Get involved and have a say on how North Wales Housing is run!
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We want to put our tenants at the heart of everything we do… Get involved and have a say on how North Wales Housing is run!
Why get involved?
- Have a real say in your housing services and play a part in decisions that affect your home and the area you live
- You can learn new skills
- You can meet other residents and take part in new activities – you may even have fun!
- See the ideas and concerns you raised put in to practice to benefit a wide range of people
- Get to know North Wales Housing staff and put a face to the name
Carol from Old Colwyn has been getting involved with many groups and panels over the years
“I first started to volunteer with North Wales Housing back in 2009. I have found it great fun, and really interesting, to be involved in decision making, and have influence over many things that affect me directly, in the home that I live.
Plus, North Wales Housing really appreciate my feedback and opinion on matters affecting me, and how I live in my home.
Don’t hesitate to get involved, it is so worth it!”
Join our Tenants Forum
Join our new Tenants Forum and have a say in how North Wales Housing is run!
The Forum meets regularly with North Wales Housing staff, and provide you with an opportunity to obtain information, influence our decision making, and strengthen our services.
We will aim to dedicate each meeting to a particular topic, allowing members to learn more about North Wales Housing, and provide input and feedback to improve the services we provide.
The meetings are currently held online, and we can be flexible with timings to take your circumstances into account.
Forum member Bethan says
“Being part of the tenant’s forum gives us a voice – sometimes as a landlord North Wales Housing might have different priorities and systems that might overlook what we need, so our input helps develop the bigger picture. We are a group of tenants from different locations and a range of ages, feedback we give helps North Wales Housing see the effect on the tenant to develop a better tenant experience for others.”
Tenants and Communities Panel
The Panel consist of Board members, tenants, and staff, and meets every two months (currently via online). The Panel has this responsibility for scrutinising our services and performance to ensure all residents receive the highest possible standards of service.
Full support and training will be given to new members.
Tenant member Alan says:
“I feel it’s important that tenants should be involved in the decision making that could affect their lives and that of other tenants. I hope my efforts are making a positive impact on behalf of tenants.”
If you would like to register your interest or learn more about the Tenants Forum and Tenants 7 Communities Panel, please contact Iwan Evans on 01492 563232 or [email protected]
For more information you can contact Iwan Evans on [email protected] or call 01492 563232.