Edmonton Green Shopping Centre has scooped a second award win in as many months.
The management team triumphed at the Estates Gazette Awards, beating twelve other organisations to win the ‘Superhero Award’, created this year to recognise those who went “above and beyond” to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
During the first Covid-19 lockdown, the shopping centre reached out to more than 20 community groups, making donations to those directly in need and to organisations helping the area’s most vulnerable.
Sabri Marsaoui, asset director at Edmonton Green, said: “I’m so incredibly proud of the amazing team we have. Never before has it been so important for landlords and property managers to work collaboratively in the interests of their local communities.
“We have an extremely hands-on approach, which enables the team to think, decide and act quickly, and their dynamic response to the Covid-19 pandemic meant they remained ahead of the game.”
Marie Kyriacou-Edwards, operations manager, added: “Knowing our efforts during the pandemic had a direct positive effect on so many members of our local community is such a fantastic feeling.”
In October the team also won an award from the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management, also for its pandemic response.
1 December 2020 | | Enfield Dispatch