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We have a network of over 150 highly experienced associate consultants. They bring a wide range of strategic and technical skills, together with high level track records in different sectors, including central government, local government, social housing, care and support, charities and the commercial sector, and in different parts of the country. Our Associates are engaged either on a project by project basis or on a longer term basis when required.

We believe that our extensive network of high level contacts is second to none in the sectors in which we work. We make a point of ‘knowing who is out there’, and are able to engage directly with leading individuals. We are in regular contact with a considerable number of senior individuals and our networks include many more who are available for consultancy assignments, and interim management roles.

The following is a representative selection of our associate colleagues.

Alistair Sharpe Neal  95Alistair Sharpe-Neal has worked as a consultant in the social housing sector since 2003. He has worked on an options appraisal for Tower Hamlets Council and supported the executive teams of three ALMOs in launching or preparing their organisations for inspection.

male-silhouetteAllan is a highly experienced accountant and IT specialist, who carries out a wide variety of client projects for Campbell Tickell, such as business plan development, and component accounting in compliance with SORP. He combines a successful track record at senior level in the housing sector with the ability to focus on detail in complex projects.  He is a non- executive director of 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

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Andrew Heywood is a specialist in housing and mortgage markets, regulation, governance and European issues, with significant networks within the housing and mortgage sectors including lenders, politicians and officials in the UK government, the regulatory authorities and Europe.


Annelie has developed a particular specialism in working with housing co-operatives and tenant management organisations. She has worked in social housing for over 10 years and is experienced in governance, change management, organisational development, strategy, housing management and asset management.  She is Chair of Cowley RMO, a tenant management organisation in Lambeth where she has been involved for over a decade.

ben-wilsonQualified housing professional with 30 years' experience in social housing, including over 20 years at senior Director or Chief Executive level. Considerable experience in developing effective corporate and governance structures and in consumer and community involvement.

bill-barkworthBill is a specialist human resources and recruitment consultant with over 25 years within the executive and non-executive recruitment field. Bill’s current role includes recruitment for senior management, executive and non-executive roles where he manages and delivers the complete recruitment process including board appraisal and assessment, job evaluation, salary and reward reviews – including benchmarking advice and recommendations, competency modelling and competency based interview and job hunting training, outplacement advice and career counselling.


Bill brings over 20 years experience of working with housing associations and other voluntary organisations. Bill is Director of BG Audit & Consultancy Services which was set up in 2003 specifically to serve the interests of the voluntary sector. 


Caroline Wilson 95

Caroline has 25 years in the housing sector focusing on governance, corporate management, business management, business planning, property management, care and support, business development and regulation.  She is the current Chair of RICS Audit Committee. Caroline is a Trustee and Company Secretary of charity The Young Persons Concert Foundation.

Cath Davies 95

Cath Davies has worked in social housing for 30 years. She specialises in rent income collection, welfare reform, performance management and business improvement.


Chris has worked with social housing since 1982. He has a significant background in policy development, negotiation and representation at regional and national levels as Regional Manager for the National Housing Federation. His experience covers stock option and transfers, strategy development, tenant/staff surveys and system reviews.  He is currently Vice Chair of Age Concern Hereford and Worcester and board member of Adullam HA.

colin-sheriffColin has over 25 years experience at Executive level in housing associations.  He has undertaken a number of excutive interim roles, including CEO. He has been a non-executive Chair and Board member for a number of organisations in the housing, care and education sectors.


Conor is a qualified accountant and senior professional with over 15 years’ director-level experience in housing finance, development, joint ventures and relationships with lenders. Conor has a track record in turning around and managing finance teams and of building strong relationships with internal customers and external stakeholders.  He has held various non-executive positions over the years.

daniel-currieDaniel is a management consultant with 18 years’ experience of consulting to and managing voluntary sector agencies. During the last three years he has worked for Campbell Tickell, and as an independent consultant. He has worked with clients including: Alzheimer’s Research UK, Arthritis Care, Blue Sky, The Brooke, Epic Housing, The Health Foundation, Heart n Soul, Impetus Trust, Kickstart London, London Housing Foundation, Oxford City Council, Prison Reform Trust, Rank Foundation, and Streetwise Opera.


Danny specialises in housing and social policy, strategy, complex qualitative research and analysis, information and communication, project management, and managing change. He is an author of various publications for local authorities, government committees and regulator responses.

daphne-inghamDaphne has 20 years’ senior national experience in business development, strategy and growth in housing, care and support, and health. A CT Associate Consultant since 2010, she has up-to-date knowledge of markets and trends. She works across diverse service models, client groups and partnerships, and maintains wide networks of contacts.

