Scott is Consultancy Project Manager at Campbell Tickell.
He is a housing professional (Corporate Member of the Chartered Institute of Housing) and a fully qualified Project Manager (PRINCE2 Practitioner. Scott also studied at the London School of Economics (LSE) where he gained an MSc in Housing and Regeneration.
Scott has over 17 years’ public sector experience incorporating policy and strategy development, research, management, business improvement reviews and the initiation, management and delivery of projects. He has worked for an ALMO, a Council and numerous Registered Providers. Projects he has delivered cover: housing services; environmental services; culture; asset management; sustainability; welfare reform; affordable rents; service charges; leasehold services; tenancy management; financial inclusion; and stakeholder engagement.
Over the last 5 years Scott has worked as a Special Projects Manager for a London Borough Council on a diverse range of projects including:
- Setting up a project management framework to provide structure and enable the effective management of projects. This significantly contributed to the development of a project management culture within the directorate;
- Project managing the development of a mobile phone app as part of a wider street cleansing initiative to enable residents and staff to report street cleansing issues and connect with Council services;
- The procurement and delivery of the Council’s Litter Bin project which ensured litter bin provision was trebled within the Borough;
- The securing of funding for the future management and maintenance investment plan of the Council’s parks following a wholesale review of all playground assets;
- The development and implementation of the Council’s Cultural Strategy and approach to Public Arts;
- The procurement and delivery of a digital inclusion project which provided fibre optic broadband to properties without previous access to digital services;
- The development and implementation of an Asset Management Strategy which outlined a vision for the management of the Council’s housing stock;
- The production and implementation of the Council’s Contract Management Framework;
- Delivery of the Council’s ECO project. This project improved the energy efficiency of the council’s housing stock by providing a programme of solid wall and external wall insulation to qualifying homes. The works carried out resulted in significant savings for residents;
- Delivery of the strategic element of Council’s Better Home Standard, focused on increasing the scope and specification of works undertaken on the Council’s housing stock. The Asset Management Department experienced an increase in customer satisfaction at the end of the first year, directly attributable to the project; and
- The development and implementation of a suite of policies and workflows for the Asset Management and Environmental Services Departments designed to establish new working practices and improve overall performance. Scott provided leadership to teams within those departments and worked on initiatives to improve performance as well as developing and implementing new working practices.