RLA CEO wins business award

Michael Lloyd

October 18, 2019

Residential Landlords Association (RLA) chief executive Andrew Dixon has been named one of the UK’s top business leaders in the CEO UK Awards 2019.

The award ceremony recognises chief executives who are leading in their respective sectors and beyond.

In the 14 months since Dixon (pictured) took over as chief executive at the RLA, the association has seen its membership rise and has developed a range of services and benefits for its members.

The judging panel for the award said: “The CEO Today judging panel were particularly impressed by the manner in which Andrew Dixon has consistently achieved growth and success in his tenure as chief executive of the Residential Landlords Association.

“In the past year, Andrew Dixon has successfully built on the legacy of his predecessor since taking the reins at the RLA in August 2018.

“Mr Dixon has successfully managed the merger with fellow association, the NLA and in doing so has been instrumental in creating the largest landlord trade association with 80,000 members representing over 500,000 properties across the UK.

“Andrew Dixon’s wealth of experience and his constant drive to improve each organisation he oversees in addition to his skill and expertise in managing and inspiring his staff, ensures the RLA remains at the forefront of the housing sector, and for that he deserves to be recognised as one of the UK’s top CEOs.”

Dixon said: “It is a huge honour to receive this accolade.

“My team and I have worked tirelessly across the last 14 months to grow and develop the association and its services.

“As a result, the RLA has gone from strength to strength with membership up 17%, hitting the 40,000 members mark for the first time

“We are merging with the National Landlords Association (NLA) to create a bigger and more powerful organisation to represent landlords from across England and Wales.

“I am now preparing to hand over to the new management team, as I seek to replicate this success with another organisation.”

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