Top marks for Ferry Project in Wisbech
LUMINUS Group s Ferry Project in Wisbech has been awarded top grades by county council inspectors. The Project has been awarded a grade A, in the National Supporting People Quality Assessment Framework by Cambridgeshire County Council inspectors. The fram
LUMINUS Group's Ferry Project in Wisbech has been awarded top grades by county council inspectors.
The Project has been awarded a grade A, in the National Supporting People Quality Assessment Framework by Cambridgeshire County Council inspectors.
The framework assesses the quality of services that the organisation is providing to homeless people in Fenland.
The Ferry Project was found, not only to be achieving the required standard in all aspects of their service, but also in providing extra and higher quality services above and beyond it.
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Areas praised by the inspectors included the support given to clients at the project and the professional and enthusiastic work of the staff.
Chan Abraham, chairman of the Ferry Project, said: "The excellent results achieved by Ferry Project are testimony to the hard work and dedication of the employees.
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"The 'A' grade reflects the quality of services the Ferry Project provides to the homeless people in Fenland.
"It demonstrates how essential this service is to the local community. Going forward, the Ferry Project's move to Octavia View next year will build on this success and allow an expansion of services to benefit all of the local community.
"I pay tribute to our director Keith Smith and every staff member, whose immense commitment to helping make a big difference in people's lives is a great example of progress along our Road to Renewal over the next 10 years.