Will Morley (he/him)
Will works in Altair’s Strategy & Regulation team, supporting clients with strategic reviews and ensuring compliance against the regulatory standards.
Will joined Altair as part of its graduate programme in 2019 and is a PRINCE2 and Agile qualified project manager. Will is responsible for research, analysis, project management, and stakeholder engagement as part of his delivery role within projects.
Qualitative research, data analysis, regulatory engagement, stakeholder engagement, policy development, project management, and governance assistance.
Since joining Altair in 2019, Will has supported clients across a range of management consulting services including governance, regulation, strategy, and research. The types of organisations Will has worked with include housing associations, local authorities, housing representative bodies, charities and national regulators.
Will’s recent experience includes a review of a local authority’s rightsizing offer, a review of the private rented sector (PRS) across two neighbouring local authority areas, a review of a Welsh housing association’s stakeholder engagement and an appraisal of temporary accommodation delivery options for a local authority.
As part of these reviews, Will undertook qualitative research such as survey design, survey analysis, interviews and workshops with a range of stakeholders such as PRS and social housing residents, Council officers, HA officers, local charities, PRS regulatory services and Citizens Advice representatives.
Most recently, Will worked on a review of the Scottish Regulatory Framework on behalf of the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations. The findings of the review were presented to the Scottish Housing Regulator and will inform the federation body’s response to the regulator’s consultation on the regulatory framework later in 2023.
Recent Altair Assignments
- Consultation on the Scottish Housing Regulator’s regulatory framework on behalf of the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
- Research into the challenges and needs of the private rented sector across two neighbouring local authorities in the Midlands.
- Research into the development of a tailored rightsizing policy for a local authority
- Appraisal of sustainable options to deliver temporary accommodation for a South-East based local authority.
- Review of a Welsh housing association’s engagement with external stakeholders.
- BA Politics and International Relations, University of Reading – First Class Honours
- Agile Project Management (Practitioner & Foundation)
- PRINCE2 (Foundation)
‘Recycling building materials can help develop an environmentally friendly circular economy’ – Inside Housing, 29th July 2021
Will is a passionate football fan, both playing in his spare time and supporting Arsenal. Will is also a keen guitar player, having previously played in bands whilst at university.
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