10 Apr 2024

Mark Jones, Executive Director of Property Services at Acis Group, has recently accepted the role of Chair of EN:Able Build, the specialist land development arm of social housing consortium Efficiency North.

Efficiency North works with clients and partners to build communities in Northern England. They provide a range of innovative professional services such as procurement for social housing, employment & training, land development and funding and support for social and economic regeneration.

EN:Able Build was established in 2018 to help speed the delivery of affordable housing across the North of England working in close partnership with landowners, developers, local authorities, and Efficiency North's membership of Registered Providers of social housing.

Mark joined Acis Group in December 2019 and has worked in social housing for over 38 years.  He was appointed Vice Chair of Efficiency North in 2021 and has a wealth of leadership and operational experience, with extensive senior leadership knowledge.  He has significant experience of transformation and service improvement, working closely with the boards of previous organisations. Mark has served on the international advisory board for the School of Business and Economics at Leicester University, and is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing.

Acis Group provide more than 7,000 affordable homes across the East Midlands, Yorkshire and The Humber, with homes spread across towns, cities and rural villages.

Richard Greenwood, Director of Operations at EN:Able Build, said: “It’s fantastic to welcome Mark as Chair of EN:Able Build, in addition to his role as Vice Chair of Efficiency North.  Mark’s extensive experience and knowledge of the social housing and construction sector is exactly the expertise we want to steer the development of EN:Able Build. This appointment will help us deliver more much-needed new affordable homes for Efficiency North’s membership and the communities they serve.”

For further information on Efficiency North you can visit https://www.efficiencynorth.org.

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