HEIDI Adams has joined East Anglian housing association Suffolk Housing Society.Heidi, 33, will be based in the company's Bury St Edmunds office and will work as a housing officer covering schemes in Ipswich, Mid Suffolk and St Edmundsbury.
HEIDI Adams has joined East Anglian housing association Suffolk Housing Society.
Heidi, 33, will be based in the company's Bury St Edmunds office and will work as a housing officer covering schemes in Ipswich, Mid Suffolk and St Edmundsbury.
She joins the society after four years working for Ipswich's Leaving Care Team, where she helped care leavers between 16 and 21-years old with housing, education and independence. Before that, she had a long career in housing, working in estate agency and in Ipswich Borough Council's housing department.
“I am really looking forward to the challenges and opportunities which my new role will bring,” said Ms Adams, who lives in Ipswich. Her role will involve helping tenants to move into properties and looking at ways to increase resident involvement.
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“I'm delighted to have joined the team at Suffolk Housing Society, and am looking forward to helping lots of tenants to find the perfect home,” she said.
Chief executive of Suffolk Housing Society Steve Clarke said: “We are really pleased to welcome Heidi to our team. She brings with her a wealth of experience in various aspects of housing and her appointment will prove of great benefit to our tenants.”
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