Addressing Homelessness: Reducing-Preventing-Ending
- 08:30 - 16:15
- The Studio, Manchester
Shan Lloyd Williams was appointed Head of Housing Services at Isle of Anglesey County Council, a Council Housing stock retaining authority, in 2011 and is responsible for the whole spectrum of housing functions of the Authority, in addition to the tackling poverty agenda. She is also the Senior Responsible Officer within the Council, for the accommodation and housing workstream for the proposed new nuclear power station at Wylfa. Her role involves leading a team of officers to draw up mitigating plans to minimise effects of up to 9,000 construction workers working on the island, on the most vulnerable individuals and households on the Island, together with plans to reduce the impacts upon the local housing market.
Prior to joining Anglesey, Shan worked previously across Local Authority, Health, Social Care and Voluntary sectors and has over 20 years’ experience in Housing. Shan is a member of Housing Leadership Cymru, is a Board Member of Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru [Wales as a devolved nation] and Women in Social Housing [WISH] North Wales. Shan is a fluent Welsh speaker and is passionate about preventing homelessness.