PracticeAuditLiverpool Trust wins reporting award

Liverpool Trust wins reporting award

This year's CIPFA/PwC Public Reporting and Accountability Awards have honoured the Liverpool Housing Action Trust for its ability to communicate with its stakeholders.

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The trust was commended in the category of ‘local organisation with an annual turnover of less than £50m’ and praised for its ‘interactive tenant-led internet broadcasting channel called “tenantspin”‘ which had proved ‘particularly efficient’.

Leeds City Council was commended in the category of ‘local organisation with annual turnover of more than £50m, Veterans Agency was commended in the category of ‘national organisation with turnover of less than £50m’, and The Driving Standards Organisation was commended in the category, national organisation with turnover of £50m or more.

Overall The Driving Standards Agency was judged the outstanding entry in all categories and the Addenbrooke’s NHS Trust received a special award for website excellence.

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