Interview: Paul Hackett on the London social housing scene

Paul Hackett headshot provided by Optivo low-res

The chair of the G15 group of London housing associations has worked in the sector for 30 years – how does he see its future unfolding?

The job of chairing the G15 group of London’s largest housing associations moves from one member association to another every two years, and Paul Hackett, chief executive of Optivo, has found himself in the chair during a particularly uncertain and potentially testing time. With Brexit on the horizon, a London property market that is faltering and a continuing crisis in housing affordability, there are major issues to address. 

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