Zetetick Housing Trustees
About our Trustees
Gary M Scott
Gary has had a long and extensive career in senior management. Originally trained within the Hotel & Catering sectors, his career progressed to managing Forte (UK) Ltd hotels before embarking on a career within the health sector.
After several years with Nuffield Hospitals he moved as General Manager of the Hove Ophthalmic Hospital to MD of a group of EMI elderly residential care homes. After a successful period within the elderly care sector he moved to Mount Alvernia Hospital, Guildford, where he supported the transfer of this privately owned hospital to the BMI Group of hospitals.
A period of time within the Learning Disability sector lead to him setting up his own Consultancy business, which still forms part of his current working portfolio. Within this consultancy capacity, Gary helped the fledgling organisation Frontier Support Services Ltd grow into a successful leading specialist Domiciliary Care Agency that supports people with a learning disability. Gary is now a Director and shareholder for Frontier Support Services Ltd.
In 2007, Gary founded Zetetick Housing to offer supported accommodation to vulnerable adults. As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer he is rightly proud of the Charities development over the years.
Len's career in finance has encompassed a wide range of sectors from bio-science, shipping, entertainment and banking through to information technology and the motor industry. From his extensive background in internal, management and systems audit, along with compliance and corporate governance, he now concentrates on providing and managing ethical investment in specialist social enterprises.
Len is a trustee and board member of Zetetick Housing and, along with other directorships, is a non-executive director of Frontier Support Services Ltd.
With two school-age sons, Len’s 'spare' time and outside interests are centred around his ever-tolerant partner, the two boys, a sea-going motor-boat and a small collection of classic Citroens.
Stuart has practised as a commercial and public law barrister in London for over 25 years and is a member of Selborne Chambers. He brings to the charity a wide knowledge of many of the legal issues which we have regularly to address. He was formerly a councillor in Lambeth and so has direct experience of the practical problems which can arise in the context of an independent body providing services in a local authority context.
In his spare time he rides horses and runs a garden railway.