Designate Board and Executive team announced for new Peabody

Designate Board and Executive team announced for new Peabody

Designate Board and Executive team announced for new Peabody

The existing Peabody and Family Mosaic Boards and Executive Teams will continue until completion of the merger, expected to be July 2017.

The designate Executive Team members are:

The designate Board members are:

Please note that following legal merger the designate Board members will form the Boards of the principal Registered Providers in the combined Peabody Group (Peabody, Family Mosaic and Gallions).

Your views on our future

Your views on our future

We believe that the greater scale of the combined associations will make it possible for us to achieve much more than  we could do as two separate organisations. Although the boards of both organisations have already agreed the merger should go ahead, we wanted to seek your views on this proposal – so that’s exactly what we’ve done.

Consultation with residents

In January, we held 10 face-to-face resident meetings across London to discuss our plans and give you all the information we had available. Nearly 300 residents joined us at these meetings and a range of issues were discussed at each meeting. We also invited you to share your views with us by writing to us or using our website. We found that 81% of you either support the merger or feel neutral about it. Only 19% of you had a negative opinion. This is very encouraging but we are taking care to listen to those of you with concerns about the changes.

Many of you wanted to know how the merger might affect your tenancy or rent. Some asked if your repairs would be affected while others asked if the new organisation would continue providing community services. You can see a list of all of the most frequently questions and our response to them on this page. We will keep adding any new questions to it as we receive them.

To find out more about Peabody, you can visit www.peabody.org.uk.

Are you elderly or disabled and in need of help at home?

Are you elderly or disabled and in need of help at home?

For 100 years Bishop Creighton House has been working in Hammersmith & Fulham providing support for older, vulnerable and disabled people

We can provide a skilled carpenter to carry out jobs such as putting up shelves, building flat pack furniture and fitting doors. The cost is £40 per hour plus the price of materials. A discount can be offered to people on benefits.

We offer free home security assessments.  If any additional security equipment is needed to make your home more secure we can supply and fit this for a fee of £10 (free to those receiving benefits).  This service is for people aged over 65, those with a disability and victims of hate crime, burglary and domestic violence who live in H&F.

For more info:

Tel:  020 7385 9689

Email:  [email protected]