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Clean-up project delights council residents in Essex

16/08/2007

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Arm’s length management organisations (ALMOs) have led a revolution in the management of council housing in the UK since they were established in 2002. There are now 69 of them, managing more than one million council homes across 65 local authorities. One such body, St George’s Community Housing in Essex, received excellent feedback recently from residents and community groups for its on-going community clean-up project, undertaken with Pinnacle PSG (+44 (0) 20 7017 2000).

John Mckay, a resident of Lee Chapel North estate, who is also a tenant representative for the community, was impressed by the efforts made by Pinnacle in a clothes-drying area in the sheltered scheme. The communal area was weather-beaten with moss and damp before it was rescued by a deep clean, and now it is back in business.

Arm’s length management organisations (ALMOs) have led a revolution in the management of council housing in the UK since they were established in 2002.

Arm’s length management organisations (ALMOs) have led a revolution in the management of council housing in the UK since they were established in 2002.

Arm’s length management organisations (ALMOs) have led a revolution in the management of council housing in the UK since they were established in 2002.

 

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