Housing group in Brent wins equality and diversity award
- Credit: Archant
One of the biggest housing organisations in the borough has attained its goal by receiving an award for its attitude towards equality and diversity.
Brent Housing Partnership, which managed 12,500 council properties, received the highly respected Leaders in Diversity award a year after being given the Investors in Diversity (IiD) standard.
The housing group made it their goal to achieve the highly respected award.
During the assessment process for award, BHP was identified as an organisation that is committed to continuous improvement by using both long term plans and short term goals for equality, diversity and inclusion.
Joanne Drew, chair of BHP said: “We are very pleased to have received the leaders in Diversity Award.
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“BHP works in one of the most diverse boroughs in London and we are committed to serving our diverse communities and stakeholders to embed equality and diversity values at the core of our organisation.”
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