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As a resident with “My Space” since March 2020. I would like to take this opportunity to send a big thank you to you, your staff, and the company for helping me through my last two years. I believe if it was not due to the help I have received from the staff and My…Read More
Hi, my name is Richard I currently live at the Easington My Space property and have so since December 2020. When I moved in I had only the clothes on my back. I was in a dark place when I arrived and had thoughts of harming myself in lockdown. I lost everything, my job, my…Read More
How a MySpace Tenant who fed the homeless lost his business and ended up homeless himself, but still helps rough sleepers
Marc Thomas, 46, of Plasmarl, who is a MySpace tenant who helped Swansea’s homeless who ended up without a roof over his head has come full circle and has helped rough sleepers this winter. Marc Thomas has been through everything from having his community café closed down, bankruptcy, to a breakdown and sofa surfing before…Read More
It is distressing that My Space was part of a BBC Panorama programme on Monday 15th August into the lease-based housing model. We provide Exempt Accommodation for over 1500 vulnerable adults with a broad range of complex needs including those who have addiction or serious mental health issues. They are supported by our dedicated and…Read More
Peter Lynch our Strategic Director attended a conference jointly run by Recourse and Lancashire Women on “Diversion and Early Intervention for Women in the Criminal Justice System”. Lancashire Women have been delivering a pilot project in partnership with Lancashire Police for the last 12 months. Recourse is an early intervention project with an aim to divert…Read More
As you may have seen in some sector publications, My Space has been issued with a Complaint Handling Failure Order for a tenant complaint in October 2021.Please be assured that the order did not reflect the way we handled the compliant or indeed the impact to the tenant involved, it was more an administrative issue…Read More
One of My Space’s regions- Cheshire, Merseyside & Wales, one of the teams have built over 60 hampers for tenants across the area. The team led two of the housing managers Amy Barrie and Rebecca Evans gathered multiple gifts, hampers and we believe Rebecca has kindly offered to dress up as Santa for Christmas Eve…Read More
My Space have recently been in collaboration with the Lancashire Police to join forces in order to combat Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) within the locality. It has been a successful venture. Our partnership has allowed us to educate both our tenants and residents within the surrounding neighbourhoods to: · Understand the meaning of ASB ·…Read More
MySpace have recently built a new development site located on Grundy Road, Farnworth, Bolton which will be used to accommodate the veterans. The accommodation will support veterans in adjusting and integrating into the community, offering support for their mental health, employment, and education. For more information about the accommodation please see the news article from…Read More
After recent complaints were raised from the locals regarding how the memorial gardens at St Pauls had become over the years, a meeting with one of the local parishioners was made on how MySpace could help to tackle the issue. After discussions, a date was arranged for a client involvement event took place tidy up…Read More