Outstanding Tenant Engagement - Awards finalists!

We are finalists in the Tpas Awards for Outstanding Tenant Engagement

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Congratulations to our Resident Involvement Team, Jane Temple (Resident Involvement Manager) and Joel Atkins (Resident Involvement Officer), who are finalists in the National Tpas Awards for Outstanding Tenant Engagement – Under 10,000 Homes.
The prestigious virtual awards celebrates remarkable volunteers, housing staff and contractors who bring lasting change to communities.  They are the only awards dedicated to recognising and rewarding engagement excellence and best practice in the housing sector.  
The event takes place on Friday 18 September and the running order is below:
10.30am Tpas Virtual Awards 2020 Live
10.45am Jenny Osbourne – Tpas Chief Executive
11.00am Dr Andy Cope – Mental Health, Mental Wealth
12.00pm Gavin Oattes – Ice Lollies Really do Matter
12.30pm Lunch with Live Entertainment
1.30pm The Tpas Awards 2020 Ceremony
3.00pm Raffle Draw in aid of MQ Mental Health
3.15pm Ceremony Close
You can watch the event live on the dedicated virtual event website (no password is needed):  
Jenny Osbourne MBE, Chief Executive – Tpas says,
“The Tpas awards is our opportunity to celebrate your incredible work, done by people who always say they were ‘just doing their job’ or ‘I just want to make my neighbourhood better’ despite the huge pressures on volunteers, landlords and contractors. Our awards and nominees embody the positive, partnership working ethos that Tpas is here to champion and we’ve been celebrating remarkable people doing remarkable things now for 13 years. 2020 is going to be no exception.  Join passionate and committed people from across the country at a single national virtual event, all those in attendance are there to celebrate and recognise the immense impact people across the country have made in our communities.”
Well done and good luck Jane and Joel!