Our vision is what we aspire to achieve, our ‘big picture’ statement.
To provide quality homes and services for the homeless to be proud of and which, you can trust.
Making Housing accessible to all those in housing need.
Delivering high quality, affordable housing services through resident-led management.
Providing responsive quality services, which are carefully monitored, for their effectiveness and value for money.
Informing, listening and partnering with our members to actively encourage their participation in the appraisal of service delivery.
Recognising that excellent people are the key to achieving our mission and vision. We employ self-motivated, team-spirited employees, and create a dynamic atmosphere for them to flourish and reach their highest potentials.
Delighting members and partners by exceeding expectations, by anticipating, understanding and responding to their needs.
Operating from the position of trust, openness, respect, transparency, honesty, integrity, responsibility and accountability in all we do.
Valuing the individuality and culture of members, staff and communities.
Inspiring change for the better by improving homes and communities.
Supporting and empowering our members and colleagues to help them realise their full potential.
Exhibiting flexibility, empathy and fairness at all times to meet the needs of members and be decisive, when necessary.
Leaving a lasting legacy in the members and the communities we serve.
Mace started as a registered, “Friendly Society Under the Industrial and Provident Act 1965 and became a “fully mutual” Co-op in 1986.
Mace was established in 1974 as a self-help short-life Housing Organisation to house ‘creative’ individuals and other group of people that were homeless. Over time, the Co-op recognised that the “priority homeless list” operated by Local Authorities and large Housing Associations made it extremely difficult for the unemployed single homeless, single low-income earners etc to find any affordable accommodation. In fact, there is still a huge housing supply deficit for these and other categories of homeless people in London.
The above-encouraged Mace to re-organise its structure and operations. It developed the concept of “shared accommodation” for the single homeless, to address the deficit in housing supply to single people in London. It has been providing shared accommodation, several homeless people, for over 45 years now.
|The composition of the membership is currently:
Mace started as a registered, “Friendly Society under the Friendly Society Under the Industrial and Provident Act 1965 and became a “fully mutual” Co-op in 1986. But it is now registered as a Co-operative under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014.
Mace is registered with and monitored by the Financial Conduct Authority. It is also a member of the National Housing Federation and, thus, adopted the 2015 Code of Governance of the Federation.
Mace is the proud winner of 2019, London Landlords Accreditation Scheme, Empowering Tenants Award.