Faisal Hussain, HICS Chief Executive, has recently been appointed as a Non-Executive Director for the National Home Improvement Council (NHIC).
The NHIC, established in 1974, is the umbrella organisation for the UK refurbishment, maintenance, and home improvement sector. It represents the whole home improvement and RMI sector and helps to ensure that home improvement and domestic RMI remain a priority across Government.
The NHIC have a vision to raise all homes to modern living standards while inspiring and supporting householders to refurbish, maintain and improve their homes using local professionals with confidence and work with their membership, broader industry, and Government to achieve this.
As a Non-Executive Director on the Board, Faisal will assist in the long-term success of the NHIC by helping to provide strategic advice on achieving NHIC vision and objectives.
Faisal Hussain, Chief Executive of the Scheme, comments:
“HICS’s three pillars are to protect consumers, support its membership and raise industry standards, all of which closely align to the NHIC’s mission, vision and values. I am thrilled to be appointed as a Non-Executive Director on their board, representing HICS, and to help to deliver their message and success to the home improvement industry.”
Anna Scothern, Chief Executive National Home Improvement Council, comments:
“The NHIC is in a great place, and it’s an exciting time to welcome new Directors to the board at a time when the home improvement sector is recognised as having so much to offer. Not only to the zero carbon pathway, but also to building safety, consumer protection, digital transformation and addressing the skills gap. I am looking forward to working with Faisal to continue to strengthen the organisation and improve the nation’s homes together”.