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Publications

We are often approached to assist our clients with their annual reports, good practice guides, resident newsletters, policies and procedures and research reports.

For more information on how to obtain a copy of any of our publications, please contact us.

Some examples of our recent work as follows:

finding-new-trustees-what-charities-need-to-know

October 2007

Official guidance from the Charity Commission (CC30), intended to help charities to recruit new trustees effectively and increase the range of skills and experience on their board.

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trustee-standards-in-practice-a-guide-for-smaller-organisations

January 2007

This online guide about the National Occupational Standards for Trustees and Management Committee Members provides practical advice on different approaches to applying the Standards and how to use them to get the most from boards. 

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the-developing-new-approach-to-investment-an-evaluation

December 2006

A report by Campbell Tickell for the Housing Corporation, the report represents an independent evaluation of the Housing Corporation's opening up of Social Housing Grant to non-housing associations.

better-services-for-all

November 2006

A report researching the reasons behind Black and Minority Ethnic tenants appearing to be less satisfied than White British tenants. Includes an ‘Ideas and Resources' toolkit to help social landlords provide better services for all residents.

with-the-best-of-intentions-learning-from-problem-cases

July 2006

A report for the Housing Corporation by Campbell Tickell. The report analyses 19 failing housing associations and the reasons for their failure: “Leading up to the problems, we see lack of Board control, Board inexperience and lack of awareness of the organisation's real position.

bme-housing-associations-and-stock-transfers

September 2005

Project sponsored by the Housing Corporation and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, authored by Campbell Tickell and launched by Steve Douglas, Deputy Chief Executive of the Housing Corporation.

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