Whether a registered provider, offsite technology manufacturer, central or local government dept, regulator or certification body, the alliance will provide a truly unique opportunity for shared learning and development.
With a carefully managed programme of mass customisation for the social housing sector and its MMC/Off-site partners, the alliance acts as a catalyst to maximise the intelligence and shared drive towards a sustainable delivery, by offering sites and access to a plethora of strategic stakeholders.
The alliance works with supply chain partners to ensure affordable and well-designed modular homes. Supply chain partners are also encouraged to demonstrate their MMC propositions and cost management development.
With a more focused demand for homes and access to more sites across the alliance registered providers, all wanting to fulfil their individual requirements and those requirements of the alliance programme, significant value and efficiency will be a common theme.
Home design specifications are being developed to suit the combined alliance partners, whilst working with the supply chain to ensure that cost is driven out and efficiency is provided at all stages of the DfMA process, wherever possible.
Having all of this activity (and much more) in one place within a central hub of intelligence and in an extremely collaborative manner, is the essential ingredient to ensure a successful programme. The main benefit for all will be a step change improvement within the off-site housing industry.
Find out more about how we’re planning with design for manufacturing and assembly in mind here.
Check out who the strategic partners are in the alliance here.