A Glasgow housing association scooped up a 'magnificent' win at a 'prestigious' award ceremony recently. 

Elderpark Housing won the 'excellence for learning and development' award in the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland Housing Awards 2023.

The Govan housing association were one of eight finalists from across Scotland in the category. 

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The award looked to recognise organisations which are leading the way in professionalism, learning and development while delivering a great service for tenants.

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Gary Dalziel, chief executive of Elderpark said: "We are naturally delighted to have won this Award which is a ringing endorsement of the outstanding employees and Board members we have at Elderpark.

“Supporting our people to achieve their full potential is crucial to the success of the organisation and the sector as a whole.

"We have a duty and responsibility to provide opportunities for colleagues to seek to continually develop their skills and knowledge to meet their own career aspirations, deliver high-quality services for our tenants and the wider community and be active participants within the overall housing sector."

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Kerry Clayton, Elderpark’s governance and compliance manager, added: “The staff are naturally delighted at winning this award.

"The number of entries this year was particularly high and we were up against some outstanding organisations so for us to be successful is a testament to the team at Elderpark.”

Elderpark Housing were also finalists in the Housing Organisation of the Year category.

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