Posted by: Caroline Thorpe15/07/2010
Even if you’re not, you’ve probably heard that the institute is planning a major shakeup of the way it is run.
The changes are pretty significant: they include handing the president’s governing powers to a new, elected chair. Meanwhile the president continues to carry out ambassadorial duties.
But what do members think of the plans? And how exactly are they going to work in practice? Inside Housing is giving you the chance to put your questions – and any concerns you might have - about the changes to new institute president Paddy Gray.
We will print them, along with his answers, in a special leadership supplement, free with your 30 July issue of Inside Housing.
So get those burning issues off your chest. You can respond below or email your questions direct to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be accepting them up until 10am on Monday, 19 July.
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