David Coleman

David is a health and safety specialist with extensive knowledge and experience in the care and support, housing, local authority and education sectors.   He delivers a wide range of training including basic health and safety, fire safety, manual handling and risk assessment and develops management systems, policy and procedure reviews.  David is a member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health and the Institute of Fire Safety Managers.

male-silhouetteDavid Hall, (BA Hons, CPFA) has worked in the local government and housing sectors for around 30 years and is a leading specialist in social housing finance. He is an economics graduate who, after working and qualifying as an accountant in local government, moved into consultancy in 1990 and worked for Chapman Hendy Associates, HACAS, Tribal and Sector – the latter two in a Director role - before becoming freelance in 2013.


David, who is a graduate of the Harvard Business School, began his career in local government where he qualified as an accountant before joining Orbit Group in 1977 as finance director. He became chief executive four years later at the age of 32.

david-mynorsA former IT Director with considerable public and private sector experience and expertise in IT strategy and contingency planning. David has also advised on developing contact / customer service centres and IT procurement.

ed-duguidHas worked in housing for more than 35 years. Experienced in carrying out a governance reviews, and assisting housing associations out of Housing Corporation supervision; governance reviews; drafting the Corporate Strategy or Business Plan and assisting in drafting the Corporate Strategy or Business Plan.


Graham has extensive experience in advising and supporting organisations and businesses in their financial stewardship, governance and secretarial, commercial management, and in undertaking substantive transactions.

helen-gregoryHelen has worked in social housing for 20 years. She is experienced in all aspects of customer services, housing management, performance management, homelessness, developing Service Standards, prevention of anti social behaviour, resident involvement developing capacity to improve resident scrutiny, project management and managing change.

ibi-esoIbi Eso is an experienced company secretary with a solid track record in governance consulting in housing, public and private sectors. Qualified as a lawyer and as a Chartered Secretary, she has been a governance consultant and interim manager over the past six years.


Iftikhar is a customer services specialist with a wealth of experience in both private and public sectors. He has particularly focused on local authorities and housing associations over the past 12 years.  His skill base includes business strategy and consulting, programme and project management, organisational change/transformation, and business process re-engineering.  

irene-bannon20 years’ experience in the sector and a strong reputation for creating dynamic, successful and innovative businesses that deliver excellent customer service and high performance. Extensive experience of strategy and policy development, change management, service improvement and project set-up developed in G15 associations.

Jane Taylor 95

Jane is a wide-ranging management consultant who specialises in project and programme management, corporate governance, performance improvement, risk management, partnership working and business development.  She has been working with Campbell Tickell as a consultant since 2013 on projects such as mergers, appraisals and strategic options reviews. Her specialist areas include housing, social care, sports and leisure.

Jill Woolf 95Jill is a senior communications associate covering strategy/planning, stakeholder surveys, corporate literature, crisis management, internal communications, websites/intranets and event management.

joanna-daveyJoanna Davey is a highly experienced consultant and facilitor, delivering services for CT to a wide range of public sector and not-for-profit organisations in the South West, including housing associations. 

Jon Fitzmaurice 95

Jon has worked largely in the voluntary sector for more than 30 years. Since 2000, he has worked as a consultant and has been involved in a wide variety of projects for charities, social enterprises and housing and homelessness providers.  Jon has experience in business and strategic planning; governance and board development; organisational reviews; funding strategies; and mergers, partnerships and collaborations. He is the author of the NCVO’s Good Guide To Working With Consultants.

jon-watsonOver 20 years' experience at director level in a large, national RSL. Skills include RSL management and governance; strategy and business planning; development, regeneration and asset management; procurement; project management of major projects, new initiatives and organisational change.


Over the past 20 years, Jonathan has held various roles within the housing and care sectors.  He has extensive experience of managing housing and maintenance services.  He is a skilled communicator who, through the development of innovative learning and communication tools, has succeeded in delivering successful change at organisation-wide and individual levels.  

julia-greenwoodJulia has worked in social housing for nearly 30 years and is a leading expert in the field of Leasehold Management, both for Right to Buy and Shared Ownership.  She has a background in housing law and legal training and extensive leasehold management project management experience with a number large of RSLs in London and the South East.

karen-cooperKaren has worked in the voluntary and social housing sectors for nearly twenty years. She was previously the Chief Executive of two local, community-based housing associations and has extensive knowledge of the particular challenges that face small and specialist providers with limited resources. Karen is passionate about delivering excellent customer services and involving service users in real way, within both RSLs and voluntary agencies delivering care and support.

karen-pattenKaren is an experienced researcher and senior manager within the care and housing support sector. She has worked for a variety of small voluntary agencies, large national housing associations and local authorities throughout her career and has been fully engaged in and lead on the procurement and commissioning of Care, Supporting People services, Vocational and Community services, both as commissioner and provider of services. 


