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NPT Homes has also carried out 343 roof replacements and 504 window and door installations; amounting to a £28.3million investment so far. To measure the Welsh Government impact of the WHQS programme on the local economy, the organisation has carried out a Local Multiplier 3 (LM3) analysis. The analysis has shown that, for every £1 spent in the Borough, £1.99 has been reinvested into the Welsh economy. It is worth noting that the maximum multiplier figure that the tool produces is £2.00; a huge achievement considering the programme is still in its early years. The good work we have done over the year has also been recognised on a wider scale with NPT Homes being nominated for several awards. Notable nominations include two for the Welsh Housing Awards; firstly the Arborist Team in the “delivering efficiency and value for money” category and The Momentum Partnership project, which is a pre-employment initiative that has been developed by Workways in conjunction with ourselves and some of our contractors, NPT College and other local employers, as an example of partnership working. Maintenance Operative, Adam Marshall, was shortlisted as one of the top candidates in the UK in the annual APSE National Housing and Building Apprentice of the Year Awards. Our Tenant Empowerment Co-ordinator, Ross Williams, was shortlisted for the prestigious Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru (CIH) Rising Star Award which was won by NPT Homes’ Neighbourhood Support Manager, Clare Way, in 2012. Also, our Youth Committee was recognised under the Costain Campaigning and Fundraising Award at the Neath Port Talbot Youth Volunteering Awards. Other achievements in the year include the opening of our new headquarters in Baglan Energy Park; a central base for NPT Homes’ staff and services which were previously spread over seven different offices across the Borough. 3

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