Housing Scotland 2018 meet the speaker: Tony Stacey
Tony Stacey is CEO of South Yorkshire Housing Association.
The SFHA is delighted to announce Tony Stacey as one of the speakers at its Annual Conference.
Tony has been Chief Executive of South Yorkshire Housing Association since 1996. He has over 30 years’ experience of the social housing sector and was previously CEO Hexagon Housing Association. South Yorkshire Housing Association has won a string of national awards, including ‘Most Innovative Social Housing Organisation’ and ‘Best Provider of Care and Supported Housing’.
Tony is a member of the Housing Board of Sheffield’s LEP and sat on its Fairness Commission. He chaired PlaceShapers for five years, which promotes the values of community based associations. He has featured in the top 10 of the housing Power Players list for the last five years. In 2017, Tony received an OBE for services to social housing.
At the SFHA’s Annual Conference, Tony will talk about the work of South Yorkshire Housing Association and how it has created better lives and stronger communities for its tenants. During this session, delegates will also hear from Lesley Fraser, Director of Housing, Welfare and Regeneration at the Scottish Government, and Andrew VanDoorn, Chief Executive of HACT. The panel will share their views on the difference housing associations can make to health and wellbeing.
This year’s SFHA Annual Conference, entitled Housing Scotland, takes place on 12 and 13 June at the Radisson Blu Hotel in central Glasgow. Residential places start from £595 for SFHA members and £925 for non-members, or you can attend as a day delegate for as little as £270.
Take advantage of the current offers and book three places to receive a fourth free, or, in support of Year of the Young Person, bring an apprentice free for the day when you book a minimum of a day delegate place.
To book your place at this year’s Annual Conference, or for more information, please visit the ‘what’s on’ section of the SFHA website.
Look out for the next ‘meet the speaker’ in tomorrow’s issue of HST.