Clanmil Housing Invests in People Posted on 26 May 2022

Clanmil Housing has been awarded the We Invest in People Silver Accreditation recognising its commitment to providing a great place to work. 

Investors in People is the international standard for people management, defining what it takes to lead, support and manage people effectively to achieve sustainable results.  It enables organisations to benchmark against the best in the business on an international scale, and the Silver Accreditation means that Clanmil is among the top 15% of organisations assessed by Investors in People.  

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Karen Gilmore, Executive Director of People and Organisational Development (left) and Carol McTaggart, Group Chief Executive, (right) are joined by colleagues Hannah Kerr and Robert Scott to celebrate the Silver IIP accreditation


The Investors in People assessment confirmed that Clanmil is built on a strong foundation of dedicated people.

Welcoming the award, Carol McTaggart, Group Chief Executive at Clanmil, said:
“We believe that the success of Clanmil begins and ends with our people.  We have an amazing team of dedicated and passionate people who work tirelessly every day to make a real difference and we really understand the value in helping them develop and realise their full potential. 

“Meeting the requirements of the Investors in People standard is a great achievement, exceeding it and being reaccredited at silver level is something we are really proud of.

“We want Clanmil to be a great place to work.  Investors in People helps organisations like ours listen to our people, recognise what we’re doing well and where we need to improve.  We now have a road map to help us build on our employee offer and ensure we retain great people and attract diverse new talent to deliver our strategy and provide homes for people to live well.”

Paul Devoy, CEO of Investors in People, said:
“We’d like to congratulate Clanmil Housing. Silver accreditation on We invest in people is a remarkable effort for any organisation, and places Clanmil Housing in fine company with a host of organisations that understand the value of people.”

Clanmil employs more than 300 people across Northern Ireland in a wide range of roles including front-line housing management, care, community cohesion, property development and repair teams along with Finance, HR, IT and Communications support.  Its purpose is to provide homes for people to live well and it currently owns and manages over 5,600 homes for more than 10,800 people.