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Cordale Housing Association named Best Performing Business Under 25 Employees

Accolade for West Dunbartonshire-based housing association 

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Cordale Housing Association was delighted to win the Best Performing Business (Under 25 Employees) Award at the Working4Business Gala Awards Dinner on 31 May at the Clydebank Town Hall.

The Working4Business Awards celebrate the success and achievements of local businesses in West Dunbartonshire, and Cordale was named as one of three finalists shortlisted for the Best Performing Business (Under 25 Employees) category in April of this year.

The award is an excellent accolade for Cordale Housing Association, as it was up against strong and varied competition in the category, and the award is recognition of the quality of performance, services and outcomes Cordale provides to tenants and the commitment of all staff to deliver the highest standards. 

Margaret McCallion, Cordale Housing Association Chairperson ,said:

“Cordale were honoured and proud to receive this award. Our focus is to be the best landlord we can be, providing our tenants with quality housing and excellent services. This type of external recognition is great to receive, as it provides assurance what we are doing is having a positive impact and we are making a difference.

“Nonetheless, we are not standing still and have a lot more to accomplish. We are building a new office in the heart of Renton, replacing empty shops that have been derelict for years, and, in partnership with Caledonia Housing Association, a significant number of new affordable homes will be built in Renton and Alexandria over the next few years.  

“This recognition reflects the hard work and dedication of our committee, staff and support of our partners. Meanwhile, the foundations that enabled these achievements were established a few years ago. Our former Chairperson, Isabel Barr, who sadly passed away a couple of years ago, provided the leadership and direction necessary to deliver the improvements we see today. Isabel, more than anyone, helped get Cordale to where we are, and this award reflects her immense contribution to Cordale.”

Pictured: From left to right: Barry Johnstone, Cordale Housing Association Area Director; Margaret McCallion, Cordale Chairperson; and Martin Walker, Vice Chair of Cordale Housing Association, Veronica Hamilton Cordale Committee Member, Geraldine McKenzie, Joe Dewar, Lisa-Marie Brown, Alec Drain and Kevin Nixon, all part of Cordale Housing Association staff team pictured with the award.