About us

A vital resource for everyone working in asset management. A practical, no-nonsense specialist network designed to develop your skills in asset management, repairs and maintenance, and environmental issues.

About us

Ensuring you get regular updates on all things from planned maintenance and major works to retrofit and fuel poverty, the network comes with some great benefits.

  • Monthly network newsletter with all the latest asset management briefings, research, and important member information
  • Self-assessment toolkits, covering subjects such as voids, aids and adaptations and gas servicing
  • A dedicated website for asset management best practice guidance and expert opinion
  • Access to ‘ask the members’ service and dedicated online forum to share best practice
  • Specialist support via our ‘ask the expert’ service
  • Salary watch: Trends from across the sector
  • Free best practice groups
  • Access to the Estate Services Club and the Climate Change Group (including the Estate Services WhatsApp group)
  • Free job advertising
  • Generous discounts on public training, plus related consultancy and accreditation, including the Asset Management Network annual conference.

Meet the team

Our dedicated team has a wealth of experience in the sector, and vast knowledge of the issues and practices.

Mike Victory-Rowe

Mike Victory-Rowe Mike Victory-Rowe

Mike is a chartered building surveyor and has over 25 years’ experience of working in property and asset management in the housing sector. He works with a range of clients and partners to deliver innovative asset management solutions to the sector and has advised housing associations and charities on strategic asset management and investment, active asset management solutions, business intelligence and performance, property option appraisals and disposals and health and safety compliance.

As well as a succession of managerial and executive roles (most recently Assistant Director of Asset Management at Knightstone), Mike has held a number of non-executive roles.

Caroline King

Caroline King Caroline King

Caroline has almost 20 years’ experience in housing, having joined North-West association Torus in 2002 when the original business was just six weeks old. In her former role as Group Head of Brand and Communications, Caroline led on branding, strategic communications and stakeholder engagement during two mergers. Over the years, she supported countless regeneration and transformation projects, taking the lead on consultation and reputation management. Caroline now runs her own business, Kings & Cubs Communications, offering business development and communications consultancy support to businesses of all shapes and sizes. Caroline is also a busy mum of three boys and a Trustee of an independent specialist school and college.