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On Sunday 16th May, one of our Partnership Development Officer’s Chloe Naylor competed at the Southport Triathlon which is the GB qualification race for the European Championships which will hopefully be held in Valencia in September of this year.It was an Olympic distance triathlon consisting of 1500m swim, 40k cycle and a 10k run. Chloe…Read More
Following our sign-up to the Armed Forces Covenant, we are pleased to confirm that My Space has received the bronze award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS). This means that we will actively promote being armed forces friendly and are open to employing reservists, armed forces veterans, cadet instructors and military spouses/partners.
Further to previous news shared on the 18th September 2020, the Regulator of Social Housing has confirmed the regulatory judgement as of 17th December 2020. Our board and Senior Leadership Team are working closely with the Regulator and a comprehensive recovery plan has now been mobilsed.A link to the judgement is below. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulatory-judgement-my-space-housing-solutions/current-regulatory-judgement-my-space-housing-solutions-17-december-2020
As part of our commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant, My Space staff are taking part in Military Human: Understanding Military Culture and Transition, online training delivered by the University of York St John The course aims to provide frontline public service staff with a greater understanding of the transition concerns facing ex-Armed Forces personnel,…Read More
Praise like this is what makes the job worthwhile. This is from a tenant who’s been with us for around eighteen months and is now being supported to move into their own accommodation – thanks in no small part to the help and hard work of their Housing Support Officer.
We know what a fantastic job our staff do on a daily basis, but sometimes it’s better to let a compliment from the families of those we support speak for itself…
We were happy recently to sign the Armed Forces Covenant, pledging our promise to acknowledge and understand that those who serve or how have served in the armed forces should be treated with fairness and respect in the communities, economy and society they serve with their lives. The means that My Space is a forces…Read More
Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 18th – 24th May, and this year’s theme is Kindness, which is particularly appropriate at the moment. Why not take a moment to start a conversation about kindness and mental health? Click here to find out more…
Lots of people are using this lockdown time to start ‘growing their own’, and tenant Leonard, who lives in one of our developments in Salford, is doing just that. Look at this beautiful herb garden he’s created – very green-fingered!
A huge thankyou goes out to our new friends Al-Khair Foundation who kindly dropped off vital PPE supplies for our staff who remain on the frontline, delivering daily support and maintenance services to our most vulnerable tenants. Al-Khair Foundation works locally and globally to alleviate the suffering of dispossessed people. You can read more about…Read More