New Chair Designate for Accent
December 3, 2015 - accent chair
Published by Heather Jacklin for Accent Group
Wednesday 2nd Dec 2015 – 11:45am
Accent Group has allocated Tom Miskell as a house member and a Chair Designate.
Mr Miskell will take adult a purpose of Chair in Jun 2016, following a retirement of a stream Chair, Gwyneth Sarkar, as she reaches a limit tenure she can offer on a Accent Board.
Mr Miskell, who is a owners and executive of consultancy Tom Miskell Ltd, now binds a series of government consultancy and non-executive housing roles.
He is Vice Chair of Johnnie Johnson Housing Trust, Chair of a Northern Housing Consortium and a Director of Devonshires Business Advisory Service (DBAS). Mr Miskell is also Chair of Pendleton Together Operating Ltd (PTOL) (Salford PFI).
Mr Miskell’s prior roles embody Group Chief Executive of Together Housing from 2011 to 2014, Group Chief Executive of Transpennine Housing from Mar 2006 to 2011 and Deputy Chief Executive of Pennine Housing 2000 from 2001 to 2005.
Mr Miskell has also hold roles with Hacas Chapman Hendy, Hambleton Housing Association, Derby City Council, a Housing Corporation and a Civil Service.
In holding adult a role, Mr Miskell said: “I am really most looking brazen to apropos a new Accent Group Chair and delivering Accent’s objectives in what is a time of substantial change. we trust a housing organization exists for a residents and, from what we know of Accent, we trust a Accent Board is committed to delivering excellent, value for income services to a residents, and progressing an glorious attribute with them.”
“I am ardent about creation a difference, as we trust Accent is, and we will suffer being partial of a good group that delivers good services”
Accent Chief Executive Gordon Perry said: “I am gay that Tom has selected to join us and lead us during such a rare time for a sector. Our stream chair has set a high customary to follow, though we am assured Tom has only a skills, attributes and knowledge he needs to attain in a purpose and lead us by a changes to come. we couldn’t be happier to have him on board”.