Housemark appoints Rob Quayle as interim chief executive

Housemark appoints Rob Quayle as interim chief executive

Rob Quayle

Housemark has appointed Rob Quayle as interim chief executive.

He moves into the position at housing data expert Housemark from his role as chief technology officer.

Rob Quayle said: “I’m delighted to take up the reins at Housemark and over the past 6 months have been working closely with leaders across the sector to develop and evolve our offer, particularly given the incredibly challenging environment that landlords are operating in.”

Boasting a diverse industry background in senior technology leadership roles in both for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, including private equity-backed and FTSE organisations, Rob Quayle believes his out–of-sector experience will continue to be an asset to Housemark.

He added: “I have worked in fast-paced, regulated consumer-facing businesses for many years, and my passion for delivering products and services led by customers and client needs is what attracted me to Housemark. The sector is facing unprecedented, multi-faceted challenges and I want to work with our members and clients to support them during these difficult times.

“I believe that as a membership organisation our role is to develop our offer to adapt to the evolving operating environment that our customers face and have recently accelerated the development of our sector-leading app Photobook.”

Photobook is the housing sector’s only dedicated digital property inspection app, enabling landlords to save money, drive performance and improve the lives of residents and communities.

Rob Quayle took up the role of interim chief executive of Housemark from 1 February 2023.

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