The Board

The Board is responsible for leading and controlling the Group and has oversight over the management and conduct of the Group’s business, strategy and development. The Board determine the Group’s Investment Objective and Investment Policy and has overall responsibility for the Group’s activities, including a review of investment activity and performance.

The Board is also responsible for the control and supervision of the AIFM and the Investment Manager and compliance with the principles and recommendations of the AIC Code. The Board ensures the maintenance of a sound system of internal controls and risk management (including financial, operational and compliance controls) and reviews the overall effectiveness of systems in place. They are responsible for approval of any changes to the capital, corporate and/or management structure of the Group.

The Board’s main focus is the sustainable long-term success of the Group to deliver value for shareholders. The Board does not routinely involve itself in day-to-day business decisions but there is a formal schedule of matters that requires the Board’s specific approval, as well as those which can be delegated to the Board committees, the AIFM or the Investment Manager. The Board retains responsibility for all such delegated matters.

The AIFM is responsible for portfolio management and risk management of the Group pursuant to AIFMD. The AIFM has delegated the portfolio management of the Group to the Investment Manager. The Investment Manager also provides certain property management services to the Group, including the preparation of budgets for the properties and co-ordinating with third parties providing services to the Group.

Chris Phillips


Chris has extensive experience of real estate and listed companies. He was Managing Director of PB Securities, the UK subsidiary of Prudential Bache, for three years, before joining Lombard Odier as the Managing Director of its London broking business. He then joined Colliers International and after heading its residential consultancy business, became the first Managing Director of Colliers Capital UK Limited (Colliers commercial real estate property fund). Having served on the Board of Places for People for 14 years, ten of them as Chair, Chris stood down from the role in January 2021.

Tracey Fletcher-Ray

Senior Independent Director

Tracey has considerable expertise as an executive and non-executive director in the care and support sectors. Tracey previously was a non-executive director to L&Q Group, one of the UK’s largest Housing Associations and developers, and was Managing Director of Caring Homes, a leading provider of care homes for the elderly. She is currently CEO of Witherslack Group, a leading provider of specialist education and care for young people with special educational needs.

She spent nearly two years as Managing Director at Berendsen PLC developing the company’s healthcare business, strategy and growth and eight years at Bupa UK, holding Managing Director roles in the Care Home business which involved contracting with and providing services on behalf of local authorities and the NHS, and Bupa Health Clinics.

Peter Coward

Non-Executive Director

Peter is a chartered accountant with international commercial and corporate finance experience. He has over 25 years’ experience as a Senior Tax Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers specialising in property, and has worked with a wide range of firms to develop a knowledge and understanding of tax regimes worldwide and of organisational and project structuring to optimise the tax position.

Professor Ian Reeves CBE

Non-Executive Director

Ian is co-founder and CEO of Synaps International Limited. He is visiting Professor of Infrastructure Investment and Construction at The Alliance Manchester Business School, Chair of The Estates and Infrastructure Exchange (EIX) and a Director of Xinous Inc. He was appointed as a Non-executive Director and Chair of Geiger Counter Limited on 13 December 2021 and 9 March 2022 respectively.

Ian was founder and Chair of High-Point Rendel Group, a pioneering management and engineering consultancy company with a global network of offices. He has been president and CEO of Cleveland Bridge, Chairman of McGee Group, Chairman of Constructing Excellence and Chair of the London regional council of the CBI.

Ian was awarded his CBE in 2003 for services to business and charity.

Cecily Davis

Non-Executive Director

Cecily has significant legal, construction and infrastructure experience gained from 30 years as a construction and projects lawyer. Cecily is currently an Engineering, Procurement and Construction Partner at Fieldfisher and Co-Head of Fieldfisher’s Africa Group. She was formerly a Partner at DLA Piper until 2014 and Shadbolt & Co until 2005. Cecily has an extensive understanding of the residential and affordable housing sectors, having acted as non-executive director of both L&Q Group and Places for People. Cecily sits on the board of 3M Homes Ltd and is a Trustee of the Southwark Charities, which provides almshouses to local residents.

Cecily is a registered solicitor under the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and holds a degree in construction law and arbitration from King's College London and a master's degree in commercial law from the university of Exeter.

The Board of Triple Point Social Housing REIT plc has considered the Principles and Provisions of the AIC Code of Corporate Governance (AIC Code). The AIC Code addresses the Principles and Provisions set out in the UK Corporate Governance Code (the UK Code), as well as setting out additional Provisions on issues that are of specific relevance to Triple Point Social Housing REIT plc.

The Board considers that reporting against the Principles and Provisions of the AIC Code, which has been endorsed by the Financial Reporting Council, provides more relevant information to shareholders.

The Company has complied with the Principles and Provisions of the AIC Code. The AIC Code is available on the AIC website ( It includes an explanation of how the AIC Code adapts the Principles and Provisions set out in the UK Code to make them relevant for investment companies.

