Our Boards & Governance
Our Boards ensure that we deliver a well-managed organisation, set our strategic direction and monitor the delivery of the Group's priorities.
The Group is made up of the following companies:
Progress Housing Group Limited is a registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) number 28685R and with the Homes and Communities Agency (LH4189). VAT registration number 712 6635 46.
Registered with the FCA (27792R) as a charitable registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 and with the Homes and Communities Agency (LH4032).
A charitable registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 registered with the FCA (28761R) and with the Homes and Communities Agency (LH4188).
A charitable registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014, registered with the FCA (30658R) and with the Homes and Communities Agency (LH4284).
Registered as a Company Limited by Guarantee number 8699413 and Registered Charity number 1154772.
The Group also uses the trading names Progress Living, Progress Lifeline, WORKSAFE and Helpline.
As a Group, we operate within a virtual collapsed structure. This means that although we have a number of smaller Registered Providers (housing associations) that sit under the Group – New Progress Housing Association (NPHA), New Fylde Housing (NFH) and Progress Care Housing Association (PCHA) – we operate as one. Our Group Business Plan and value for money activities reflect this approach. Key Unlocking Futures joined the Group as a subsidiary on January 1 2014.
This structure provides a clear separation between the elements regulated by the Homes and Communities Agency and other non-regulated elements of the Group’s work, and so meeting regulatory expectation to protect social housing assets.
The Board ensures effective governance through a range of mechanisms such as compliance with the National Housing Federation Code of Governance (our adopted code), undertaking a reviews of compliance against regulatory objectives, ensuring that value for money is embedded in our approach to service delivery and ensuring that regular reviews of our rules and standing orders are undertaken so ensuring they are fit for purpose.
Find out who our Board Members are and the roles they play in the organisation.
Details of the fees our board members receive as part of their role.
A full list of all our board and committee meetings.