If you are experiencing financial difficulty, have concerns about the wellbeing of yourself or your family, or if you are aware of a resident who is struggling to receive support whilst self-isolating, please get in touch and someone will call or e-mail you back to explain how we can help.
Customers should not visit MTVH offices at this time. However, you can send any enquiry to us through our secure online portal for the fastest response.
Alternatively, you can contact us by email or telephone.
Our services are continuing to operate in a way that is safe for both customers and colleagues.
If you have any questions, please sign into your MTVH Online account where you can:
Remember that if you are contacting us to request that we visit your property, please let us know if anyone in your household is currently unwell due to the coronavirus, or self-isolating due to vulnerabilities, such as pregnancy or underlying health issues. We will advise you in each case about how we are able to support you.
Find out more about how MTVH is keeping customers and their homes safe during home visits here.
It is important that customers continue to pay their rent and service charges.
However, we understand that many of you will have lost some or all of your income and our teams are available on the phone or by e-mail if you think you are going to struggle to make payments.
There is a range of support available to support you, including delayed payment plans and support accessing government help. This applies to all customers.
We encourage any customer facing financial difficulties to contact us as soon as possible.
As you may have read or heard in the news recently, the Government has now eased restrictions on people being able to continue their purchase of a home, as well as allowing the sale of homes to start again, provided that social distancing measures are in place to continue to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak.
We have undertaken a comprehensive review of our operations to ensure that – where appropriate – we can now safely start to re-open our construction sites, offices and marketing suites with stringent measures in place to ensure the wellbeing of our customers, our staff and other visitors.
This is bound to be a stressful and worrying time, particularly for those who are isolated or unwell or have caring responsibilities at home, and for those who may work in frontline essential roles.
We would ask you to be a good neighbour to these people at this time by thinking about the impact of excessive noise, particularly late at night, and being mindful of the requirement to keep a 2m distance between yourself and those not from your household.
Please see the government’s regularly updated guidance on coronavirus.
The Department for Work and Pensions also has guidance on the support available for those receiving Universal Credit or other benefits and for those who may need to claim benefits in the future.
Watch the Universal Credit video on how to make a claim below.
It’s important to be mindful of fire safety at home, particularly at a time when we’re all spending more time than usual there. You’ll find information about staying safe at home on your local fire service’s
website, but some common advice includes:
If you have any concerns about fire safety, please contact us.
The coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak means that life is changing for all of us for a while. Faced with the sudden uncertainty of what will happen next and the relentless news about the pandemic, can take its toll on your mental health; particularly for those of you already living with conditions like Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anxiety or depression.
We know parents and carers might be worried about balancing working from home with family life, from creating structure to coping with difficult feelings.
The current Coranavirus outbreak means people are being asked to stay at home and isolate where possible. For people experiencing domestic abuse, this is an anxious time as you may feel isolated with someone who is violent or abusive towards you or your children.
Safeguarding Children is more important than ever during the Covid-19 lockdown. In normal times there’s oversight of children who are at risk of neglect or abuse, in our schools, nurseries, after school and sports clubs as well as through wider family and friendship circles. In these lockdown times children are far less visible and for some families, there are greater pressures within our homes.
During the Covid-19 crisis, it is particularly important to safeguard adults at risk. They may be more vulnerable to abuse and neglect as others may seek to exploit disadvantages due to age, disability, mental or physical impairment or illness.
Since the Covid-19 lockdown began there’s been an increase in attempted scams and data frauds which play on people’s natural concerns about Covid-19 and social distancing measures. It helps to make you, your family and vulnerable friends aware of these, so they can better protect themselves with some simple steps.
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