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Finalist for UK Housing Award’s Innovator of the Year

Innovator of the Year Finalist

We’re so delighted to share that we have been shortlisted for Innovator of the Year in the UK Housing Awards 2021. The UK Housing Awards are the biggest awards in the housing sector, and this year celebrates 25 years of celebrating excellence in UK housing.


Since 1997 the UK Housing Awards have shone a light on the remarkable teams and individuals who have demonstrated a real commitment to the housing sector and whose work has made a valuable impact to the people and communities they serve.


Invisible Creations® is over the moon to be recognised for the work we’re doing with housing providers to revolutionise their approach to home adaptations. Invisible Creations® was created to change lives, promote independence and raise standards of living.


Invisible Creations® has galvanised the social housing sector, gaining the support of housing associations across the UK, who are installing the initial product range into their properties, to change their approach to adaptations – with commitments to move to a model that places strategic installation and attractive design at the forefront. This demonstrates the shared synergy and commitment they have to regenerate existing housing stock provide well-designed and practical homes to transform people’s lives and address the country’s housing challenges.


Tricia Grierson, Partnership Officer, Manchester Housing Providers Partnership: “For years we have witnessed the reluctance of our older residents to use assistive products in their homes; choosing to struggle on or even fall rather than have them installed. We are all delighted to have Invisible Creations® products available to us that are as dignified as our customers. To finally see them in place is really significant. They fit seamlessly into our bathrooms, quietly doing a really important job, which is helping our residents to remain independent in their homes for longer.”