Roddons appoints new managing director

12:00 03 February 2013

Roddons Housing Association.

Roddons Housing Association.

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RODDONS Housing Association has appointed Jenny Hodson as its new managing director.

Ms Hodson’s previous role was Roddons Transition Manager, supporting the provision of new regional repairs and maintenance services.

Ms Hodson said: “I’m looking forward to continuing my work at Roddons, providing good quality homes and reliable services for our residents.

“I am particularly proud of our high customer satisfaction figures and I will try to ensure that this trend continues.”

Ms Hodson will report to Christopher Smith, Roddons Regional Operations Director.

He said: “Jenny really shone through the recruitment process and we were particularly impressed by her extensive experience across the housing sector and strong customer focus.”

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  • perhaps now roddons have a new managing director the house in burnsfield estate chatteris has been empty since may will soon be let

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    gander

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • perhaps now roddons have a new managing director the house in burnsfield estate chatteris has been empty since may will soon be let

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    gander

    Monday, February 4, 2013

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