Victor da Cunha is the chief executive of Curo. He joined the business in 2011, initially focusing on integrating three housing associations into one, bringing together our culture, governance and strategy. From these foundations, Curo was formed in 2013 as a re-energised business with a strong social purpose. Today Curo has more than doubled its turnover and has a pipeline of over 2,000 new homes in development. It has established itself as an ambitious business with a regional and national reputation for innovation. Curo has become an Investors In People ‘Gold’ employer, has been ranked 44th best company to work for in the UK by the Sunday Times and has won many awards for our services and our new homes and regeneration activities. Da Cunha is the chair of Homes for the South West – a collaboration between housing associations working together to increase affordable housing supply in the region, a governor of Bath College, and is active on the Bath Chamber of Commerce where he sits on the economic development sub-committee.
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