London Rebuilding Society is a social enterprise specialising in innovative products and services that support individuals and households; creating healthy homes through increased energy efficiency, and better lives by helping reducing energy costs, increasing household income, improving health and well being.
Board and governance
London Rebuilding Society is a Registered Society under the Cooperatives and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 and is recognised as an Exempt Charity by the Inland Revenue.
We hold an Annual General Meeting at which the board of directors is elected from the membership, and we provide further information to members in the form of an Annual Report and Audited Accounts.
The elected board of directors meets six times a year, and is responsible for strategy and financial probity. They elect a chair of the board annually, as well as a treasurer.
Naomi Kingsley – Board Member / CEO
Naomi has 30 years experience in economic development, regeneration and social enterprise. She has operated at Director and Board level across public, private and third sectors.
Richard Butler – Board Member
Richard is the co-founder of Aylesbury Partnership supporting social organisations to win and deliver public service contracts.
Simon Green – Chair of the Board
Civil engineer by training, Simon has over 20 years experience in the development and management of leading multi-million energy/sustainable development projects in the UK. He is currently Director of Marketing for VRM Tech.
Angela Ishmael – Board Member
Angela was Director of Dignity at Work Community for the Work Foundation, Diversity Advisor at the London Business School, and Chief Executive of Ackroyd Children and Families. She is an experienced Diversity consultant and coach with over 25 years of expertise within the private, public and third sectors.
John Perry – Board Member / Treasurer
John brings a wealth of experience to LRS and a fresh eye. He is a Senior Finance Executive with 30 years of extensive international, energy sector. He has held executive and non-executive DFO/Finance Director positions managing assets in excess of $10bn and up to 2,000 staff.
How is LRS financed?
LRS is supported by the public, private and charitable sectors as well as through trading and investment. Both individuals and organisations can purchase shares in the Society, which adds to our capital fund for lending.