Housing leaders recognized in New Year honours list
December 31, 2016 - accent chair
Five housing executives and a highbrow of economics and housing process have been awarded medals in a New Year honours list.
Bob Green, arch executive officer of Stonewall Housing services, has been awarded an OBE for services to LGBT communities.
Keith Loraine, former arch executive of Isos Housing, receives an OBE for services to housing and a village in north-east England. Loraine worked during a organization for 24 years, and was arch executive for a decade.
Thomas Miskell, organisation chair of Accent Group and Northern Housing Consortium, has been awarded an OBE for services to housing associations in northern England. Until 2014, Miskell was arch executive of Together Housing Group.
Ian Munro, organisation arch executive of New Charter Group, receives an OBE for services to housing. Munro has hold this position for 16 years, and is a former executive of housing during Tamesside council, starting his career as a housing examiner in Kensington and Chelsea.
After timid progressing this year, Professor Michael Williams has been awarded an OBE for services to health, housing and homeless people in Wales. As good as 35 years as arch executive of Grwp Gwalia Cyf, Williams has worked extensively in health in Wales, and is a visiting highbrow of amicable housing and caring during a University of South Wales.
Paul Cheshire, highbrow of mercantile embankment during a London School of Economics, receives a CBE for services to economics and housing. Cheshire has created extensively on formulation issues, land use and regulation, and churned communities.