WLCA is led by a board of 12 directors who set the strategy and direction for the work of the organisation. There are both Resident Directors and Institutional Directors. The board meets every month and as well as receiving reports on the progress of current plans, it considers pressing issues about WLCA and decides on matters that affect the regeneration of Perry Common and much more. Our current Directors are listed below.
If you are a local resident, are passionate about your area and want to help shape it’s future, why not consider joining our board. We would be delighted to hear from you. For more information call Afzal Hussain on 0121 382 1930 or email Afzal.Hussain@wittonlodge.org.uk
Current Board Member Vacancies
Witton Lodge Community Interest Company (WLCIC) was established in 2015 to provide affordable, high-quality homes to support the communities we serve, so that people can live healthy and fulfilling lives. WLCIC is part of the well-established Witton Lodge Community Association group structure.
We are continuing to develop a strong and ambitious Board, and we are looking for new Board Members to join us. The Board has overall responsibility for our strategic direction, and we want to find individuals who share our values and will bring their skills and experience to support us in our work – complementing that already offered by our existing Board Members.
We are particularly interested in applications from individuals with expertise and experience in:
- Leadership/organisational and people
- Housing/customers and communities
- Property and housing development
- Legal and regulatory
- Finance and audit
If you have any questions or would like a discussion about the opportunity or request and application pack, please contact: Afzal Hussain on 0121 382 1930 or email: Afzal.email@example.com.
Linda Hines MBE
Resident Director/ Chair
Paul is a retired Building Society Commercial Manger who has been a Board member of WLCA for 20 years. Currently an independent director he has taken great pleasure in seeing the organisation develop in the size and scope of its work within the local community. His particular interest is in ensuring the long term growth and financial stability of WLCA so that much needed services can be provided for many years to come. Paul has been married for 35 years and beside his two daughters and grandchildren has many outside interests in particular cycling and travel.
Resident Director/ Deputy Chair
(Birmingham City Council)
Councillor Bob Beauchamp
(Birmingham City Council)