Sustainable Homes is excited to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist for the prestigious Constructing Excellence Awards!
We are really happy to have beaten significant competition to make it through to the final.
The jury for the competition commented that we
‘… have demonstrated clear vision and early engagement, and delivered sustainable outcomes.
Industry leadership, a commitment to customer satisfaction, and progressive culture change were consistent and winning messages.’
Sustainable Homes was supported in person in our bid for the award by two of our SHIFT members.
Housing Asset Manger, Saadia Chowdry, had this to say about our positive impact on their operations:
“A2Dominion has been a member of SHIFT for many years and we support Sustainable Homes in their Constructing Excellence Awards application. As one of the country’s leading housing providers, SHIFT has helped us with our work to measure and reduce our environmental impact.
This has included introducing initiatives to reduce the carbon footprint of our offices and homes, as well as raising awareness amongst staff of environmental issues and creating a network of ‘Green champions’ within the organisation. We congratulate Sustainable Homes on their nomination at the Constructing Excellence Awards.”
Jon Cross, Director of Property Services at Hexagon Housing Association also spoke about the impact of the SHIFT learning events and knowledge:
‘SHIFT events have provided us with extremely informative learning and networking opportunities and by comparing our performance against other RP’s these events have spurred us on to do more, challenging our current status and pushing our boundaries to achieve even more.
The Sustainable Homes team are a great and diverse team, highly knowledgeable on a wide variety of technical issues, best practice, current thinking and a host of other requirements.
Their friendly, structured and tailored advice has definitely helped us stay ahead of the curve, and is further helping us to constantly strive to improve living conditions for all of our tenants.’