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20th August 2014

Lesley Roberts joins Pinnacle PSG as new PRS Director

Pinnacle PSG, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pinnacle Regeneration Group, welcomes Lesley Roberts, as the newest member of  the executive team. Lesley is joining...

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Pinnacle PSG, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pinnacle Regeneration Group, welcomes Lesley Roberts, as the newest member of  the executive team. Lesley is joining Pinnacle PSG to spearhead Private Rented Sector (PRS) services for large scale residential landlords and investors.

Immediately prior to joining Pinnacle PSG, Lesley was a specialist PRS consultant working with developers, housing associations and institutional investors to assist them in acquiring, building and efficiently operating large scale PRS portfolios.

Her background includes the turnaround of a £100m central London residential portfolio taken over in receivership (following the economic downturn of 2006/07). Lesley created a dedicated team to turn this portfolio into the lead asset of a private investment company within 18 months.

Degree qualified in business, a Member of the Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA) and National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), Lesley has worked in the central London property industry for the past nine years. Lesley sits on the Board of Soho Housing Association as a non-executive and is an active member of Women in Property.

Lesley started her career in the hotel industry in five-star operations. Prior to working in the London property market, Lesley spent five years working within the mining, shipping and heavy industry sector specialising in stakeholder relations, media and community engagement.

Neil Euesden, Managing Director of Pinnacle PSG said: “We’re delighted to welcome Lesley to our team at this exciting time for our business.  Lesley’s experience and standing in the industry will accelerate our growth in the PRS market.”

11th August 2014

Fun in the sun at New Vision Homes Resident's Day

Despite the predictions of thunderstorms, residents in Lakeview, Woking, basked in the glorious sunshine at the New Vision Homes (NVH) Residents' Day on 6th August...

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Despite the predictions of thunderstorms, residents in Lakeview, Woking, basked in the glorious sunshine at the New Vision Homes (NVH) Residents' Day on 6th August 2014.


Over 450 local residents attended and enjoyed a variety of activities including donkey rides, table-tennis competitions, reptile displays and face painting. There was also a whole host of NVH staff to speak to plus members from SurreySave, the Residents Operations Board and the local Police.


New Vision Homes Contract Manager, Guy Sanderson, commented on the day: “It’s a great chance for our residents to speak to us face-to-face and tell us what’s important to them. We’ll continue to do these events so all parts of Woking have a chance to get involved. It was great to see so many people enjoying themselves.”

8th August 2014

Pinnacle PSG shortlisted as finalist for the Sustainable Housing Awards 2014

Pinnacle PSG has been shortlisted in the ‘Sustainable Social Housing Contractor of the Year’ category at The Sustainable Housing Awards 2014. This...

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Pinnacle PSG has been shortlisted in the ‘Sustainable Social Housing Contractor of the Year’ category at The Sustainable Housing Awards 2014. This is the second year running that Pinnacle PSG has been a finalist in this category and last year walked away with the winning trophy. 

The event is organised by Inside Housing magazine and its sister publication Sustainable Housing. These awards put the spotlight on the best green social housing projects constructed in the UK, and the organisations responsible for them. The trophies will be presented at a ceremony hosted by one of the world’s greatest living explorers, Sir Ranulph Fiennes on Friday 17 October at the Lancaster London Hotel.

Emma Maier, editor of Inside Housing, said: “Housing accounts for 25% of UK carbon emissions, so reducing emissions from new and existing homes is vital if the UK is to meet its carbon reduction targets. Social housing landlords have been at the forefront of responding to that challenge.

“The Sustainable Housing Awards recognise and reward social housing providers that are playing a pioneering role in greening the UK’s housing stock – and tackling fuel poverty.

“The awards are in their seventh year, and, once again, we have been inundated with entries from the leading organisations who have been behind the most innovative and impressive projects in the UK. It is a brilliant achievement for Pinnacle PSG to be shortlisted in the face of such fierce competition. We are thrilled to be able to host the awards ceremony that recognises the work of the housing sector’s sustainable pioneers.”

