The Board is responsible for governing bpha. Its central role is to direct the Association's work, determining strategic direction and policies in an effective and accountable way.
The Board delegates operational management – the implementation of Board policies and strategy – to bpha's staff, led by the Chief Executive and executive management team.
The Board is highly skilled, flexible and functional to ensure it is able to meet bpha’s needs. There are six external board members, including the local authority representative, that have been carefully chosen because of their commitment, skills and commercial experience, plus three executive directors.
There are also a number of committees of the Board, including an Operations Board that looks after the day to day running of bpha. This is where our independent resident members sit and the Resident Scrutiny and Improvement Group report into this group.
Two other committees are made up of board members and independent members; these are the Remuneration Committee and the Audit Committee.