Roman Way Estate CIC was established in 2008 by residents who felt they wanted to have more input into their local area and have more involvement and say. Following on from this, residents were offered the chance to vote on whether they wanted Roman Way Estate to take over the day-to-day management of properties on behalf of Birmingham City Council. Residents voted in favour of Roman Way Estate managing the estate. The estate manages over 200 properties on behalf of Birmingham City Council. In 2016, Roman Way Estate held a ballot with 92% of voters saying ‘YES’ to the TMO.
Roman Way Estate employs staff to run the organisation day-to-day and are encouraged to promote and implement the Board’s vision, aims, standards and beliefs. Our main focus is to provide an excellent, high quality and efficient service which is resident focused and resident led.
Roman Way Estate is considered as a desirable place to live with it being so close to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital which is one of the highest performing NHS organisations in Europe. The estate is also local to several primary and secondary schools including grammar schools as well as colleges such as Cadbury College and Bournville College and Universities such as Newman University and University of Birmingham. The estate also boasts excellent transport links with several bus routes as well as Selly Oak and University train stations.
The estate office, located at 27 Underwood Close, is also the office for the National Federation of Tenant Management Organisations.
Roman Way Estate Community Interest Company has adopted the following values in order to reflect our commitment to providing excellent services and the empowerment of local people.
Roman Way Estate CIC will ensure excellent provision of services and improve the quality of life for tenants and residents through tenant management and community involvement.
Roman Way Estate CIC achieve this by:
REGULAR enhanced communication and involvement with you all
REPAIRS completed first time and speedily by our estate based team or a contractor
CONTINUED estate community events for all to enjoy
ESTATE litter picked regularly so the area remains looking clean which we see as highly important
ENHANCE the appearance of the estate
Events for All
5 Point Pledge
Chair and Company Secretary
I have lived on the estate FOR over 20 years so I obviously feel it is a great place to live. I have been involved with the TMO since we were a residents group and am pleased with how the estate is now managed.
Currently I also Chair the National Federation of Tenant Management Organisations (NFTMO).
I would encourage fellow tenants to get involved in the TMO so we can continue making a difference.
Having lived on the estate all of my life, in 2015 I decided to join the board as I wanted to have more involvement in the area I live bringing new and fresh ideas forward.
I am the lead for the communications sub group.
I've lived on the estate for over 20 years. I initially became involved with the original residents group before the woods were ripped out to make way for the Barberry and Oleaster buildings and prior to the first brick being laid for the QEHB. Parking in the area was one of our prime concerns.
When the Roman Way Estate CIC was born, I became a board member and today I remain committed to supporting our staff and fellow board members in making our 'island estate' a place where we want to live in our forever home.
I have lived on the estate for over 20 years and have always felt the estate is a lovely, safe area.
I joined the board as I believe tenants should have a say in how the estate is managed.
I am currently the lead for the repairs and voids sub group.
Hello I’m Steve Fellows your TMO Manager, The role of TMO manager is very diverse, overseeing many different Housing Services activities from repairs to tenancy management duties and the management of a small team who are very keen to help deliver those services to you.
Philip O' Sullivan
The role of Estate Supervisor involves overseeing all repairs carried out to our homes, also ensuring that our estate grounds are kept clean and tidy whilst working closely with both Peter and Kieran to ensure our communal areas to the blocks are well maintained and cleaned and are free from hazards.
The role of Estate Assistant is to support both Philip and Peter in their day to day duties; this also provides learning and further develops the services offered by the team.
The key role of the Environmental Assistant is to provide cleaning services for both Thirlmere and Windermere House on a regular basis ensuring passenger lifts and floors are well maintained and ensuring that the chute rooms are kept clean, other duties involve general estate cleaning and litter picking.
Please see our Work With Us page if you wish to apply for this position.
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Roman Way Estate CIC
27 Underwood Close, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2SX
0121 472 7576
Registered Company Number 06512811