The Residents’ Advisory Panel (RAP) is a group of North Wales Housing residents with responsibility for scrutinising our services and performance to ensure all residents receive the highest possible standards of service.
What does the RAP do?
The panel meets every two months and help drive improvement across our services by:
- Monitoring service delivery
- Scrutinising performance and decision making
- Establishing priorities for reviewing performance
- Directing and overseeing scrutiny activities
They provide residents’ perspective on our services, performance, business decisions and strategic direction.
Why should I apply to be a member of the RAP?
Being a member of the RAP is a real opportunity to voice your opinion and influence how North Wales Housing is run. The panel are a friendly and welcoming group so we think you’ll have fun! Taking part will also give you some useful experience and develop great transferable skills.
If you have any questions, or would like to join, contact Iwan Evans on 01492 563232 or email on [email protected]