Home in Scotland appoints three new board members

Home in Scotland appoints three new board members

Home in Scotland board members Kellie Macleod, June Wylie and Grant Campbell

Three new board members have been appointed by Home in Scotland to support its mission to deliver for communities.

The successful recruitment will see June Wylie, Kellie Macleod and Grant Campbell add a wealth of experience and leadership at this crucial point in the delivery of Home in Scotland’s 2022-2027 strategy.

The strategy continues its focus on building homes, aspirations and independence. The housing provider has ambitious plans to deliver across a range of areas over the next five years. It expects to deliver 450 new homes in 2023/24 alone, which include a mix of social rent and mid-market rent.

June Wylie is an experienced senior manager in NHS Scotland with extensive experience in clinical, managerial and leadership roles at operational, national and strategic levels.

Kellie Macleod is an experienced senior leader in quality and regulatory affairs in the field of clinical development.

Grant Campbell has held a variety of leadership positions with an extensive background of working in partnership across the voluntary and community sector to address homelessness in Scotland.

Susan Deacon, chair of Home in Scotland, said: “I am absolutely delighted to welcome June, Kellie and Grant to the Home in Scotland board. They each bring a wealth of experience and ideas to the organisation.

“I am looking forward to working with them as we take forward our ambitious plans for the future – to provide high quality services and support for our customers, and to deliver more safe, affordable homes for people in Scotland.

“It is quite a period of change as we also bid farewell to our vice chair, Ian Campbell, who I’d like to thank for his hard work and dedication to the organisation.”

In the last 12 months, the board has also welcomed Home Group customer, Robyn Inglis, and experienced chartered accountant, Gavin Mackenzie, currently group finance director at the Meallmore Group.

The association currently provides for 15,400 customers in 4300 homes in six local authorities across Scotland. In addition to nearing completion of one of the largest regenerations in Scotland, in Glasgow’s Balornock, it will also carry out its first major retrofit project this year as it continues on its long-term journey to help deliver net zero by 2045.

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