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8 August 2019 more...
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PlaceShaper Poplar HARCA was named outstanding landlord of the year in the 2015 UK Housing Awards.
South Yorkshire Housing Association took the prize for the best campaign of the year with its Age Better in Sheffield campaign.
The Accord Group won the accolade for the best large housing development with Marlfield Farm in Redditch.
Wythenshawe Community Housing Group was highly commended for its Real Neighbours Wythenshawe scheme.
PlaceShapers chair Tony Stacey said: “PlaceShapers won awards for the quality of our homes and services and for campaigns which make a real and lasting difference to communities. This is at the heart of the PlaceShapers ethos and is testimony to the impact of community focused housing associations. Many of our members are setting the pace on rethinking our relationships with our customers, and co-designing services to reflect this. This came through in the exceptionally high number of members short-listed and in the winning entries themselves.”
Other Placeshapers shortlisted for awards were
Havebury Housing Partnership
Greenfields Community Housing
Coast and Country Housing
Leeds and Yorkshire Housing Group
Halton Housing Trust
North Star Housing Group
Shepherds Bush Housing Group
Together Housing Group
Real Life Reform was also short-listed which has been heavily supported by PlaceShaper members.
The UK Housing Awards 2015 took place at the Lancaster London Hotel on Tuesday 21 April, hosted by award winning writer, actress, TV presenter and comedian Sandi Toksvig.
The awards, jointly organised by the Chartered Institute of Housing and Inside Housing, are uniquely designed to pinpoint excellence and reward innovation – shining a light on the ingenuity, creativity and passion demonstrated by social landlords across the UK.