7th August 2014

Community Planting Party in Myatt’s Field North

Pinnacle PSG recently arranged a community planting party on Cowley Road in Myatt’s Field North, Lambeth, that included 25 local school children and was...

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Pinnacle PSG recently arranged a community planting party on Cowley Road in Myatt’s Field North, Lambeth, that included 25 local school children and was supported by local councillors.

The event was initiated by a local gardening project called Father Nature, for young and teenage dads in Lambeth. The project started out as part of a fathers' group at St. Michael's Fellowship, a local family charity, running gardening activities for dads and their children. They built all the flower beds around Lambeth and wanted to organise a planting party for the Cowley Road area.

Pinnacle PSG’s Resident Engagement Manager Jennifer Dixon visited the local school, Durand Primary School, encouraging children from years one and two to support the planting party as part of their outdoor learning experience.

Jennifer worked closely with Pinnacle PSG Grounds Maintenance Contract Manager, Samelia Craughwell, to provide small trowels and watering cans for the children to use. Staff also ensured that the traffic was controlled at each end of Cowley Road to ensure their safety.

6th August 2014

Housing Managers gain BTEC Level 2 ASB Certificates

A number of Pinnacle PSG staff collected their BTEC Level 2 certificate in “An introduction to case work for tackling anti-social behaviour (ASB) and neighbour...

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A number of Pinnacle PSG staff collected their BTEC Level 2 certificate in “An introduction to case work for tackling anti-social behaviour (ASB) and neighbour disputes” at our head office in Holborn, London, last week. Eight staff across four of our housing and PFI contracts; Joana Rosario (Brockley PFI); Chloe Chapman (Kirklees); Jack Barkell, Innocent Annan, Ahad Miah, Victoria Savage (CityWest Homes) and Sam Alderman- Miller, Tamsin Dyer (New Vision Homes) successfully achieved this qualification after attending a two day classroom based course in March 2014.

Staff have gained skills in adopting a ‘victim centred’ approach in ASB management, and have knowledge of the full range of powers and tools available to them in managing these cases. ASB is a core part of a Housing Manager’s job and the staff that attended found it very useful and are keen to use their new skills in their work.  The course also covered upcoming anti-social behaviour legislation, behaviour orders and injunctions. Another course is being run in September to which more of our Housing Managers will attend, following the success of this one.

“An engaging and enlightening course. Essential for anyone interested in the legal aspects of anti-social behaviour management”, said Sam Alderman-Miller, Housing Manager, New Vision Homes.

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20th August 2014

Lesley Roberts joins Pinnacle PSG as new PRS Director

Pinnacle PSG, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pinnacle Regeneration Group, welcomes Lesley Roberts, as the newest member of  the executive team. Lesley is joining Pinnacle PSG to spearhead Private Rented Sector (PRS) services for large scale residential landlords and investors.

Immediately prior to joining Pinnacle PSG, Lesley was a specialist PRS consultant working with developers, housing associations and institutional investors to assist them in acquiring, building and efficiently operating large scale PRS portfolios.

Her background includes the turnaround of a £100m central London residential portfolio taken over in receivership (following the economic downturn of 2006/07). Lesley created a dedicated team to turn this portfolio into the lead asset of a private investment company within 18 months.

Degree qualified in business, a Member of the Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA) and National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), Lesley has worked in the central London property industry for the past nine years. Lesley sits on the Board of Soho Housing Association as a non-executive and is an active member of Women in Property.

Lesley started her career in the hotel industry in five-star operations. Prior to working in the London property market, Lesley spent five years working within the mining, shipping and heavy industry sector specialising in stakeholder relations, media and community engagement.

Neil Euesden, Managing Director of Pinnacle PSG said: “We’re delighted to welcome Lesley to our team at this exciting time for our business.  Lesley’s experience and standing in the industry will accelerate our growth in the PRS market.”

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