Sanctuary Group has been recognised as an award-winning organisation. We are very proud of the accolades we have received, including the awards listed below:

Development awards

Sanctuary’s £60 million transformation of Glasgow’s Anderston has been formally recognised with the following accolades:

  • Scottish Home Awards – Housing Regeneration Project of the Year 2019
  • Homes for Scotland – Affordable Housing Development of the Year 2019
  • Saltire Society – Housing Design Awards 2019: Multiple Dwelling Commendation
  • CIH Scotland - Excellence Award Winner 2018

Sanctuary Scotland worked with the local community, Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council to transform Anderston’s housing stock.

The 10-year project saw many 1960s buildings demolished and replaced with 540 high quality, affordable homes.

Anderston Development in Glasgow

George Baldwin and Harry Eales celebrate their awards

Employment awards

Sanctuary’s Plumbing Apprentice, Nicole McGarvey, has won the 2019 Apprentice of the Year for the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and the Built Environment of Glasgow Clyde College.

Three employees triumphed at the 2018 Worcestershire Group Training Association Apprenticeship Awards.

George Baldwin, Accountancy Apprentice, won the Excellence in Accountancy Award for his outstanding approach to both Sanctuary and his studies as part of his Association of Accounting Technicians qualification.

Harry Eales, Business and Administration Apprentice, was jointly named Level 2 Apprentice of the Year, an award given for exceptional performance in the workplace.

Matthew Spellar, Business and Administration Apprentice, was presented with the Endeavour Award for his efforts in the face of adversity. The award recognised Matthew’s exceptional commitment to personal and professional development, including overcoming barriers to learning.

Care awards

Aashna House Residential Care Home received the accolade of ‘Top 20 Care Homes in London 2019’ from the leading online guide carehome.co.uk. It recognises care homes which put compassion, dignity and kindness at the heart of their care, and are making a positive difference to residents’ lives.

Upton Dene Care Home in Chester was included on the Knight Frank Luxury Care Home List 2018.

Asra House Residential Care Home in Leicester won the Care Team Award at the 2018 Great British Care Awards.

Debbie Barton, a care assistant at our Fernihurst Nursing Home, won the Caring Times Unsung Heroes Award in 2017.

Castlecroft Residential Care Home

SSL is now landlord and support provider for Culvery Court residents

Supported Living awards

 

Jan Weston, Deputy Local Service Manager at Brighton and Hove Foyer, which supports 50 young people aged 16 to 25, won the Foyer Legend Award at the 2018 Sparks Awards organised by the Foyer Federation.

Clover Court in Lowestoft, which has 20 apartments designed to meet the needs of people with physical disabilities, won the Promoting Dignity and Respect in Everyday Life Award at the 2018 Suffolk Care Awards.