Katy is a senior associate consultant with Campbell Tickell with expertise in human resources and organisational development. She has more than 20 years’ experience of providing HR leadership in not-for-profit organisations, including in the social and supported housing sectors.  She has considerable experience of advising Chief Executives, Executive Teams, Chairs and Boards and is herself a Trustee.


Kay is a qualified housing professional who has worked for many years at executive level, including in housing associations, local authorities and at the housing regulator.

keith-carterKeith Carter specialises in asset management and development. He has been a consultant and interim manager for the past five years. He has recently been working part time for a medium-sized maintenance contractor advising on performance issues.

keith-lindupKeith Lindup has more than 30 years’ experience in the housing sector, working in consultancy, local government, ALMOs and housing associations and also on the contracting side, providing him with an insight to all areas.


Keith is a wide-ranging senior manager and troubleshooter. He has served as interim Chief Executive and Director in a number of housing associations, ALMOs and councils. His specialist areas include asset management, performance improvement, staff leadership, governance and mergers. He has served as a Board member of two housing associations and a trustee of several charities.

kelly-shawKelly has a 16-year track record of working in executive and non-executive recruitment. Specialising across a range of sectors to include public, private, health and not-for-profit, Kelly began her recruitment career with KPMG where she spent six years in Executive Resourcing.

lesley-carterLesley Carter has been a consultant, interim manager and coach for the past fourteen years, working on a wide range of project-based and operational assignments. She has extensive procurement, service review and Best Value experience.Lesley has held a number of senior roles in local government.


Liz is a governance consultant and executive coach with broad strategic skills. Her experience includes governance appraisals and review, recruitment, Board training and facilitating awaydays. She has worked in housing for over 30 years, including as Director of Policy at the National Housing Federation. Liz was Chair of Orbit Group from 2007 to 2013.


Liz is a highly experienced Chartered Accountant and a specialist in risk management and business assurance. She is an acknowledged expert on the design and implementation of review frameworks to monitor compliance with complex regulatory regimes. Liz has spent the last 12 years working as a consultant, specialising in financial processes, systems and controls and developing pragmatic, risk-based action plans to address problems identified.


Manjul Shah is an independent housing and regeneration consultant and has been an Associate Consultant since November 2011.  Manjul has over 18 years’ experience in dealing with housing strategy, development and finance.

martin-cheesemanMartin Cheeseman is a senior Director with a successful track record in Housing, Regeneration & Adult Social Care. He is recognised nationally as one of the most experienced and influential Local Government Directors in both Housing and Social Care. He is a national authority on Social Housing and in particular the interface between Housing, Health and Social Care. 

mary-hopeMary has over 25 years experience in HR management. She is a fellow of CIPD and has experience in both the private sector and public sectors. Mary is a qualified psychometric tester, executive coach and trainer.

mary-nankivellA qualified accountant with over 20 years' experience as consultant and RSL Board member. Specialises in strategic options for RSLs and local authorities including community regeneration, mergers and stock transfers, business planning, policy and research

Michele Williamson 95Organisational development and personal growth are the key outcomes of Michele’s work as a coaching and organisational psychologist and human resources consultant.  In recent years much of her work has been associated with the social housing sector.

nick-cromwellNick has over twenty years' experience in management and personal development. He began his career in teaching, worked in local government and later in housing. His background incorporates the voluntary, public and private sectors, and he has coached senior executives across a variety of sectors, as well as coaching and supervising other coaches.

Nick Dudman   95Nick has extensive experience in social housing, both as a consultant and in a variety of executive roles. He has at one time or another been chief executive at 13 housing associations and a member of the senior executive team at 5 of the G15 Group of large London associations.


Qualified accountant with extensive experience at senior manager level bringing vision, resiliency and successful operational experience in delivering internal customer service and improvement in the area of IT, Finance, Asset Management and Repairs.  He specialises in the purchase and sale of asset, project management and problem solving.

niku-mawbyOver 25 years' experience in housing management, development and governance. Audit Commission Affiliate Inspector, and has helped many RSLs prepare for inspection. Extensive Equality and Diversity experience ranging from audits to training. Board member of two housing groups.

paul-bragmanPaul has 20 years’ experience of community and economic development work in the voluntary, housing and statutory sector in the UK and overseas. Extensive experience of community regeneration in UK and developing countries. Has managed participatory evaluations, and established numerous successful community development projects. 

peter-clelandPeter is an experienced interim executive finance director with a wide range of skills and competencies, with considerable experience of dealing with complex managerial, property and financial issues. Previously Peter worked in private and public sectors and in public benefit organisations.

peter-daveyPeter Davey specialises in helping housing associations, local authorities and charities develop the quality of their services and approaches to governance, strategic planning, resident involvement and equality and diversity.  He has extensive experience as a director, manager, consultant and trainer with housing associations, charities, local government and the private sector, and a successful record of delivering consultancy and interim management assignments.

philomena-haywardPhilomena Hayward is an experienced and highly skilled leadership coach with more than 20 years experience in organisation and leadership development.  Clients range from FTSE 100 listed corporates to key organisations in the housing sector.  Works with senior leaders and teams to create success. Facilitates powerful, tailored processes, including one to one coaching, team development, organisation development. Strong background informed by professional training and accreditation. 


