Governance is the way we
are run to make sure we conduct our business effectively and work
within our rules and regulations.
At the present time, RBH
is governed by a Board made up of tenants, independents and council
appointees. More information, including a number of documents
that set out how we conduct ourselves and what rules we follow, can
be found at the bottom of the page.
From June 2013, The new mutual RBH
will operate in a way that engages tenants and employees to take
real decisions on what the priorities are for our customers and how
the organisation will be run to achieve these.
Members - Membership is optional but gives
Members the right to:
· Attend, speak and vote at Members’
· Elect representatives to the Representative
· Stand for election to the Representative
Representative Body –will be
made up of:
· 15 tenant
· 3 representatives from the
Tenant Management Organisations.
· 8 employee
· 2 Council
· 3 appointed representatives
from external organisations.
The responsibilities of the Representative
Body will include setting the society’s policy framework and
appointing (and removing) the Board of Directors.
Board - the Board will be
made up of 8 non-executive directors (this means
that they are volunteers and are not paid employees) and
2 executive directors (who are employed by