The deputy chief executive of a newly merged London housing association has announced her departure from the organisation. Elizabeth Froude, deputy chief executive of Notting Hill Genesis, said today that she was leaving her role.

A London council has appointed the board for its housing company, with a former regional Barratt Homes boss as its chair. Richard Reynolds, previously managing director for London and the South East at Barratt, will head the board of Lambeth Council’s company, Homes for Lambeth (HfL). Wendy Stokes, who was formerly managing director of Ealing Council’s development company Broadway Living, has been appointed as a non-executive director along side Peter Walters, chair of Sutton Council’s ALMO, Sutton Housing Partnership. Six senior officers and one councillor at the local authority will make up the rest of the HfL board.

Cornwall Care, the largest care provider in Cornwall, has appointed Anne Thomas as its new CEO.

David Orr, former chief executive of the National Housing Federation (NHF), has joined the board of the UK’s largest housing association. Mr Orr has joined the group board of 125,000-home association Clarion-today, a month after stepping down from his position at t he NHF.

Birch Green Care Home in Skelmersdale, Lancashire has made two senior appointments to lead the next phase of its development. Vicky Sudworth has been promoted to general manager and Emma Kay becomes deputy manager to lead the 100-plus strong team.

Marie Curie has appointed the Children’s Society’s Matthew Reed as its next chief executive.

The Association of Health Information Outsourcing Services has named Carlos Rodriguez as president.

Simon Bird has been appointed Chief Executive of residential and home care services provider, Care South.