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Hyde Tops the League of Shame! Nominations for Bad Awards So Far

See also: Lousy Landlords and Bullying Bosses - Welcome to the Alternative Housing Awards - press release

Hyde Housing Group is now topping the league of shame in the overall 'Bad Landlord' category of the Alternative Housing Awards, having received 49% of votes cast. Clarion has had 22%, Sanctuary 14% and Hexagon 7%. Almost 190 nominations have been made in less than two weeks since the online voting system opened (see details below). There is still plenty of time to get yours in before voting closes on the 20th April.


Some of these names also appear in the 'Bad Employer' category with Clarion getting 63% of votes, and Sanctuary, Bernicia, Accent Group all with 13% each.



You Can Nominate Your Association Anonymously Online Here!


The worst examples will get their gong in April at the HA Workers and Residents Network's Alternative Housing Awards:


5.30pm, Wednesday 26th April
The Lancaster Gate Hotel
66-71 Lancaster Gate, London W2 3NA


This event will take place at the same time and in (almost) the same place as the UK Housing Awards which will be attended by our highly paid HA executives. Please come along and enjoy the Bad Awards for free. 


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Facebook event here
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