts in meeting housing demand.
Jon Slade, Director at Campbell Tickell asks how does your board gain assurance on technical matters?
Maggie Rafalowicz, Director at Campbell Tickell, discusses key areas to consider for the Right to Buy consultation, closing 9 October 2018.
I am bit of a ‘Johnny come lately’ when it relates to appreciation of Liam Gallagher’s song-writing and singing abilities. Having read the government’s Funding for Supported Housing Government response to two consultations, however, I am amazed by ‘our kid’s’ perceptiveness and understanding of our funding journey and its outcome.
Each year Campbell Tickell nominate two charity partners, one UK-focused and one with an international focus, to support over the course of a year. This year we have nominated to support Shelter From The Storm and Help Refugees. Read more about them.
Campbell Tickell is pleased to have been able to support the merger of Real World Trust and Two Saints. Read the press statement from Two Saints.
We asked Alison Bearn, Programme lead at Fulfilling Lives Islington and Camden, about how work is progressing.
Radojka Miljevic, Partner at Campbell Tickell, has written a new book for NHF entitled: Board appraisal – the important of honest conversations.
Cedric Boston, Chief Executive of Arhag, outlines their plan to become the ‘go to’ organisation for migrants and refugees in London.
Alice Smith, Consultant at Campbell Tickell, finds out how the Charity Governance Code has been received, adopted and put into practice in its’ first year.
We are pleased to bring you the latest edition of CT Brief, Issue 36. Inside you’ll find a wide range of articles on key issues facing housing associations, councils, charities, care & support and sports organisations across the UK and Ireland.
Maggie Rafalowicz, Director at Campbell Tickell, discusses the potential of Sadiq Khan’s council house building scheme.
Today, 14th June 2018, we remember all those who lost their lives in Grenfell Tower fire.
Our guest blog is from Maggie Gjessing, Head of Housing Growth, Asset Management and Regeneration, Leeds City Council, who discusses the city’s inclusive growth strategy.
We are very pleased to bring you the latest edition of the CT Brief 35: Local Government. Inside you’ll find articles on key issues facing the sector including: collaboration and joint-working; growth and development; housing strategies; affordable housing plans; direct housing provision; homelessness; older persons housing; regeneration and more!
Tony Hutchinson, Senior Associate at Campbell Tickell, discusses what an effective regeneration programme looks like.
Maggie Rafalowicz, Director at Campbell Tickell, outlines what a comprehensive and effective housing strategy looks like.
Gemma Prescot, Head of Interim Management, discusses the impact IR35 rules have had for interim positions in local authorities.
Jon Slade, Director at Campbell Tickell discusses the new Value for Money (VfM) Standard in the updated Regulator of Social Housing’s (RSH) document.
Sue Harvey, Partner at Campbell Tickell identifies the key changes to the updated Regulating the Standards document.
Sue Harvey, Partner at Campbell Tickell, discusses implementing ‘golden rules’ to achieve financial resilience.
Rosie Chapman, Senior Associate, outlines 8 key steps for achieving change in organisations.
We are pleased to bring you the latest CT Brief, Issue 34. Inside you’ll find a wide range of articles on topical issues covering: Home England’s development plans; reclassification in Ireland; successful recruitment; risk in procurement; achieving organisational change; communicating in crisis; financial golden rules for Boards; and the future of caring.
Sue Harvey, Partner at Campbell Tickell, explores reclassification of Ireland’s approved housing bodies.
Dawn Matthews, Senior HR & Recruitment Consultant, outlines considerations for successful recruitment.
Greg Campbell, Partner at Campbell Tickell, discusses managing risk in procurement in light of Carillion’s collapse.
Congratulations to Sue Harvey, our very own risk, regulation and finance whizz – now promoted to Partner!
John Glenton, Executive Director of Operations for Care and Support services, at Riverside, takes a look at the social value for their Newbury First service.
We are pleased to bring you the latest CT Brief, Issue 33: Care & Support edition. Inside you’ll find a wide range of articles on topical issues covering: social impact bonds; innovation in the care sector; homelessness; social return on investment; the Adult Social Care Activity and Finance Report; community-care; funding for supported housing; and more!
Social Impact Bonds, or SIBs, are a financial product for funding outcome-based contracts in the public sector – in other words payment by results. The approach is increasingly popular in the charitable, local government and housing sectors.
The Adult Social Care Activity and Finance Report published in 2017, draws together for the first time official data on local authority adult social care activity and finances.
Moving care into the community has been a goal for health policy in England for a long time. It is a key element of many of the Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) and the newly minted approach of ‘accountable care’.
Campbell Tickell are TAROE Trust supporters. Read the first edition of their newsletter.
In January 2018, Campbell Tickell Partner, Greg Campbell, in association with the European Federation for Living, examined the wider implications of the Grenfell fire for housing providers, considering such areas as asset management, development, funding, regulation and governance.
Campbell Tickell conducted research on Board remuneration to complement its future benchmarking exercises and to keep abreast of the latest trends and developments within the social housing sector. Download the slides and a recording from the webinar presented by CT Senior Consultant, Stephen Bull. For any further queries please email: email@example.com
The Housing sector must not wait to be told what to do next, writes Greg Campbell.
Guest writer, Helen Cookson, Senior Associate at Trowers & Hamlins, discusses how the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation will impact on the nature of consent for charities.
In this week’s CT blog, Policy & Research Officer, Mia Rafalowicz-Campbell, discusses an evolving approach to placemaking.
Campbell Tickell are delighted to have joined Future of London as members and are looking forward to working with and supporting them in the forthcoming year. We have a long association with Future of London, having been sponsors of their Leaders Programmes, and are now delighted to become members.
At a time when the news is packed full of ‘deal or no deal’ stories and Brexit has become a national obsession, some might find it surprising that we feel it the right moment to move closer rather than further away from European colleagues. The truth is that collaboration has never been more important.
We are pleased to bring you the latest CT Brief, Issue 32. Inside you’ll find a wide range of articles on a topics including: Supported Housing; Crisis at 50; European Federation for Living; Northern Ireland housing; The Irish housing crisis; Why have in-house lawyers; Data privacy; Building for outright sale; Build to rent; and much more!
Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year from all at Campbell Tickell! View Campbell Tickell’s Annual Seasonal Card. Instead of posting our card, CT are donating to four charities this year.
Read ICSA’s press release on the Sports Governance Conference, at which CT Partner, James Tickell spoke.
Running effective and yes, inspiring meetings can make the difference between trustees staying with a charity and making a positive impact or not. Sarah Loader, CT Consultant, discusses how to to run effective meetings.
We are pleased to bring you the latest CT Brief, Issue 31: Risk & Assurance edition. Articles include: risk maps; the role of internal audit in organisations; the difference between advice and assurance; what risk culture is and why it matters; plus more.
Going on a week’s holiday on 23rd October was not great timing for following the proposed new funding framework for supported housing, but I did raise a glass to the demise of Local Housing Allowance (LHA) caps for social housing and the LHA being applied to supported housing, while sunning myself.
Match Fit for a New Code: Read Radojka Miljevic’s article featured in Why Sports digital magazine on p.16!
Campbell Tickell is conducting a new piece of research on Board remuneration to complement its future benchmarking exercises and to keep abreast of the latest trends and developments within the social housing sector.
CT Associate, Roger Maddams discusses what emerging financial issues to look out for this year.
The housing sector faces transformational change as it grapples with the Kensington tragedy. Campbell Tickell’s Greg Campbell and Maggie Rafalowicz assess its potential direction in the New Statesman’s Spotlight on Housing.
We are pleased to bring you the latest CT Brief – Issue 30.