Around the world, we use 1 million tonnes
of paper every day, much of which is wasted.
We'd like to do our bit to save some.
On average Mainstay use over 1 million sheets of paper each year. However we're already reducing our waste by using both sides of our sheets, only printing what we need and recycling our paper, but we’d like to do more. We are therefore launching our paperless service. By the end of 2019 we estimate that 90% of our customers will receive updates and news from us by email rather than print, and, that 50% of those customers will opt for our full paperless service.
How to join our paperless service
It is easy to do.
- Simply complete the form below
It is important that you know that by agreeing to receive your payment requests by email you are confirming that this is valid service of them in terms of the Law of Property Act 1925 and any similar terms of service detailed in your lease.
Please note we are currently unable to email payment reminders at this time as well as other statutory notices.
Choir with No Name
We are committed to reducing energy waste and the carbon footprint associated with mass printing and posting. For every person that switches to our full paperless service, we will donate 50p to The Choir with No Name.
The Choir with No Name runs choirs for homeless and marginalised people. We’re a diverse bunch of folks; all genders, all colours, all ages – everyone is welcome.
We sing pop, rock, soul, gospel, reggae, musicals… you name it, we’ll give it a go… although we’ve yet to try any thrash metal or grime. We have three choirs: in Birmingham, Liverpool and our newly merged London ‘superchoir’ run in partnership with Look Ahead. We have plans to launch a new choir in Brighton later in the year. Each choir gets together to rehearse every week (with a decent dinner at the end of rehearsal!) and we perform regularly.
We were founded on the premise that singing makes you feel good; it distracts you from all the nonsense in life and helps you to build up your confidence and abilities.
Please note that whilst we would love to be 100% paperless we are still required by legislation to mail statutory legal notices: Notices about major works and those relating to rent reviews. So please ensure your correspondence address is always up to date by logging into the residents portal.