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|Established||WECH was registered as a Housing Association in April 1991 and received the transfer of stock from Westminster City Council on 6 April 1992.|
WECH has 681 homes (Mar 21)
|Board||The WECH Board consists of 14 members elected from WECH shareholders, over 70% of whom are residents and up to 6 members co-opted for their knowledge and expertise. Details of the current Board can be found in the latest Annual Report.|
|CEO||The CEO is Matt Townsend. He has been in post since July 2020.|
|Turnover||Turnover and other finance details can be found in the latest Annual Report and Audited Accounts in our Resource hub.|
|Development||WECH is carrying out a £17.5 million new build and upgrade scheme on the Elgin Estate.|
If the remaining 70 Walterton houses still belonging to Westminster City Council are transferred to WECH a further £7 million will be spent on their refurbishment.
|Local authority||City of Westminster|