Board Committees

The Board has established a management engagement committee, an audit committee, a nomination committee and a sustainability & impact committee. Given that the Company has no executive Directors or other employees; the Board does not consider it necessary to establish a separate remuneration committee.

The functions of each of the committees are described in their respective Terms of Reference.

Terms of Reference of the Management Engagement Committee

Terms of Reference of the Audit Committee

Terms of Reference of the Nomination Committee

Terms of Reference of the Sustainability & Impact Committee

Financial Calendar

Our key dates during the financial year are shown below.


Date Event
March 2024 Announcement of FY2023 Full Year Results
16-May-24 Annual General Meeting
30-June-24 Financial Half Year End
September 2024 Announcement of HY2024 Results
31 December 2024 Financial Year End


Dividend History


Period Amount Payment Date Record Date Ex-Dividend Date
Amount Paid as PID

1 July 2023 to 30 September 2023

1.365 pence

15 December 2023

1 December 2023

30 November 2023

1.365 pence

1 April 2023 to 30 June 2023

1.365 pence

29 September 2023

15 September 2023

14 September 2023

1.365 pence

1 January to 31 March 2023

1.365 pence

30 June 2023 9 June 2023 8 June 2023 1.365 pence
1 October 2022 to 31 December 2022 1.365 pence 31 March 2023 17 March 2023 16 March 2023 1.365 pence
1 July 2022 to 30 September 2022

1.365 pence

16 December 2022

2 December 2022 1 December 2022

1.365 pence

1 April 2022 to 30 June 2022

1.365 pence

30 September 2022

16 September 2022 15 September 2022

1.365 pence

1 January 2022 to 31 March 2022

1.365 pence

24 June 2022

10 June 2022 9 June 2022

1.365 pence

1 October 2021 to 31 December 2021

1.300 pence

25 March 2021

11 March 2022 10 March 2022

1.300 pence

1 July 2021 to 30 September 2021

1.300 pence

17 December 2021

12 November 2021 11 November 2021

1.300 pence

1 April 2021 to 30 June 2021

1.300 pence

30 September 2021

17 September 2021 16 September 2021

1.300 pence

1 January 2021 to 31 March 2021

1.300 pence

25 June 2021

28 May 2021 27 May 2021

1.300 pence

1 October 2020 to 31 December 2020

1.295 pence

26 March 2021

12 March 2021 11 March 2021

1.295 pence

1 April 2020 to 30 June 2020

1.295 pence

25 September 2020

26 August 2020 3 September 2020

1.1655 pence

1 January 2020 to 31 March 2020

1.295 pence

26 June 2020

22 May 2020 21 May 2020

1.1655 pence

1 October 2019 to 31 December 2019

1.285 pence

27 March 2020

13 March 2020 12 March 2020

1.1565 pence

1 July 2019 to 30 September 2019

1.27 pence

20 December 2019

29 November 2019 28 November 2019

1.016 pence

1 April 2019 to 30 June 2019

1.27 pence

27 September 2019

6 September 2019 5 September 2019

1.016 pence

1 January 2019 to 31 March 2019

1.27 pence

28 June 2019

7 June 2019 6 June 2019

0.762 pence

1 October 2018 to 31 December 2018

1.25 pence

29 March 2019

15 March 2019 14 March 2019

0.625 pence

1 July 2018 to 30 September 2018

1.25 pence

31 October 2018

28 September 2018 27 September 2018

0.75 pence

1 April 2018 to 30 June 2018

1.25 pence

28 September 2018

24 August 2018 23 August 2018

0.8125 pence

1 January 2018 to 31 March 2018

1.25 pence

29 June 2018

25 May 2018 24 May 2018

0.75 pence

8 August 2017 to 31 December 2017

1 pence

29 March 2018

16 March 2018 15 March 2018

0.75 pence

Shareholder Information

Notifications from Substantial Shareholders

Shareholders wishing to submit a Form TR1 to the Company should send them to the following email address:

Shareholders who have their shares registered in their own name, not through a Share Savings Scheme or ISA, can contact the registrars with any queries on their holding.

Company Registrar

Computershare Investor Services plc
The Pavilions Bridgwater,
Road Bristol,
BS99 6ZZ,
United Kingdom

Shareholder helpline: +44 (0)370 702 0000

Fax: +44 (0)370 703 6101

In correspondence you should refer to Triple Point Social Housing REIT plc, stating clearly the registered name and address and if available your Shareholder ID. The registrars can help you to check your holding; record a change of address or name; record the death of a holder or resolve general enquiries about your holding.

General Enquiries

The Company Secretary can be contacted at the Registered Office.

1 King William Street,

Registered Name Triple Point Social Housing REIT plc

Registered Number Registered in England and Wales No. 10814022

Key Information

The Company is an 'alternative investment fund' ("AIF") for the purposes of the EU Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive. 

Sector Residential Real Estate Investment Trust
Trust Type Real Estate Investment Trust
Launch Date 2017
Financial Year End 31 December
Dividend Frequency Quarterly