Window and door manufacturer Shelforce won the ‘Most Significant Service Improvement’ award at the first ever Housing Awards launched by City Housing, part of Birmingham City Council.

Councillor Thompson, Cabinet Member for Housing and Homelessness, said of the company: “Their approach to diversity, equality and inclusion has had a huge impact on the company’s success. We wanted to recognise and reward the achievements within the sector by peers nominating each other and we are planning on an annual event from now on.”

Shelforce Business manager Howard Trotter said: “We are delighted to be the first ever winners of the ‘Most Significant Service Improvement’ award at the very first Housing Awards. Being recognised for our achievements is fantastic for the team.”

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