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Metropolitan awarded mental health support service contract in Essex


Metropolitan has been awarded the contract to implement a new mental health Intensive Enablement supported housing service across Essex. The three-year contract, which was awarded following a competitive tendering process, started in mid-September and has a two-year extension option. Metropolitan is the sole support partner to Essex County Council for...More

Great new volunteering opportunities in Derby, Nottingham and Lambeth


Volunteering is a great way to develop confidence, experience and useful skills that employers are looking for. We have brand new vacancies in Nottingham, working alongside young people  to deliver activities in local schools and other local community venues and also as part of a new Migrant Women’s Project in Derby and Lambeth, which...More

Lambeth Home Swap event opens up opportunities to move


A Home Swap event took place over the weekend, bringing together Lambeth residents eager to downsize with those looking for more space. More than 50 aspiring movers met up, shared pictures and information about their homes, and discussed how they might work together in finding a more affordable or better...More

Metropolitan partners up for £100m Nottingham redevelopment


A major development set to deliver more than 450 new homes has got underway this month at Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire. Executive Director of Housing at Metropolitan, Jenny Danson, joined partners from organisations including Rushcliffe Borough Council, Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes as work began at the former colliery site. Metropolitan...More

Gas Safety Week: striving for a Gas Safe nation


We’re proud to have supported Gas Safety Week 2014, which took place 15– 21 September. Gas Safety Week takes place every year to raise awareness of gas safety and the importance of taking care of your gas appliances. It’s co-ordinated by Gas Safe Register, the official list of engineers legally...More

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