SBHG’s work has been recognised at Hammersmith and Fulham’s first Civic Honours awards ceremony.
Matt Campion, SBHG chief executive, was nominated in the Community Spirit category in recognition of the group’s work in the borough. SBHG manages approximately 2,700 homes in Hammersmith and Fulham – over half of all SBHG’s housing. This number is set to increase in the coming years, with a further 44 SBHG homes for the borough currently in our development pipeline.
As well as homes, SBHG provides community services to Hammersmith and Fulham residents – including from our Best Chance programme, which provides employment support and training from offices in Hammersmith.
The Civic Honours aim to recognise significant contributions of organisations or individuals in Hammersmith and Fulham, and the impact that these contributions have had on people living and working in the borough.
“It’s an honour to be recognised in these awards, which show the dedication and commitment demonstrated throughout Hammersmith and Fulham,” said Matt Campion. “SBHG are part of the Hammersmith & Fulham community, and our ‘Social heart, Business head, Local impact’ ethos focuses our services on the communities within it.
“It’s that ethos, and our community spirit , which has shaped us since we bought our first home – in the heart of Hammersmith and Fulham – in 1968. We’re now in our 50th anniversary year, and we’re continuing to help build the communities that make the borough such a vibrant area.”