Sunday, 28 May 2017

New look Network

Helen Evans has navigated some tricky waters since becoming chief executive of Network Housing in 2011. Today, with the association’s transformation complete, she unveils ambitious plans for the future and sets out why she thinks some of the sector’s medium-sized players can compete with the giants in terms of delivery. Martin Hilditch finds out more

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