Torus explores the future of housing at MIPIM UK
Torus group chief executive Steve Coffey will be exploring the future of housing in the Liverpool City Region at MIPIM UK this week.
Alongside a panel of notable city leaders including Metro Mayor Steve Rotherham, Coffey will be looking to drive the discussion on the challenges of supply and demand and the need for new, more efficient housing solutions.
In particular, the panel will reflect on the requirement from government to create 300,000 new homes across the UK and how the region should collaborate to deliver against these targets.
An ambitious growth and regeneration group, with a focus on both the social and built environment, Torus is Liverpool City Region’s largest provider of affordable homes and a key strategic partner of Homes England.
The group has already committed to delivering more than 1,000 homes a year, meeting much needed demand for a wider choice of housing solutions across the North West. Steve Coffey said:
“For large scale change to happen, we recognise the need to partner with other development experts from around the region and that’s where MIPIM UK comes in.
“We’re looking forward to meeting and sharing ideas, looking beyond traditional methods of construction to accelerate our vision of growing stronger communities.”
MIPIM brings together high-level representatives from the public and private sector, strengthening relationships and acting as one with a shared vision based around opportunity, growth and improvement.
MORE ABOUT TORUS
· Torus is an ambitious and established housing group of Helena Partnerships and Golden Gates Housing Trust which successfully amalgamated with Liverpool Mutual Homes (LMH) on 1st January 2019.
· One of the North West’s largest landlords, with roots in our three heartland areas of Liverpool, St Helens and Warrington we have 1,500 staff, manage around 40,000 homes and serve
· Their development programme targets 5,300 new homes by 2024, with a strong focus on affordable homes for rent and homeownership.
· Their commercial arm, HMS, is an award-winning building and maintenance contractor. 100%
of HMS profits are used to fund initiatives that make a positive difference to communities
and the lives of people living in them.
· Torus’ charity, Torus Foundation invests at least £5m a year in meaningful community projects that improve wellbeing, skills and quality of life, to break down barriers and unlock potential.