Local social business BCHG bolsters senior team
Leading local social business, Black Country Housing Group (BCHG) has bolstered its senior team with the appointment of Adrian Eggington as Director of Operations.
Adrian joins BCHG from London-based registered provider C&C where he was Director of Resident Services. He brings with him over 25 years experience of working with vulnerable people in community-based organisations. Prior to his time at C&C, Adrian spent 13 years working for the South Staffordshire Housing Association.
At BCHG Adrian will be responsible for asset management, property maintenance and the development portfolio across the Black Country and Birmingham. He will also play a leading role in the organisation’s residential care development programme which includes Gower Gardens, a 66 bed, state-of-the-art care home in Dudley which will be specially equipped to help those with dementia.
Commenting on Adrian’s appointment, Amanda Tomlinson, chief executive of BCHG said:
“I’m delighted to welcome Adrian to BCHG and look forward to working closely with him. His knowledge of and experience in this sector will help BCHG expand and continue to offer a wide range of services to local communities. With Adrian shaping the development portfolio we will ensure that our properties meet the high standards that our customers rightly expect.”
Adrian Eggington added:
“I have long admired BCHG’s ethos and share its values. I believe that organisations like BCHG have a duty to invest in the people and communities which they serve. I look forward to working with colleagues across the organisation to deliver social value and really make a difference to our communities.”
BCHG provides over 2000 homes for families including older and younger people as well as those with a learning disability as well as supporting over 13,000 customers with employment advice, care and support, and home improvements.