Hyde’s chief executive explains the parallels between his banking career and housing and how he intends to use third-party funding models to boost development
“The local children wanted the door to be Ferrari red, so we even phoned Ferrari to get the right colour codes,” says Andy Hulme.
The chief executive of Hyde Housing is speaking to Housing Today outside the Old Laundry, a former boiler house on an estate in Stockwell, south London, recently repurposed by the 50,000-home association as a community centre and local office.
Hulme, dressed casually in a dark blue Hyde polo shirt and jeans, is proudly trying to stress the extent to which Hyde has worked with the local community on the multi-million pound Old Laundry’s re-opening earlier this month.
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