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Monthly Archives: April 2016

  • Newlon a winner at UK Housing Awards

    28th Apr 2016 | News

    We are pleased to have won the Outstanding Contribution to Promoting Home Ownership category at the UK Housing Awards, which was held at the Lancaster Hotel on 26th April. We were up against strong competition so were pleased to walk away with trophy. The category was open to any social landlords helping to increase access to sustainable home ownership. To win required us to […]

  • Cannon Road highly commended at First Time Buyer Readers’ Awards

    25th Apr 2016 | News

    Against some strong competition, we were pleased to have been highly commended in the Best Large Development category for Cannon Road at the First Time Buyer Readers’ Awards on 22nd April. Cannon Road sits on the site of a derelict former rubber factory on Tottenham High Road, containing 222 homes in a mix of tenures. It has 22 […]

  • Deadline to register to vote for Mayor of London fast approaching

    13th Apr 2016 | News

    You can vote on 5th May 2016 for the Mayor of London and London Assembly if you: are registered to vote by 18th April 2016 live in London will be at least 18 years old on the day of the elections are a British citizen, a European Union citizen or a Commonwealth citizen, or who has leave to […]

  • City Services win Estate Inspection Contract

    7th Apr 2016 | News

    We recently went through a thorough process to procure a contractor for our concierge and estate inspection service, to ensure value for money. We received interest from 38 companies. We shortlisted these and invited six to submit full tenders, which were assessed against cost and quality criteria. Residents were also consulted to get their opinions. […]

  • New resident involvement kitemarks

    1st Apr 2016 | News

    We have introduced ‘kitemarks’ for our publications. A kitemark is a visual symbol of resident involvement with our internal and external publications, so our customers, staff and other stakeholders can easily see where residents have been involved, and where we have taken comments on board. How can the kitemark be achieved? There are three levels of […]