During our Whitehall Group COVID-19 discussion on Thursday, 11th June at 2.30pm we will be joined by Lord Kerslake, Chairman of the Centre for Public Scrutiny. Lord Kerslake will be discussing ‘How can we assure that the economic recovery from COVID-19 looks more like a ‘U’ than an ‘L’.
We are grateful to Goodbody for their continued support of this COVID-19 Conversation Series and invite you to join us by clicking the link to register. https://goodbody.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cj61nqFpRxCCPZkz4aPZDA
Lord Kerslake is Chair of the Centre for Public Scrutiny (CfPS), Chair of Peabody, Chair of London CIV, and is President-Elect of the Local Government Association.
A former Head of the Civil Service, Lord Kerslake led the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) from November 2010, stepping down in February 2015. Prior to his DCLG role, Lord Kerslake was the first Chief Executive of the Homes and Communities Agency, where he was responsible for promoting new and affordable housing supply; supporting the regeneration of cities, towns and neighbourhoods; improving existing housing stock, and advancing sustainability and good design.
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