Millfleet Court Shortlisted for Award


Freebridge Community Housing are proud to announce that the marketing campaign for Millfleet Court and Hillington Square have been shortlisted in the National Housing Federation Awards. To qualify for the award, Freebridge was to clearly show that they had engaged directly with residents living in the area, along with the wider community.

The in-house communications team at the community housing association designed and implemented the campaign to promote the new homes at Millfleet Court, Hillington Square.

Tony Hall, Chief Executive at Freebridge said: “The regeneration of Hillington Square is by far and away the largest single project we’ve undertaken as an organisation, and potentially one of the biggest that the local community in King’s Lynn will see in the centre of town. It was really important to us that we engaged with everyone, and the campaign met the needs of our tenants, residents and the wider community.

“We always have and continue to be committed to creating A Better West Norfolk, and by Millfleet Court being recognised on a national stage we know that our vision will be supported for many years to come. It’s a fantastic achievement for everyone involved in all aspects of the regeneration, and we are looking forward to find out where we come in September.”

The £30-million regeneration of Hillington Square is being carried out by Lovell Construction. Phase One, Millfleet Court was launched in November 2014, and Phase Two is due for completion later this year.


The results for the national award will be announced in London on 10 September. Wish us luck!

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