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Remuneration and Governance Committee

Remuneration and Governance Committee

Committe members comprise the chairs of the Strategic Board, Operations Committee and the Audit and Risk Committee, plus a further Non-Executive Director

The positions of chair and vice-chair of the Remunerations and Governance Committee are currently vacant. If you are interested, email communications@havebury.com.

Clive Springett (Chair)

Clive Springett (Chair)

Clive is chair of the Audit and Risk Committee.

He said: “We have a great, experienced team and are committed to continuous improvement across all risk and assurance areas of the business. The world for housing providers is ever-changing. We cannot rest on our laurels if we want to ensure Havebury continues to deliver outstanding service and value for our customers.”

Ian Mashiter

Ian Mashiter

Ian is chair of the Strategic Board.

He said: “I am a semi-retired chartered surveyor with 40 years’ experience in the commercial property industry. My career included roles as property investment director of Norwich Union and development and investment director of Chartwell Land PLC.

“When I retired, I wanted to maintain some interests in the property industry. I enjoy working with the team at Havebury and I believe that my experience in development, financing and property management helps me contribute to the Board. I would add that I was born into a council house in mid-Wales, and I think it is important to maintain a strong and healthy social and affordable housing sector. I am married with three grown-up children who are all great! My interests include golf, travel, and DIY, particularly carpentry.”

Clive Gardener

Clive Gardener

Clive is chair of the Operational Board, while he also sits on the Strategic Board.

He said: “I am a non-practicing solicitor having retired from full-time work in 2011. I joined the Havebury board in September 2013. My previous roles have included non-executive director and chair of the Remuneration Committee at Julian Support Limited. I have also been involved with the North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group as a governing body member and chair of its Patient Experience Safety and Quality Committee Engagement Panel. I was also a member of the CCG’s Audit and Risk Committee and its Remuneration Committee.

“I was involved in the housing sector for a number of years as a lawyer, and served as a board member and chair of an inner-city housing association in Leeds. Therefore, it seemed sensible to use my skills at Havebury. I have a strong sense of social purpose and believe that I should contribute if I can.

“I have two children who are both grown up; one is a lawyer and the other is a psychologist. I’m an RYA-qualified sailing instructor and volunteer at the Nancy Oldfield Trust, teaching disadvantaged and disabled children and adults to sail. I’m an enthusiastic racer of boats on the Norfolk Broads and have an interest in all things that float and have a sail.”

Mark Webster

Mark Webster

Mark is a member of the Strategic Board.

He said: “I joined the Strategic Board as a co-opted member in May 2018, having worked in the housing association sector since 1990. For 10 years I was a board member of a South Midlands housing group, serving as group chair for the last five years. My professional career was with a major financial institution where I specialised in financing housing associations. I have a keen interest in affordable rural housing issues, sport and the natural environment.”

Nikki Stonebridge

Nikki Stonebridge

Nikki is currently a member of the Strategic Board which she joined in 2019.

She said: “I currently work as a PA for the NHS. Previously, I spent 16 years working in education as an inclusion officer, helping children who required both academic and emotional support. I have been a single parent to three boys (now men) for many years. The eldest two now work in management positions and the youngest is reading economics at St Catherine’s College in Cambridge. Whilst working and raising a family, I gained my degree with the Open University.

“Having spent many years supporting others and their families, I saw joining Havebury as a further opportunity to support and represent my fellow tenants.”

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