Our Board Members
Board Member, Dolphin Living
Olivia joined the Board of Westminster Community Homes in 2017. Since April 2017 Olivia has been Chief Executive at Dolphin Living. Dolphin Living is an investor and developer of homes for workers on modest incomes located in and around Westminster. Previously, Olivia was Finance Director at Dolphin Living, providing financial and commercial oversight on a wide range of property and related projects, including debt and fund raising. Olivia is a Chartered Accountant and has worked for more than 20 years in the property industry.
Mark joined the Board of Westminster Community Homes in 2024.
Mark is a founding Director of Integer Advisory Limited, a consultancy which advises Registered Providers, public sector agencies and investors in the social housing, local government and UK infrastructure sectors. Prior to establishing the company, Mark was a Partner in a large financial services provider based in the City.
Mark has worked in the social housing sector for around 20 years and has previously been Vice Chair at Fortis Living (now part of Platform Housing Group), where he also Chaired the Audit and Risk Committee.
Mark is particularly focussed on developing the governance and risk management frameworks at WCH while building on our delivery of quality services for existing residents and more social housing within the City in line with the objectives of both WCH and the City Council.
Board Member, WCC
Tom is Head of Responsible Economy and Development at Westminster Council providing direction to the Council’s work on engaging businesses in the community through social value and social responsibility. Tom’s has had a career specialising in community impact through roles as Director of a Westminster based charity; a consultant on the New Deal for Communities programme and at Westminster Council overseeing the establishment of high profile project local employment and volunteering programmes.
Victoria joined the Board of Westminster Community Homes in 2024.
Victoria has been involved in Social Housing for 20 years, first as a board member for many years at Sanctuary and subsequently as chair of the Social Sector (Building Safety) Engagement Best Practice Group set up after the Grenfell tragedy to look at good resident engagement’s role in improving building safety.
She is currently on the board of LEASE, the Leasehold Advisory Service and for many years chaired First Tier Tribunals (Property Chamber).
She trained as a solicitor and lives in Westminster.
Gary joined the Board of Westminster Community Homes in 2024.
Gary qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte and has over three decades of experience across a range of sectors and companies. Gary is Finance Director for Dolphin Living, an independent charity which provides affordable housing to working Londoners. Prior to that, he worked in the property industry for just over 12 years at listed real estate companies, Derwent London, CLS Holdings and Inland Homes.
Boe joined the Board of Westminster Community Homes in 2024.
Andy joined the Board of Westminster Community Homes in 2024.
Andrew has had a long-standing interest in housing and health-related matters and has had a variety of non-executive director roles across these sectors including being a former Chair and Vice-Chair of CityWest Homes and a Non-Executive Director at Westminster NHS Primary Care Trust for 9 years.
Since 2002, Andrew has been involved with Richmond Fellowship, a national provider of care and support services to people with mental health challenges and a registered provider of supported housing. He is currently Governance Manager.
He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Management Accountants with a broad background in finance and governance related issues, specialising in merger, de-merger and other due diligence activities.
He has built up a broad career background having worked in some of the UK’s largest private and public sector organisations, including Diageo, British Gas, Pearson, P&O, Transport for London and the NHS.
From 1997-2002 Andrew was an elected member of Westminster City Council, representing Westbourne ward.