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March 24, 2021

M3Pamwin Plus: Right to Shared Ownership Revisions

Following the release of further details and the technical consultation paper on the new Model for Shared Ownership, M3 have revised the scenario modelling insert to use with M3Pamwin Plus.

This is now available to download from the Client Zone

Key revisions

  • Maintenance capped at £500 per unit per annum for the first 10 years of the life of the property.
  • The model now includes grant recycling.
  • The guidance note details how the spreadsheet can be imported into your current Appraisal Calculation, allowing you to model Right to Shared Ownership on an existing rental tenure.

How it works

Simply enter your own assumptions for initial equity sold %, rate of convergence, and whether subsequent staircasing should be applied to compare present value of a rented appraisal versus right to shared ownership.


If you have any queries, please get in touch and our team will be happy to talk you through the revisions in more detail.



March 19, 2021

Stonewater successfully transforms its development data management processes

rA great example of M3Pamwin in action!

We wanted to share this update from Stonewater on our recent project to help the team successfully transform its development data management processes. It was a great opportunity to work with one of the UK's leading housing providers to integrate two of its cornerstone software systems and demonstrate a tangible improvement on how Stonewater manage and handle their development data going forward.

If you want to find out more about how our expert team of M3Pamwin consultants can help you with your next development project, please get in touch.




March 19, 2021

NHMF Awards 2021

Congratulations to everyone who made it to the shortlist for this year's NHMF Awards. 

Special thanks to our first cohort of nominees for the inaugural Apprentice of the Year award, in honour of Liz Circuit. It was a real challenge for the judges to narrow it down to just three shortlisters in this category. Well done to our winner, Jude Kirkwood Thompson (Ian Williams) and worthy runners up: Sarah Conran (MCP) and Tiago Rodriquez (Nottingham City Homes). Our judges praised all the nominees’ dedication and summed up Jude’s achievement saying he demonstrated, “A great example of personal resilience and huge commitment to completing his apprenticeship, despite the setback of the pandemic.”

Congratulations to all our other worthy winners:

  • Best Client: whg & Deeo
  • Best Customer Impact: RiversideGroup & J. Tomlinson
  • Most Improved Asset Management Service: St Albans City and District Council & Morgan Sindall Property Services
  • Best Apprentice Scheme: Ian Williams
  • Apprentice of the Year: Jude Kirkwood Thompson, Ian Williams
  • Delegates’ Choice award: Orbit

On behalf of the NHMF, we would like to thank this year’s judging panel, with special thanks to Paul Circuit and Paul Flowers for their advice and support in launching the Apprentice of the Year award in honour of Liz Circuit.

For more information on the NHMF Awards, please click here.

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