Peabody wins at UK Housing Awards
Peabody has won an award for its outstanding approach to tackling antisocial behaviour.
Peabody is a winner at this year’s UK Housing Awards, winning first place in the 'Outstanding approach to tackling anti-social behaviour’ category.
Members of the Peabody and DAHA teams at the Awards ceremony with presenter Rory Bremner (far left)
Peabody was judged to have developed and embedded an effective and efficient approach to tackling anti-social behaviour (ASB) as well as improving the safety and well-being of the communities it serves.
Liz Chambers, Head Of Community Safety and Support at Peabody said:
"We are extremely proud to receive this Award for Peabody and the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA), which recognises the hard work and dedication of all the teams at Peabody tackling antisocial behaviour.
"We are also proud of the fantastic work of the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance to raise awareness of the importance of the housing sector in tackling domestic abuse. Well done to all the finalists"
"DAHA are incredibly humbled and proud to be recognised by UK Housing awards and the sector.
"Domestic Abuse impacts the lives of millions of people in the UK and this is such a a big step forward to putting domestic abuse firmly on the agenda which will ultimately save lives."
About the UK Housing Awards
Organised by Inside Housing in association with the Chartered Institute of Housing, the Awards recognise the ingenuity, creativity, passion and results of housing organisations across the UK. This year, they celebrated their twentieth anniversary at the ceremony at The Lancaster Hotel on 26 April.