Ken Morgan

Equity Partner, Head of Public Sector and Asset Management

Ken joined John Rowan and Partners in 1998 and is one of our equity partners. He has a high profile in the industry as a Fellow of RICS and a board member of the Croydon Churches Housing Association. He served as a board member of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) for the maximum term of 6 years as well as Sutton Housing Partnership for the maximum term of nine years.

Ken has particular expertise around the HCA regulatory environment, risk management, reactive maintenance and value for money. He commenced his career at the London Boroughs of Ealing, Southwark and Westminster before joining us. He is now our client relationship manager for several housing providers including Wandle Housing Association, LB Hounslow, LB Hammersmith and Fulham, Lewisham Homes, and LB Basildon.

Ken is an expert in asset management and achieving best value for money for public sector landlords. This includes KPI measurement and management and sharing best practice. In 2014 he set up ‘Drink Think Tanks’ with the CIH, and The AMClub bringing together asset managers from across the country to share their knowledge.

Ken’s passion is helping public sector landlords to achieve value for money and social return on investment (SROI). With our in-house team of information systems developers and data analysts, Ken created an innovative asset investment model, Asset360, to help social landlords target limited funds in the best places – taking into consideration cost-effectiveness as well as the social improvements that could be achieved, enhancing the lives of residents.

Other services include stock options financial modelling, maximising asset potential, contract management, risk management, performance management, supply chain management and business planning.

Ken drives our teams to perform the best we can for each client according to their priorities, goals and drivers. He regularly contacts senior representatives from the client organisations to keep abreast of any significant changes to their organisation; to share industry news and best practice; identify ways we can add value to our service; and obtain feedback on our performance.