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New Ethos Nottingham: Setting the Standard in Supported Housing


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New Ethos Nottingham: Setting the Standard in Supported Housing


When it comes to providing safe and comfortable supported housing, New Ethos Nottingham has always been dedicated to excellence. Recently, we received a letter from Mr. Steve Cotterill, an Environmental Health Officer from Nottingham City Council, which reaffirms our commitment to maintaining the highest standards in housing management. In this blog post, we are thrilled to share the positive news from Mr. Cotterill's inspection and reflect on what it means for New Ethos Nottingham.


A Clean Bill of Health


In the world of property management, inspections are a necessary part of ensuring that properties are safe and well-maintained. Mr. Cotterill conducted an inspection of several of our properties under the Supported Housing Improvement Program (SHIP). This program is designed to evaluate the quality of supported housing and ensure it complies with various regulations, including the Housing Act 2004 and the Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) Regulations.

The outcome of Mr. Cotterill's inspection was incredibly positive for New Ethos Nottingham. He reported that a good standard of management was observed at our properties and, perhaps most importantly, failed to identify any significant deficiencies or HHSRS hazards. This is a testament to our team's hard work, dedication, and unwavering commitment to providing safe and comfortable housing for our residents.





A Team Effort


At New Ethos Nottingham, we understand that maintaining high standards in housing management is a collective effort. Our dedicated team of property managers, maintenance staff, and support personnel work tirelessly to ensure that our properties meet and exceed all relevant regulations and guidelines.

This positive inspection outcome would not have been possible without the cooperation and hard work of our entire team. From regular property maintenance to attentive resident support, every aspect of our operation contributes to the overall quality of our housing.


What This Means for Our Residents


Our residents' safety and well-being have always been our top priorities. Mr. Cotterill's positive assessment reinforces our commitment to providing them with a secure and comfortable living environment. It assures our residents that we take their safety seriously and will continue to uphold the highest standards in housing management.





Our Commitment to Continuous Improvement


While we are delighted with the outcome of this inspection, we know that the work is never truly finished. At New Ethos Nottingham, we are committed to continuous improvement. We will use the feedback and insights from this inspection to further enhance our properties and services. Our aim is not only to meet regulations but to exceed expectations.


Get in Touch


If you have any questions about this inspection or would like to discuss any matters related to our properties and services, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. You can contact us directly or speak to Mr. Steve Cotterill, the Environmental Health Officer at Nottingham City Council, using the provided contact information in his letter.




In conclusion, New Ethos Nottingham is proud of the positive outcome of Mr. Cotterill's inspection, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to providing exceptional supported housing. We will continue to work diligently to ensure the safety, comfort, and satisfaction of our residents, setting the standard for supported housing in Nottingham. Thank you for your trust in New Ethos Nottingham.




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