Horton Housing Association has won the Best Supported Housing Landlord category in the UK Housing Awards 2020.
These prestigious awards showcase the very best that the housing sector has to offer and are judged by a panel of industry leaders. They are organised by the Chartered Institute of Housing and Inside Housing magazine.
Horton Housing fought off tough competition to win the award at a virtual ceremony last week.
Horton Housing’s Chief Executive Officer, Paul Gartland, said: “It is an incredible achievement to win this national award and to receive this recognition for the high quality accommodation and support we provide to people across North and West Yorkshire.
“Supported housing is at the heart of everything we do at Horton Housing and the award is a credit to the hard work and commitment of all our employees and volunteers.”
Horton Housing manages more than 30 different housing, training and support services across Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees and North Yorkshire. It provides specialist support and quality accommodation for the most vulnerable in society including people who are homeless, young people, older people, people with mental health problems, people with drug and alcohol addiction, refugees, gypsies and travellers, and ex-offenders.
Our subsidiary company, Chartford Housing, develops supported accommodation in North and West Yorkshire.