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More than bricks - research report - out now

Social housing providers should take a lead in delivering support packages to help people overcome barriers in their lives, according to our new report.

Our new ‘More than bricks’ report argues that many social housing tenants are struggling to find the help they need and social housing providers are best placed to provide such support.

If you'd like to read our report, click here

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CHI Award

We scooped the 'excellence in community action' award at the Chartered Institute of Housing Midlands Awards for our work redeveloping the Gainsborough Uphill Community Centre.

Lucy Picksley,Community Engagement Officer, said: “I was thrilled to collect this award and represent Acis and our steering group at the awards ceremony. It’s fantastic to see so many people using the centre and participating in the activities on offer.”

“Winning the award is an accolade for all of the hard work and determination shown by people, without local people taking such a keen interest in their facilities we wouldn’t have the vibrant community space we have today.”

This is the third time our work on the community centre has been recognised by our peers, resulting in an award.


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