Kris Peach Joins Board of Trafford Housing Trust

Trafford Housing Trust elects a new board member as Non-Executive Director (NED)

by THT | 07/10/20

Kris Peach, the Director of Extra Care at Housing 21, has joined the board of Trafford Housing Trust as a Non-Executive Director (NED).

Kris has worked in the Housing and Care sector for 20 years in both an operational and development capacity, and in his current role at Housing 21 he has overseen the expansion of Extra Care schemes for older people across the country, including the management and operation of over 140 schemes.

Kris said: “I am very happy to have joined the Trust, particularly at this challenging time when providing social housing and stable home life is more important than ever.  With many years’ experience caring for the elderly I am particularly looking forward to working with the team behind our independent living schemes.

“Having grown up myself in social housing in the North West I understand better than most the importance of the role it has to play, and how providing good quality homes alongside care and support is vital to people’s health and well-being.”

Larry Gold, Chief Executive of Trafford Housing Trust, said: “We are delighted to welcome Kris to the business.  He brings a huge amount of experience of caring for the elderly, which will be enormously beneficial to our independent living schemes, along with a real passion and enthusiasm for providing homes for those who need them most.  I’m confident Kris will have a considerable role to play as we continue to tackle the housing crisis.”

For all media related enquiries please contact:

Craig Brownsell
craig.brownsell@traffordhousingtrust.co.uk
07436 631487

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