Manchester Housing Providers’ Partnership will align itself to the:
 
Our Manchester Strategy 2016-2025
A City that is: Thriving and Sustainable; Highly Skilled; Progressive and Equitable; Liveable, Low Carbon and Connected

 
 Manchester - A Housing Strategy 2022 - 2032
More Homes for All Manchester Residents  - Including More Affordable and Social Homes 

36,000 homes will be built by 2032  10,000 will be social and affordable homes
More people will be helped to be home owners
At least 80% of all homes will be on brownfield sites close to public transport

 

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
 

Strategic Housing Board
 

Provides corporate leadership as strategic housing authority in delivering the ‘Our Manchester’ Strategy

Manchester Housing Providers' Partnership
 
Links registered housing providers in Manchester and the City Council in partnership to facilitate local delivery on key strategic themes.

Housing Access Board
 

Attended by Registered Providers and the City Council. Provides governance over access to housing in the city and reviews the common allocations policy through Manchester Move.

THE MHPP FORUM 
Chair : Karen Mitchell

Vice Chair: Matt Jones

Workstreams

 

Learn more about all of the different MHPP workstreams 

 

Growth and Affordable Homes 

Connecting People

Community Safety

Homelessness

Zero Carbon

Work and Skills

 

Project Groups

The partnership also works on the following themed areas

Community Support and Food Response

 

Funding Opportunities 

Neighbourhood Intelligence 

Green and Blue Environment

 

Communications 

Bringing Services Together