Social housing provider, Bromsgrove District Housing Trust (bdht) is continuing to go from strength-to-strength with two new appointments to its housing and communities team.
Matt Stus, who has been with bdht for the past 10 years in various roles, most recently as the manager for 360 support, is now Head of Sustainable Homes. This exciting new role for Matt will see him managing homelessness, housing options and community-based support within the Bromsgrove and the surrounding areas.
Bdht welcomes our new Head of Sustainable Communities, Lisa Sutton, who joins us with an impressive 20 years’ experience in the housing sector. Lisa’s responsibilities comprises managing the income and rent team, and tenancy management of bdht’s accommodation, including those that live in independent living accommodation to provide the support and guidance needed to ensure our customers enjoy long-term tenancies.
Matt Stus, Head of Sustainable Homes said: “Our key objective is to offer homes where people feel safe and want to live. Our ongoing task is tackling the problem of homelessness while dealing with the chronic shortage of housing across the country.”
Lisa Sutton, Head of Sustainable Communities added: “The fallout from the pandemic and the current cost of living crisis creates an additional layer of challenges for us while supporting our customers in their homes. .
“But by working with our partners including the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB), local authorities and health and wellbeing services, our aim is to ensure as many people as possible are in long term, secure housing across Bromsgrove and the surrounding area.
“Both Matt and I are excited about our respective new roles and look forward to rising to the many opportunities ahead.”