Highest ratings for Bromford viability and governance
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Bromford has once again scored the highest possible ratings for business viability and governance, according to the latest findings by the social housing regulator.
Our governing body's effective leadership and control is also highlighted by the Tenant Services Authority (TSA) in its latest batch of regulatory judgements.
The TSA's eight-page report - which praised us for our "good track record of delivering strategic priorities despite a difficult operating environment" ¬- was welcomed by Bromford executive director Philippa Jones.
She said: "It's great to see this endorsement from our regulator confirming that Bromford is among the strongest and best run housing organisations in the country. In the current very challenging economic climate it's more important than ever that we can demonstrate how effectively we are managing our risks and delivering our efficiency plans to deliver more effectively for our customers."
In its just-published report, the TSA described Bromford's board and executive as "experienced, skilled and effective" and described the organisation's business plan for 2011-12 as "clear and well defined".
"The board sets high expectations and demands high-quality information to make the best decisions," said the findings, which were published along with operational assessments of nine other housing associations.
"Along with good oversight of performance, the board is active in setting the future direction and strategies of the group."
To view the Regulatory Judgement, please visit the TSA website (new window).