Housing Trust shortlisted for three national awards
Published by Laura Beckett for Halton Housing Trust in Housing and also in Communities
Halton Housing Trust is celebrating after making it to the finals of three prestigious awards.
Communications Manager Anna Lambert has been shortlisted for ‘Best Marketeer’ as part of the Women in Housing Awards – a celebration that recognises women who have made exceptional achievements in the housing sector. The winners will be announced at the Deansgate Hilton in Manchester on 6th November.
The Trust’s trailblazing use of social media has also been widely noted, as the Trust is one of five finalists to be shortlisted for the 24 Housing magazine awards in the ‘Social Media Pioneer’ category. Competing against other innovative housing associations around the country, the results will be announced in mid-November at a gathering in Birmingham.
And finally, the Trust’s welfare reform awareness campaign impressed the judges enough to be shortlisted for a Northern Housing Consortium Silver Screen Award.
Anna said: “We’re really pleased that we’ve been recognised for our good work in a wide variety of areas covering marketing, welfare reform awareness and social media. If short-listings and awards didn’t exist, all our staff would still work hard to offer the best possible services to our customers but it would be fantastic if we won though – fingers crossed for November!”
Halton Housing Trust was a finalist at the Cheshire Business Awards last week and competed against the cream of Cheshire businesses in the ‘Best Employer’ category but narrowly missed out to Cheadle based engineers GHA Livigunn.
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