26 July 2021
Summary: Today we are pleased to publish our annual report for the 2020-21 financial year. Two years on from merger, we are delivering value. But there is still much more to do, especially in light of the economic and social recovery that lies ahead.
We are pleased to publish our annual report for this financial year 2020/2021.
This report shows that MTVH is a well-governed organisation in strong financial health, delivering real value for the people we serve. The pandemic has meant that the role we play in providing affordable homes, delivering services to our residents, and acting as a community anchor in the areas we’re proud to serve, has never been more essential.
With national lockdown measures introduced little more than a week before the start of the financial year 2020/21, it has been a year like no other for MTVH residents and communities. Teams across the organisation responded quickly, effectively and innovatively to continue delivering crucial local services, such as Care and Support schemes helping some of the most vulnerable people in society and NHS key worker accommodation schemes, designed to give front line healthcare workers comfortable and secure homes near to the hospitals where they work.
Here are some highlights from the report:
Geeta Nanda, Chief Executive of Metropolitan Thames Valley, said:
“This year’s performance demonstrates that, two years on from the merger of Metropolitan and Thames Valley, we are delivering real value for the people we serve. But there is still much more to be done, especially in light of the economic and social recovery which lies ahead in response to the pandemic. Ultimately, this will be achieved through the steps we all take to serve people better every day.”