All successful Housing Associations operate with effective governance and strong leadership. Our Board of Management are committed volunteers and bring together a wealth of skills, knowledge and experience. They are committed to working with tenants, staff and stakeholders to find ways to continually improve how the Association operates.
We regularly bring in new Board and Sub Board members improving the diversity of knowledge and experience to drive us forward and truly value tenants as Board members also.
We work hard to ensure our governance structure and processes add value to the Association. Individual Board members and the group as a whole receive regular appraisals, training and exposure to the hot topics affecting the social housing sector as a whole.
All Housing Associations are overseen by Government in the form of The Regulator of Social Housing. In the past year we have challenged ourselves against the Regulators standards to ensure Leeds Jewish is in good hands.
Who are our Board members and what do they do?
Our Board of Management take the overall responsibility for leading LJHA whilst our 2 sub-Boards monitor activity at a more detailed level.
The Operations Sub-Board focus on the operational performance of LJHA with relation to all tenant-facing and property-related services.
The Finance Audit and Risk Sub-Board focus on all aspects of Finance, Audit, Resources and Risk
Each year we produce and publish annual financial statements (sometimes known as annual accounts or statutory accounts) for our stakeholders, including shareholders, tenants and residents, employees, local authority, regulator, suppliers and supporters in the community in which we work.