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Matrix Housing Partnership
Transcript of Matrix Housing Partnership
For the last 10 years the Accord Group, Rooftop Housing Group, Trent and Dove Housing, Trident Social Investment Group and WATMOS Community Homes have made up the successful Matrix Housing Partnership.
The changing landscape of housing and regeneration over this decade has seen our partnership grow and evolve to meet new challenges and maximize opportunities.
Throughout this period of change, our track record of delivery and commitment to our shared social mission has remained consistent.
We collectively own 27,000 homes, have a development programme of £180 million and by 2015 will have built 1,500 high quality homes.
Forming of the Partnership
Holly Court - Bretforton
Harrington Court - Worcester
Trent and Dove Housing
Watmos Community Homes
Trident Social Investment Group
40x 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom Homes
Dallow Bridge, Upon Trent
£3.2m refurbishment of Sheltered Housing Scheme
Trent & Dove’s Innovative ‘Self Build Apprentice Scheme.
Learnit, Buildit, Liveit
Quest to invest in the next generation of Social Entrepreneurs
Building Futures 2014
£1.1m Development in Castle Gresley, South Derbyshire 11x 2 bedroom Houses
Princess Street, Castle Gresley
Transforming Homes Lives and Neighbourhoods
Opening April 2014
Self Builders at Tilling Close
11x 2 Bedroom Houses 4x 1 Bedroom Apartments
£1.38m Development in Burton Upon Trent
Terry Edis Trust
Meet the Neighbours
Green Apple award winner for environmental improvements to estates
Launch of WATMOS Group - 2003
Launch of the
10th Anniversary at
Transfer of Lambeth TMOs to the WATMOS Group
Matrix Event and Competition Winner with David Bellamy
Group Matrix visit to Frieburg to see
eco built homes
16 June 2006
"Housing Minister Launches First Ever Guide to Working With Muslim Communities"
17 March 2007
"David Bellamy To Chose Pupil's Winning Design For The Midlands 'Eco Home' Of The Future Ran By Matrix Housing Partnership"
18 May 2009
"Trent And Dove Joins Matrix Housing Partnership"
9 December 2009
"Watmos Community Homes Joins Matrix Housing Partnership"
18 September 2009
"Matrix Housing Partnership Has Been Chosen To Run A Pilot Scheme To Discover How Housing Associations Can Give People More Power Over Where They Live And The Services They Receive"
14 March 2013
"Matrix Housing Partnership Pledges To Build Hundreds Of New Homes For First-Time Buyers"
26 July 2013
"Matrix Housing Partnership Has Been Chosen To As One Of Just 69 Housing Associations And Developers To Receive A Share Of £220 Million To Deliver New Affordable Housing"
11 October 2013
"Robert Napier, From The Homes And Communities Agency (HCA), Toured Homes Developed By The Matrix Housing Partnership In Burton-Upon-Trent, East Staffordshire, South Derbyshire, And Walsall On Tuesday, 8 October, 2013"
10 new affordable rural homes for local people - Built to Code for Sustainable Homes 6, the highest rating possible.
Winner of 2013 Merit Award from Vale of Evesham Civic Society for making a 'significant improvement to the area' .
Built using timber frame manufactured by LoCal Homes at their factory in Walsall. As well as being super energy efficient they significantly speed up the construction process on-site.
Rooftop visited the factory where LoCal Homes prepared the timber frames in readiness for construction.
Blakes Hill North Littleton,
Shortlisted for Best New Affordable Housing Scheme at 2014 Housing Excellence Awards. Highly Commended in the ‘New Build of the Year’ category at the 2014 National Federation of Builders awards
The Rural Advisory Group from the Homes and Communities Agency visit Blakes Hill North Littleton, Worcestershire .
Rooftop Housing Group operates in 67 towns and villages. Here we worked in partnership with Badsey and Aldington Parish Council, Wychavon District Council and local residents and school pupils to fund and build a brand new play area.
Opened in May 2014 the new ‘pocket park’ features an array of high quality equipment built on a formerly under-used piece of open land.
The Gypsy and Traveller population is one of the largest BME group in Worcestershire. The long-established site in Houndsfield Lane, Bromsgrove has been subject to a major regeneration project by Rooftop Housing Group – this included the development of 22 new ‘pods’ built off-site using modern methods of construction. The project has seen a huge improvement in the living conditions of the families that live there.
Houndsfield Lane, Bromsgrove
Among the youngsters who live there are brothers Tommy (13) and Freddy (10) Anderson who are currently on the books at Birmingham City FC.
Contact Matrix Housing Partnership
Matrix Housing Partnership
178 Birmingham Road