Paul was appointed as our Chief Executive in December 2012. Before that he spent four years as our Chief Operating Officer and oversaw the transformation of service delivery.
Paul worked with residents to create a ground breaking resident governance structure that’s achieved both high levels of customer satisfaction and value for money.
Paul has worked in the housing association sector since 1989. Before joining AmicusHorizon, Paul was Executive Director: Development and New Business with Moat. He led Moat's merger with Bourne Housing Society and oversaw a number of major regeneration projects, including Moat’s first PFI. He also spent eight and a half years at the London and Quadrant Group, where he set up and ran London and Quadrant Forest Homes - a stock transfer subsidiary in East London.
Paul is Deputy Chair of g15 – the group of London’s 15 largest housing associations. g15 house 1 in 10 Londoners and build a quarter of all new homes in London each year. Between them g15 own and manage 550,000 homes, build 10,000 homes each year and have a 93,000 home development pipeline.
Paul is a Chartered Surveyor and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing. He also sits on the Board of Gallions Housing Association.
“I look forward to coming into work every morning - knowing what a massive difference we make.
Every week 30 families are given the keys to an AmicusHorizon home. I feel immensely proud to work for a social business who’s purpose is to improve lives. Every penny of surplus we make gets spent on new homes and better services.”
Paul Hackett talks about our Success, Satisfaction and Scrutiny report.