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30 Aug, Glasgow

SFHA 42nd Annual General Meeting (AGM)

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Wed, 30 Aug from
11:00 to 15:30 (BST)


200 SVS
200 St Vincent St, Glasgow , G2 5NW

Following the AGM, the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has announced the election of its new Chair, Gerry O’Sullivan takes over from Steve Delaney who has served as Chair since August 2014.

Mr Delaney, a Board Member of Grampian Housing Association, will continue as a Board Director of the SFHA. He said:

“As someone who grew up in social housing, the opportunity to serve as Chair of the SFHA has truly been an honour and a privilege beyond what I could have imagined. It was an opportunity to give something back to society, and there was, certainly, never a dull moment, nor one without challenges, over the past three years.

“I warmly welcome Gerry O’Sullivan’s election as my successor, someone who will be a strong leader for the sector in the coming months and years. Gerry has already served on our Board for three years and chaired our Finance, Audit and Risk Committee for two of those. 

“Gerry’s dedication and commitment since joining the SFHA Board has been second to none, I and wish him well for the future, knowing he will make his mark on both the SFHA and the sector as we open a new chapter in our history.”

Prior to his retirement, Gerry O’Sullivan worked for over 30 years in social housing at City Council and at Glasgow Housing Association. Mr O’Sullivan is a Board Member and former Chair at Bield Housing and Care. 

Mr O’Sullivan said:

“I am delighted to have been elected Chair of the SFHA. I would like to thank Steve Delaney for his service and dedication to SFHA over the past three years.

“I look forward to working with our new Chief Executive, Sally Thomas, and SFHA Board Directors and staff, to lead the sector through the challenges the coming years will bring.”

The SFHA Annual report was also launched at the AGM, if you would like to download a copy, please visit HERE

Thankyou all who attended.

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