Housing 21 are delighted to share that we enjoyed great success at the regional Energy Efficiency Awards for delivering best practice in efficiency and savings across the East of England.
Pictured (left to right): Ashley Norwood, Property Services Manager at Housing 21 and Jason Cole, Building Surveyor at Housing 21
After initially being shortlisted in three categories, we were eventually named as winners in the Housing Association of the Year and Large Scale Project of the Year categories, the latter relating specifically to the installation of heat pumps at Robert Smith Court in Norwich.
We were also named as runners up for the Vulnerable Customer Support award.
Ashley Norwood, Property Services Manager at Housing 21, said: “It is fantastic that we have been awarded Housing Association of the Year for the East of England and Large Scale Project of the year for our Ground Source Heat Pump project at Robert Smith Court in Norwich. This endorses our Sustainability commitments and the hard work from our teams towards improving the energy performance of our buildings, particularly our achievements around getting our national portfolio of over 20,000 properties to EPC Band C , 8 years ahead of the government targets.”
In each of the categories, Housing 21 and the other finalists were shortlisted for their ‘exceptional’ contributions to the East of England.
After enjoying success at the regional awards, Housing 21 will now compete against the winners of the other 10 regions at the national awards ceremony in Birmingham on 14 October.
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