Rachel’s expertise ranges from frontline housing management across all aspects of customer services, performance and financial management. She has strong experience of policy and service standards development, quality assurance and process mapping She is a particular specialist in choice-based lettings systems, and allocations.


Rajul is a property development professional with over 25 years in the housing sector. He offers a specialist land and site-finding service and, together with his accounting background, has helped several major housing associations develop and expand into new areas. Rajul purchased the first Private Sale Scheme for Notting Hill Housing Trust, which became the springboard for launching ‘Notting Hill London’.

Richard Broomfield 95

Richard is a qualified town planner, and has worked in the property field for some 30 years, including serving as Director of Development for three substantial housing associations.  He is a highly experienced development professional who has delivered a wide range of programmes for housing associations and local authorities, including procurement and planning, property management, development training and has undertaken research for the National Housing Federation and the Homes & Communities Agency.


Richard has a passion for customer service and an exceptional track record of delivery in a wide variety of different environments including the public, private and voluntary sectors.  He has developed a particular expertise in change development and management, and works closely with tenants, board members and other stakeholders to improve services. His experience includes senior corporate services roles for a variety of organisations.

Roger Maddams 95

Roger is a Finance Director with 25 years’ post-qualification experience in the commercial and housing association sectors. He has operated at director level in a number of organisations, including interim director roles over the past five years. He has extensive company secretarial experience, and is used to directing large teams of staff, negotiating with funders, delivering efficiency savings, supporting budget-holders through the planning cycle, risk management and enabling growth and innovation. His expertise includes BRIXX modelling..


Rosie is an advisor to the charity and housing sectors.  She spent 10 years at the Charity Commission as Director of Policy & Effectiveness, responsible for leading on policy, corporate affairs and strategic planning. Prior to that, she served as Assistant Director (Regulation Policy) at the Housing Corporation. Rosie has in-depth experience of governance issues in a wide variety of national and local settings.

sandra-royerUntil recently and for eight years Sandra held the post of Director of Housing Management for Brent Housing Partnership, the Brent Council ALMO. In that role, she led the organisation through two inspections, achieving three star excellent prospects ratings. She also led the organisation’s consultancy team.

sarah-brownSarah has been working with Campbell Tickell as a senior associate consultant since 2004. She advises on governance, organisational design, strategic and operational planning, performance management and service improvement. She also conducts inquiries into allegations, complaints and grievances.

stephanie-bamfordFormer Director of Corporate Affairs, William Sutton Trust. Specialises in governance, regulation and inspection, equality and diversity, working with boards. Adviser to UNECE Committee on Human Settlements.


Steve is a consultant experienced in housing stock transfers, registration and governance matters, who was Senior Registrations Advisor at the Homes & Communities Agency until late 2013.  Prior to that Steve was Senior Adviser in the Tenant Services Authority’s and the Housing Corporation’s Stock Transfer Registration Unit. He previously worked as an auditor in local authority and health settings.


Stuart is a consultant working in communications, media and publishing. He is a former award-winning journalist and editor on a number of national and business trade publications, including Inside Housing. Stuart’s principal expertise is in the UK affordable and social housing sector where he helps organisations reach their target audiences using a variety of media. Stuart has produced a number of influential reports in partnership with politicians and housing industry bodies.


Stuart is a licensed and qualified assessor on psychometric training, who has been a consultant since 1988.  He specialises in management training and development, management assessment and testing, job evaluation and performance management. He was a Founder Member of the British Psychological Society’s Register of Competence in Occupational Testing. 

susan-frenchA senior consultant in social housing, who has over 20 years’ experience in the sector. Susan has a strong reputation for creating dynamic, successful and innovative businesses that deliver excellent customer service and high performance. In addition she has extensive experience of strategy and policy development, change management, service improvement and project set-up developed in G15 associations.


Tom has more than 20 years’ experience at executive level. He has a first-rate track record in developing innovative housing solutions that cross the public and private sectors and in devising models of structures and governance. He has extensive experience of managing housing under contract for local authority, health trusts and others. He brings Board experience of both public and private sectors, and most recently of an ALMO.

Tony Baines   Small

Tony Baines is highly qualified and experienced as a Senior Manager and Management Consultant / Quality Standard Assessor / Trainer / Teacher / Coach / Mentor who has worked in and with many types and all sizes of organization - in different capacities – in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.

zaidee-o-dellExtensive housing experience as consultant and senior manager. Specialises in project management, performance management.

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