NFTMO
TMO Achievement Awards


Nominations Invited for 2017 Achievement Awards

We are now inviting nominations for the 2017 Awards. You can download details and a nomination form HERE.

Winners of the 2016 Awards announced at Annual Conference

Now in their 4th year, there was a record number of nominations for the NFTMO Awards for Achievement in the TMO sector. The awards are designed to celebrate success in the sector and offer good practice and learning opportunities. If you want to know more about any of the winning entries let us know.

Winners were in the following categories:

For Outstanding Housing Management Performance: Sponsored by Anthony Collins Solicitors nominees were expected to evidence outstanding performance in one or more housing management functions in comparison with other TMOs and/or the landlord and/or best performing social housing providers ... and the winners were Childwall Valley EMB from Liverpool

 Supporting the Community & going the extra mile:  Also sponored by Anthony Collins Solicitors the nominees in this category were expected to demonstrate good practice in activities such as: enabling or encouraging the participation of people living in the TMO area; providing support to particular groups within the community; bringing the community together and/or just going that little bit further than usual or expected to improve the quality of life for local people... and the winners were Browning EMA from the London Borough of Southwark

For Outstanding work with Young People: Sponsored by the Wrekin Housing Trust nominees were expected to demonstrate success and good practice in their work to engage with children and / or young people in the TMO area.... and the winners were Friday Hill TMO from Chingford

 For Effective Partnership Working: The third category sponsored by Anthony Collins Solicitors, the  nominees were expected to evidence how the TMO had worked with a partner organisation or organisations in an effective way to improve services, provide innovative solutions or achieve more for the community generally ... the winner was Leathermarket JMB from the London Borough of Southwark

 For impressive support to TMOs: Sponsored by NFTMO  the nominees were expected to demonstrate that they offered positive support to TMOs. As a landlord supporting TMOs that manage their housing stock or, alternatively, as an advisor, trainer or key partner ... our winner was the Tenant Management Team at the London Borough of Southwark

 To an individual for being a Good Neighbour:   was the second category sponsored by the Wrekin Housing Trust and nominations were invited, from TMOs, of individuals living within their communities who had been outstanding in their voluntary efforts on behalf of neighbours and other residents...the winner was Molly Sinclair of the Roupell Park Estate.