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Triple success for Loreburn Housing Association

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Some of Loreburn’s modern apprentices with the Investors in People awards

LOREBURN Housing Association has been awarded three Investors in People accreditations for excellence as an employer.

The Dumfries and Galloway social housing provider, which manages around 2,500 homes, completed a two-year period of intervention by the Scottish Housing regulator last year. Loreburn has now secured the Investors in People Gold Award, Investors in Young People Award and Investors in People Health and Wellbeing Award.

The news follows Loreburn’s win at the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Excellence Awards, where Hallam House in Beeswing was given the Excellence in Development for Rented Properties Award. Loreburn was also a finalist in two further categories.

Lorraine Usher, chief executive at Loreburn Housing Association said, “When I found out that we’d secured three Investors in People awards at the same time – which I’ve been told is very unusual – I was delighted. We’ve achieved this result with the help and support of the team and their suggestions on how we can improve, 87% of which were implemented when the business was remodelled. Our staff are committed to continuously improving the business for the benefit of our customers and I’m pleased to see that we’re now achieving these results which are coupled with excellent customer feedback.”

Linda Urquhart, chair of Investors in People Scotland added, “The Investors in People review shows that Loreburn is fit for the future and ready to provide the best possible service to the community. The team have put their values at the heart of what they do and this is now reflected in the positive culture and working environment”.

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