Meet the Team: Ieva- Asset Investment Analyst

Ieva works in our Asset Management Team as an Asset Investment Analyst where she leads the delivery of asset data to inform investment, removal, regeneration and remodelling decisions of our homes. She joined South Lakes Housing in May 2018.

Previously Ieva worked for the largest private infrastructure contractor in Scotland, where she was involved in the collection, management and analysis of large and varied datasets using a variety of analytical tools.

Ieva also holds Masters of Arts with Honours in Economics from the University of Aberdeen.

She has the overall responsibility of managing our asset management system and all the information that comes back to the assets team, e.g. void surveys, planned renewal forms, stock condition surveys, energy efficiency, asbestos surveys, capital investment programmes; including quarterly and ad-hoc reporting on compliance, decency.

Ieva has implemented business analytics software to create and publish interactive reports and visualisations on compliance data. This enables South Lakes Housing to report on compliance data more efficiently.

Excellent analytical, IT and communication skills allow Ieva to carry out all aspects of her role.

Leading an assets data team also forms part of Ievas role, she monitors the work of the team to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of all tasks carried out including informing investment, disposal, regeneration and remodelling decisions.

Ieva said I enjoy solving problems, data analytics and continuous learning. There is no typical day in my role. Normally I juggle between several projects at any one time, but there is always something different at every turn. The questions that come in are varied and can range anything from coordinating with asset surveyors to collecting data, or administering projects, preparing updates or coordinating and shutting down issues related to the asset management system.

If you would like to speak with our Asset Management Team then please call us on 0300 303 8025 or send us an email to


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