The Northern Housing Awards will bring the sector together virtually to celebrate its achievements on Thursday 13th May 2021, followed by an unique opportunity to hear from this year’s winners at the Winners’ Insight Conference on the 1st June.
Our immersive, virtual platform, for both the awards and conference, will allow you to reconnect with colleagues and peers from the comfort of your own home.
Conference Programme TBA
Virtual event pass
The virtual event pass includes:
I’m a comedian, actor, writer and radio presenter.
I’ve done a couple of pantomimes and more theatrically, two very lovely plays at the Royal Exchange in Manchester.
I’m very good at hosting corporate events and after dinner stuff. (I’ve got my own black suit and everything)
I write and appear in the Radio 4 sitcom called Everyone Quite Likes Justin.
I’m a vegetarian, dog owner, father of two and I like Batman quite a bit.
I won Celebrity Mastermind in 2011
– my chosen subject was Les Dawson.
I once delivered a car to Sally on Coronation Street.
(I was Doug, she told me to do one. I did one. Then I went back to Weatherfield for three episodes as Dean Upton the landlord of The Flying Horse).
Chief Executive of the Northern Housing Consortium (NHC)
Prior to joining the NHC in 2006, Tracy held a variety of senior marketing and business development posts in blue chip private sector organisations, including Fast Moving Consumer Goods giant, Robert McBride, and Sage Software.
With the housing sectors’ ever-increasing focus on driving efficiencies, Tracy has been instrumental in ensuring that NHC offers its members products and services which support them with achieving this aim, and developing solutions which can help improve the service they offer to their customers. Tracy has also helped to develop NHC’s influencing activities, particularly around placemaking and addressing quality issues within the North’s housing stock.
Tracy is also an Independent Board Director of The Gateshead Housing Company and a Trustee of Age UK North Tyneside.
Oasis Community Housing exist to reignite a hope and a future for everyone facing homelessness. We believe that anyone’s life can be transformed however dark things may seem, and that everyone has worth and value. Every year we walk with over 2,000 people as they journey out of homelessness across our North East and London based projects.
We address the immediate needs and root causes of homelessness; through supported housing projects, unique residential projects for mums and babies who need intensive help to stay together, crisis intervention for rough sleepers, aid for women living with domestic abuse and programmes for those furthest from the job market.
As we put a roof over people’s heads and support them to overcome the barriers they face, we strive to provide a place of belonging where they can find community, relationships, security and a new future.