Our People

Our People

Our work is more than about homes, it is about the people that live in them and our teams pride themselves on forging strong relationships with our residents and the wider community – continuously striving to make the borough a great place to live.

We are here for the people of Warrington – from repairs and improvements to your homes, support with maintaining independent living, and advice on money matters to community activities and neighbourhood events – or just a chat and a cuppa.

David Cummins

David Cummins

Chief Executive

David has overall responsibility for delivering the Association's Business Plan Objectives.

Kirsty Capper

Kirsty Capper

Director of Resources

Kirsty is responsible for delivering the Association's Finance, IT and Business Support services.

Niki Stockton

Niki Stockton

Director of Operations

Niki is responsible for the management & strategic development of the Operations Directorate.

Kath Jarvis

Kath Jarvis

Director of Customer Service

Kath is responsible for ensuring that residents receive an excellent and responsive Housing Management Service.

Jackie Lawton

Jackie Lawton

Business Support Manager

Jackie is responsible for dealing with the people, policies and recruitment for the Association.

Gerry Kiddle

Gerry Kiddle

Director of WHiA & LifeTime

Geraldine is responsible for ensuring the delivery of services through WHiA(Warrington Home Improvement Agency) and LifeTime.

Mark Myers

Mark Myers

Asset Manager

Mark is responsible for delivering an effective customer focussed repairs service, along with overseeing the maintenance, compliance & planned works programme.

Operations

Operations

The Operations department is responsible for delivering Housing Services, Property Services, Customer Services, Money Advice and Community Development & Tenant Participation to our customers.

Resources

Resources

The Resources Department is responsible for delivering Finance, I.T. and Business Support Services, including Governance and H.R., across the Association.

WHiA & LifeTime

WHiA & LifeTime

The WHiA Department is responsible for delivering repairs, improvements & adaptation services to older, disabled or vulnerable people and families on low in incomes who own their home or live in private rented accommodation.

The LifeTime Department is responsible for delivering age-relevant advice, training, social events, health information & support to the over 55's in Warrington.

Testimonials

“I felt like a big weight had been lifted off my shoulders and that I had somebody on my side”

Barbara, WHA resident

“Warrington Housing Association’s Whia service is great, as it helps people stay in their own home, and this is really complimented by the fact that you are then introduced to their other services like the LifeTime centre – which shows they really care for the community they work in.”

Barry and Lynn

“Our home is in a quiet neighbourhood with lovely neighbours – which makes such a difference. But equally, Warrington Housing Association has always been really helpful”

Patrick and Heather, WHA residents

Warrington Housing Association 

Contact Us

Tel: 01925 246810
Fax: 01925 246814
Email: admin@wha.org.uk

Warrington Housing Association, the Gateway, 89 Sankey Street, Warrington, WA1 1SR

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