Sanctuary Housing residents and staff around the country are celebrating after their schemes became regional winners at the Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC) National Housing for Older People Awards.
Six Sanctuary housing for older people schemes scooped the awards after members of the public, staff and residents voted for their favourites.
Now in its eighth year, the EAC Awards programme is aimed at celebrating the best specialist housing for older people, and seeks to help shape the future of housing in later life.
Daren Nowlan, Operations Director, Sanctuary Housing, said: “Providing good quality social housing is at the heart of what we do, and we’re thrilled that our housing for older people schemes across the country have been successful in the EAC Awards.
“It shows that residents, visitors and staff are really happy with the housing we provide and it’s great to have our schemes recognised as some of the very best.”
The Sanctuary Housing schemes successful at the awards were:
- Hoegate Court, Plymouth – Gold award (under 25 units)
- Compton Leigh, Plymouth – Bronze award (25-30 units)
- Mill Court, Barnstaple – Bronze award (31-36 units)
- Corbet Court, Market Drayton – Gold award (25-30 units)
East of England
- Wedgwood Court, Rochford – Silver award (37-43 units)
Yorkshire and the Humber
- Iveson Lodge, Hull – Silver award (under 25 units)