UK Housing specialises in raising standards in the social and affordable housing sectors. Their journalists report on the latest news in the social and affordable housing sectors from housing finance to planning regulations to energy efficiency and housing management.
This month, Global Guardians Management
Security Director Stuart Woolgar has been interviewed by UK Housing to discuss the new developments in the Property Guardian
Our approach to live in-guardians
has always been progressive, and to quote Stuart Woolgar, it has been ‘regenerative’, breathing a fresh philosophy into affordable housing.
Here is a brief snippet of the interview but you can read the full interview here
on the UK Housing website:
How would you describe the ethos of the company today?
Our ethos remains the same as when we first began: property guardians are at the centre of our company so we treat them with the respect and management they require. We look after our client’s buildings as if they were our own so pay a lot of attention and management time to looking after their assets.
We respond to all of our client’s requests immediately with no delay. Our business is to bring empty buildings back to life and then maintain them until they return to their primary use. We do this in the most ethical, environmentally friendly and safe way possible. We treat our staff with respect and encourage innovation and self-empowerment.
As an example, we hire people who might not have had an office background and are young people so not many employers will consider employing them. Once we hire them we find dedicated, energetic people who develop into key team members and progress within our company.
As we grow we continue with our simple but fair ethos and we do not cut corners on costs
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