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18th September 2014

Two Pinnacle PSG nominees shortlisted for the Women in Housing Awards 2014

Pinnacle PSG has not just one, but two, shortlisted nominees in this year’s prestigious Women in Housing Awards 2014. Rochelle Menville has been shortlisted...

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Pinnacle PSG has not just one, but two, shortlisted nominees in this year’s prestigious Women in Housing Awards 2014. Rochelle Menville has been shortlisted for the Young Achiever (Housing and Community Development) award for her work in Canning Town, Hackney and Lewisham. Rochelle’s colleague, sheltered housing manager, Julie Impey, based in Canning Town, has been shortlisted for the Best Project/Innovation award for her work revitalising the Ruscoe Road community centre, through an innovative range of activities. Both women have been highly praised by local people for their commitment to community involvement within Canning Town.


A star for the future

Rochelle began her career with Pinnacle PSG as a school leaver working her way up from customer services officer to housing services manager and the management of a complex Private Finance Initiative (PFI) contract to manage and refurbish over 1,250 homes in Canning Town. With each move Rochelle took on greater responsibility, impressing her managers, colleagues and residents along the way. Rochelle plays a leading role in Pinnacle PSG’s Housing Practitioners Group and  plays a key part in making policies user friendly, keeping the needs of residents at the forefront of all discussions.


Bringing the Canning Town community together

At the heart of Canning Town is the Ruscoe Road sheltered housing scheme which has been transformed with Julie at the helm working closely with residents. Julie’s idea to extend the use of the centre by involving both young and older people and parents and carers has ensured that all sections of the local community can come together in bright, new, modern facilities. The centre has had a massive impact on local women who have found a place to socialise, learn and make new friends.


Neil Euesden, managing director of Pinnacle PSG said: “We are incredibly proud of Julie and Rochelle who are committed to always going the extra mile to make a real difference to the quality of life of residents. We wish them the best of luck - they are already winners to us.”


The winners will be announced on Thursday 13th November 2014 at a ceremony taking place in the Hilton Deansgate hotel in Manchester.

 


The photo shows residents in Canning Town enjoying their new community centre.

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18th September 2014

Two Pinnacle PSG nominees shortlisted for the Women in Housing Awards 2014

Pinnacle PSG has not just one, but two, shortlisted nominees in this year’s prestigious Women in Housing Awards 2014. Rochelle Menville has been shortlisted for the Young Achiever (Housing and Community Development) award for her work in Canning Town, Hackney and Lewisham. Rochelle’s colleague, sheltered housing manager, Julie Impey, based in Canning Town, has been shortlisted for the Best Project/Innovation award for her work revitalising the Ruscoe Road community centre, through an innovative range of activities. Both women have been highly praised by local people for their commitment to community involvement within Canning Town.


A star for the future

Rochelle began her career with Pinnacle PSG as a school leaver working her way up from customer services officer to housing services manager and the management of a complex Private Finance Initiative (PFI) contract to manage and refurbish over 1,250 homes in Canning Town. With each move Rochelle took on greater responsibility, impressing her managers, colleagues and residents along the way. Rochelle plays a leading role in Pinnacle PSG’s Housing Practitioners Group and  plays a key part in making policies user friendly, keeping the needs of residents at the forefront of all discussions.


Bringing the Canning Town community together

At the heart of Canning Town is the Ruscoe Road sheltered housing scheme which has been transformed with Julie at the helm working closely with residents. Julie’s idea to extend the use of the centre by involving both young and older people and parents and carers has ensured that all sections of the local community can come together in bright, new, modern facilities. The centre has had a massive impact on local women who have found a place to socialise, learn and make new friends.


Neil Euesden, managing director of Pinnacle PSG said: “We are incredibly proud of Julie and Rochelle who are committed to always going the extra mile to make a real difference to the quality of life of residents. We wish them the best of luck - they are already winners to us.”


The winners will be announced on Thursday 13th November 2014 at a ceremony taking place in the Hilton Deansgate hotel in Manchester.

 


The photo shows residents in Canning Town enjoying their new community centre.

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