Sutton Housing Partnership celebrate 2000th window installation

This Is Local London: Tenants from Garendon Road, Mike Davis, SHP Board Chair, Andrew Taylor, SHP Chief Executive, Councillor Sean Brennan, Mayor of Sutton, Frank Berry, SFTRA Chair, Melanie King, Mulalley Resident Liaison Officer, Jennifer Clarke, Mulalley Assistant Resident Tenants from Garendon Road, Mike Davis, SHP Board Chair, Andrew Taylor, SHP Chief Executive, Councillor Sean Brennan, Mayor of Sutton, Frank Berry, SFTRA Chair, Melanie King, Mulalley Resident Liaison Officer, Jennifer Clarke, Mulalley Assistant Resident

Sutton Housing Partnership is celebrating the installation of the 2000th new window through its five-year Decent Homes Programme.

To mark the occasion, the tenants at Garendon Road, were presented with flowers and a shopping voucher from contractor Mulalley and the Mayor of Sutton, Cllr Sean Brennan.

Presenting the flowers, Mayor of Sutton, Cllr Sean Brennan said: “It gives me great pleasure to mark this pivotal moment in our on-going work with Sutton Housing Partnership.

“Both Sutton Council and SHP have shared a common goal since our work began – ensuring residents are provided with high-quality and affordable living conditions.

“It is testament to these efforts that we have reached this tremendous milestone of the 2000th window installation in Sutton.”

Andrew Chalk, Head of Asset Management at Sutton Housing Partnership said: “Decent Homes funding is bringing significant improvements to Council homes and our residents’ lives.

“The total value of the funding programme since 2010, including this year, is £68.5 million. In the next year around £33.4 million will be spent on improving Council homes across the borough.”

The programme includes; window replacement, external and internal repairs and redecorations, garage roof replacements and balcony railing replacements to properties around the borough.

Colin Watson, Operations Director at Mulalley added: “The completion of the 2000th property milestone is a further testament of the continued successful partnership arrangement that we have with the residents and Sutton Housing Partnership.”

Mulalley are in their third year of a four-year, £17 million external repairs and decoration framework with Sutton Housing Partnership.

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12:20am Mon 9 Dec 13

justbeinghonest says...

If the windows are anything like the box bathrooms,don`t expect them to last out for long
If the windows are anything like the box bathrooms,don`t expect them to last out for long justbeinghonest

8:06am Mon 9 Dec 13

LiberalsOut says...

and they probably cost more than if you bought and fitted them yourslef
and they probably cost more than if you bought and fitted them yourslef LiberalsOut

8:51am Mon 9 Dec 13

Niki R says...

If memory serves, Decent Homes was an initiative of the last Labour Government, not SHP.
If memory serves, Decent Homes was an initiative of the last Labour Government, not SHP. Niki R

10:13am Mon 9 Dec 13

Crease2000 says...

Happy 2000th Window.
Happy 2000th Window. Crease2000

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