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  • 5 December, 2019

Inclusion Housing named winner in the final of the European Business Awards 2019

INCLUSION HOUSING NAMED WINNER IN FINAL OF THE EUROPEAN BUSINESS AWARDS 2019
Inclusion Housing Wins for UK at Prestigious Award Ceremony in Warsaw

Inclusion Housing from York has been named Winner of the Chairman’s Selection Award in the Grand Final of this year’s European Business Awards, at an exclusive awards ceremony held in Warsaw, Poland.

Over 500 successful business leaders from across Europe came together at the two day event, sponsored by RSM, with politicians, ambassadors and academics present to celebrate the remarkable business achievement of Inclusion Housing in Europe’s biggest and most prestigious business competition.

Inclusion Housing was named the winner following a final face to face judging session, and were chosen out of over 150,000 business’ from 33 countries who were initially considered.

In the rigorous, independently judged competition, 2753 businesses were named ‘Ones to Watch’ in July, and following a further detailed review, 363 companies were announced as ‘National Winners’ in September.

Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards said: “Inclusion Housing has reached the gold standard for business excellence by winning this Award. They are a powerful example of a business meeting the challenges of a hugely competitive global marketplace, achieving phenomenal success, and making a positive difference to the world we live in. They deserve their success and we wish them well.”

Jean Stephens, CEO of RSM International, a leading global network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms said: “On behalf of RSM, I would like to congratulate this year’s worthy winners. Each and every one of these dynamic businesses symbolises the innovative ethos and growth potential of Europe’s middle-market. We wish all of the finalists luck and success in their future endeavours.”

The European Business Awards’ primary purpose is to support the development of a stronger and more successful business community throughout Europe. Other sponsors and partners include Inflexion, Germany Trade & Invest and PR Newswire.

For further information about the European Business Awards please go to www.businessawardseurope.com

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  • 5 December, 2019

Inclusion Housing named winner in the final of the European Business Awards 2019

INCLUSION HOUSING NAMED WINNER IN FINAL OF THE EUROPEAN BUSINESS AWARDS 2019
Inclusion Housing Wins for UK at Prestigious Award Ceremony in Warsaw

Inclusion Housing from York has been named Winner of the Chairman’s Selection Award in the Grand Final of this year’s European Business Awards, at an exclusive awards ceremony held in Warsaw, Poland.

Over 500 successful business leaders from across Europe came together at the two day event, sponsored by RSM, with politicians, ambassadors and academics present to celebrate the remarkable business achievement of Inclusion Housing in Europe’s biggest and most prestigious business competition.

Inclusion Housing was named the winner following a final face to face judging session, and were chosen out of over 150,000 business’ from 33 countries who were initially considered.

In the rigorous, independently judged competition, 2753 businesses were named ‘Ones to Watch’ in July, and following a further detailed review, 363 companies were announced as ‘National Winners’ in September.

Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards said: “Inclusion Housing has reached the gold standard for business excellence by winning this Award. They are a powerful example of a business meeting the challenges of a hugely competitive global marketplace, achieving phenomenal success, and making a positive difference to the world we live in. They deserve their success and we wish them well.”

Jean Stephens, CEO of RSM International, a leading global network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms said: “On behalf of RSM, I would like to congratulate this year’s worthy winners. Each and every one of these dynamic businesses symbolises the innovative ethos and growth potential of Europe’s middle-market. We wish all of the finalists luck and success in their future endeavours.”

The European Business Awards’ primary purpose is to support the development of a stronger and more successful business community throughout Europe. Other sponsors and partners include Inflexion, Germany Trade & Invest and PR Newswire.

For further information about the European Business Awards please go to www.businessawardseurope.com

  • 11 January, 2018

Works Starts In Norfolk For Another Supported Living Development

Members of South Norfolk Council attended the groundbreaking ceremony of a new specialist supported housing development which is being built on Hardingham Road, Hingham.

South Norfolk Council Chairman, Councillor Barry Duffin, officially opened the ceremony on Friday 08 September, and gave a passionate speech about how a development of this type will benefit the local population.

The development will provide local adults with learning and physical disabilities, along with those with high levels of complex care with a safe home environment and is the result of a partnership between Inclusion Housing CIC, Lifeways Community Care and HB Villages. Fieldview Gardens, on Hardingham Road is a multi-million development, consisting of 16 apartments and will be delivered by contractor, LA Construction.

Hingham Groundbreaking Ceremony

Councillor Barry Duffin, South Norfolk Council, said: “It’s important to me to make sure that the most vulnerable in our society are cared for in Hingham and further afield. This is a really good example of what can be done using the specialist supported living model which is a fantastic approach to dealing with the shortage of quality accommodation for vulnerable adults, improving lives whilst making better use of the Adult Social Care Budget.

“I am really pleased with the progress made and philosophy taken by HB Villages and can see that the key objective is to make sure better outcomes are achieved for residents and the wider local community. By living in their own apartment, rather than living with parents or in sheltered accommodation, vulnerable adults will gain more independence and dignity to live their lives in a supportive community. I would be keen to see more specialist supported living schemes developed in this way at the right sites.”

Alastair Sheehan, Development Director of HB Villages, commented: “Fieldview Gardens will allow vulnerable individuals the ability to live as independently as possible, not only in terms of the 24-hour support on a site located in a highly sustainable location, but one that will also have a comprehensive and bespoke assistive technology offering. It is with the greatest pleasure that we are able to see building work start, and we all look forward to following its progress and to meeting the tenants and their families once the build is completed.”

Jemima Taylor, Group Development Director of Lifeways, adds: “As a company, we’re committed to providing the latest in specialist supported housing for adults with learning and physical disabilities. Fieldview Gardens is a prime example of what we can offer, delivering on all fronts, from architecture that blends into the local environment through to the finishing touches inside. Tenants will be able to live as independently as possible in their own home but with the added benefit of support staff being available on site.”

Paul Atkins, Property Director at Inclusion Housing, says: “The development in Hingham is another example of what can be delivered through innovative partnership working. Inclusion Housing is proud to be a part of the strong working partnership with HB Villages, Lifeways and the Local Authority that has brought the project to this point. We look forward to welcoming new tenants in due course and will continue to work closely with the partnership to deliver high-quality homes for the most vulnerable members of society.”