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NATIONAL HOUSING AWARDS - WINNERS ANNOUNCED

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The winners of the 2001 National Housing Awards jointly organised by the Chartered Institute of Housing and Inside ...
The winners of the 2001 National Housing Awards jointly organised by the Chartered Institute of Housing and Inside Housing magazine have been announced.

Best Funding Solution sponsored by Capita Social Housing Resourcing

Awarded for the most innovative funding package used by an organisation either in developing or refurbishing social housing.

Winner: Town and Country Housing Group

Best Regeneration Scheme sponsored by Dexia Public Finance Bank

Awarded to an organisation that has been an active partner in a regeneration scheme that showed community involvement, capacity building, health gains and sustainability.

Winner: Nottingham City Council's St Anns Phase Ten

Good Practice in Promoting Choice in Social Housing sponsored by Apex Group

Winner: Swansea Housing Association

Good Practice in Housing Management or Maintenance sponsored by Octavia Housing and Care

This award is designed to reward the changes in management or maintenance that have most benefited residents and landlords

Winner: West Lothian Council's Enhanced Estates Management

Good Practice in Tackling Social Exclusion sponsored by The Housing Corporation

Awarded to the organisation that has done the most to address residents' concerns about community breakdown and isolation.

Winner: City and County of Swansea

Good Practice in Multi-Agency Working sponsored by Comino

Awarded to the organisation that has done the most to link housing with other services, with effective cross-disciplinary working and community involvement.

Winner: Brent LBC

Good practice in Resident Involvement sponsored by Orbis Property Protection

The award was judged on were tenants' influence and feedback methods.

Winner: Croydon LBC's African, Asian and Caribbean Tenants Association

Good Practice in Equal Opportunities sponsored by Hays Montrose and Hays Accountancy Personnel

Awarded for the most innovative way of addressing housing-related equal opportunities and positive action issues along with consultation with key partners, value for money and satisfaction levels.

Winner: Barking and Dagenham LBC asylum seekers team

Housing Campaign of the Year sponsored by Inside Housing

The award recognises the campaign which has achieved maximum impact, whether within the organisation, with residents or the public

Winner: Ashton Pioneer Homes

Outstanding Achievement in Social Housing in England sponsored by the Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions

Awarded for inspirational and innovative practice in England.

Winner: Lemos and Crane for its RaceActionNet

Outstanding Achievement in Social Housing in Wales sponsored by The National Assembly for Wales

Awarded for inspirational and innovative practice in Wales

Winner: Rhondda Housing Association

Outstanding Achievement in Social Housing in Northern Ireland sponsored by the Department for Social Development

Awarded for inspirational and innovative practice in Northern Ireland

Winner: Solar Water Heating Project

Outstanding Achievement in Social Housing in Scotland sponsored by The Scottish Executive

Awarded for inspirational and innovative practice in Scotland

Winner: East Lothian Council

The Outstanding Achievement in Social Housing throughout the United Kingdom sponsored by the Chartered Institute of Housing

Awarded to the overall winner - for outstanding achievement in social housing in the United Kingdom.

Winner: Nottingham City Council St Anns Phase Ten

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