MCP is excited to announce that we have been selected as an approved contractor for social enterprise Fusion21’s Reactive Repairs and Empty Buildings Framework, providing reactive works that support housing associations and local authorities across the UK.

The framework, which commenced in October 2022 and runs through to October 2026, is designed to not only tackle a backlog of repairs and disrepair works for registered providers, but it also supports the delivery of social value within communities.

Following a competitive tender process, MCP was successful on all three Lots and sub-Lots that we applied for. We will carry out responsive repairs and maintenance, and empty property improvements for housing organisations that have a housing stock of fewer than 3,000 units, those with housing stocks between 3,000 and 10,000 units, and those with more than 10,000 units.   

MCP will carry out works across a wide geographical area:

Lot 1 – Responsive Repairs and Empty Property Repairs in East Midlands, West Midlands, London, and the South East of England

Lot 2 – Empty Property repairs and improvements in East Midlands, West Midlands, London, and the South East of England

Lot 4 – Housing Disrepair works in East Midlands, West Midlands, and the South East of England.

As a specialist social housing service provider for almost 45 years, MCP’s life-long dedication to helping our customers to maintain high standards of living for their tenants whilst improving people’s lives through social value initiatives, has once again led us to be chosen as a trusted service provider for vital social housing works. 

Mark Gelder, MCP Managing Director said  "We are delighted to continue our relationship with Fusion21 and to have secured our place on the Reactive Repairs and Empty Buildings Framework across a wider geographical area, supporting our growth strategy.  This framework enables us to introduce clients to Fusion 21 and is an excellent vehicle for collaborative working."

Gary Stanfield, Framework Manager (Building Maintenance) at Fusion21 said: “We’re delighted to welcome all of the new suppliers onto Fusion21’s Reactive Repairs and Empty Buildings Framework, including MCP Property Services. The tender process was highly competitive and has identified the best contractors for our members to use for the delivery of a wide range of reactive works and services.
Fusion21 members accessing this framework will be supported by our technical experts to deliver social value they can see within communities, in addition to benefiting from flexible call-off options, UK-wide coverage and measurable efficiency savings.”