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Consultation underway on proposal to transfer homes in Bromley and Croydon

21/07/2014

Following an announcement earlier this month on proposals to transfer management of Roundshaw Homes in Sutton to Metropolitan (currently the homes are owned jointly by Metropolitan and The Hyde Group), we are now consulting with residents in Bromley and Croydon on proposals to transfer management of their homes to the...More

Metropolitan’s new work academy gets off the ground

16/07/2014

We’ve welcomed some new faces to the Raleigh House Customer Service Centre in Nottingham with the launch of our new sector based work academy (SBWA). Two groups of trainees joined Metropolitan on the 30 June and 7 July.  They’re currently taking part in a practical training programme including four weeks’...More

St Anns’ residents display creative work at art exhibition

15/07/2014

Artwork created by residents in St Ann’s in Nottingham will be on display at the city’s Broadway Cinema on Friday 18 July from 1:00pm. The pieces were developed following a series of free creative workshops for Metropolitan residents, which were hosted by the community interest company ‘Make to Make’.

Bag some style at our summer courses with the V&A

7/07/2014

Young Lambeth residents have a fantastic opportunity to learn and gain inspiration this summer at the Victoria and Albert Museum, the world’s greatest museum of art and design.  First up is the chance for 16 – 24 year-olds to work with fashion designer Jane Bowler to create your own original bag, using...More

Consultation begins on proposed transfer of Roundshaw Homes to Metropolitan

7/07/2014

Consultation has begun today on a proposal to transfer management of  Roundshaw Homes, in Sutton, to Metropolitan. Roundshaw Homes is currently a partnership between Metropolitan and The Hyde Group and we believe that transfering management to just one landlord will provide residents with a more effective, better value service. Residents’ views...More

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