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Council tenants" participation in housing management

Julia CRADDOCK

Council tenants" participation in housing management

a study of schemes in Lambeth, Southwark, Wandsworth, and withthe Greater London Council.

by Julia CRADDOCK

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Published by Assoc. of London Housing Estates .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographies.

The Physical Object
Pagination132p. :
Number of Pages132
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Open LibraryOL21176900M

Abstract. This chapter will look at the development and practice of tenant participation from the tenants’ point of view. It will describe how tenants view and experience participation and give housing practitioners an insight into this aspect of their work, which will enable them to be effective and welcome managers of the estates and homes in which tenants : Helen Ward. Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit.. 20 4 Your home to vulnerable tenants. Ask your Local Housing Team for details (see page 83). an Estate Management Team of housing officers who can answer your questions about your tenancy and your neighbourhood. You can join.

Local Housing Forum Terms of Reference Purpose To enable all Bristol City Council tenants, within a defined locality to come together to raise area based issues with their landlord Bristol City Council. To encourage wider tenant participation to take place. Aims and Objectives To promote positive and effective tenant participation. Housing and Health: The Relationship Between Housing Conditions and the Health of Council Tenants [Byrne, D. S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Housing and Health: The Relationship Between Housing Conditions and the Health of Council Tenants.

Social housing landlords responsible for England’s more than 4 million social homes spend an average of £ per property annually on repairs - maintenance that tenants could, very often, do. Council tenants may exchange the tenancy of their existing home for a tenancy with another Council, Housing Authority or Approved Voluntary Housing Association. These transfers must be approved by us, and by the other Local Authority. When considering your application we examine the following.


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The Tenants Information Service (TIS) provides independent information, advice and training for tenants. Since it has been a major contributor to developing good tenant participation practice across Scotland.

It offers services to assist tenants and landlords to review and put their tenant participation strategies into practice.

Resident Council Guidebook. Updated February 2. participation is a key component of building a positive living environment. Roles of the Resident Council and Housing Authority To ensure a successful Tenant Participation Activity program, it is important. The Sheltered Residents Focus Group has been created to recognise that tenants in sheltered schemes receive some different housing services, and these meetings keep residents informed about services available to older people living in the borough.

tenant participation and tenant power in british council housing Article in Public Administration 72(2) - April with 65 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

These issues are examined in the first part of the book, which sets the context for exploring the roles of housing managers, councillors, tenants and tenant's associations in the second part.

The book argues that the rise in arrangements for tenant participation masks considerable differences in the role played by tenants in different areas.2/5(1). Housing and Regeneration Wandsworth Council Town Hall Wandsworth High Street London SW18 2PU Housing options and assessment team.

For enquiries about your housing options, finding private rented housing and applying for housing. Before contacting the council, please complete the housing options form to find out about the housing options and.

Tenants & Neighbors is serving low and moderate income tenants in District Five who live in rent-regulated, Mitchell-Lama, and Project-based Section 8 tenants through over the phone counseling, in-person tenant meetings and outreach in buildings and developments that are at-risk for loss of affordable housing, poor conditions, or tenant.

Jamie previously worked for the Tenant Participation Advisory Service for over 10 years, where he worked with Councils and Housing Associations throughout Scotland developing tenant participation. Prior to joining Maryhill, Jamie assisted tenants from 'hard to reach groups' to get involved in shaping national housing policy in particular the.

The “Take 5” Tenant Participation Survey was created by tenants, for tenants, to find out what tenants think when it comes to getting involved in their communities.

You can read the results below. The number of completed surveys received:   Taking on the responsibility of managing local housing services has been a legal right open to council tenants for nearly twenty years.

Introduced in. Buy Tenant Participation in Housing Management Revised edition by Liz Caincross, etc. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

How Winchester City Council works together with tenants. In Winchester, the council and tenants are working in an equal partnership. The tenants get great service, and the council gets value for money. They have an agreement called a Tenant Participation Compact, which gets tenants, councillors and staff working closely Size: 1MB.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxvii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: 1. The relationships between social divisions, 'the community' and space Democracy and equality: ethnicity and gender divisions in political participation and decision-making Decision-making in organizations Housing policies in Britain Decision-making structures at central.

Part 5 Homelessness: availability of stock; definition of homelessness; the variety and interpretation and practice; good practice and clarification of the Code of Guidance; housing options. Part 6 Participation and power in housing: definition of participation; the law and tenants' participation; housing access - the information difficulties.

Tenant participation is well established in England and Wales. However, Scotland has gone a step further with their Social Housing Charter, which gives social tenants an extensive role in Scottish housing policy development and management, including participating in the scrutiny of social landlords.

The proposals for tenant participation. 4 4) Tenants have a right to be consulted on the following: 1) Tenant Participation Strategy 2) Any changes to rents and service charges 3) Changes to policies and service standards that relate to housing management, repairs and. Consultation is where we ask you for your views and comments and take these into account.

Please see below for all relevant sections on consultation.[view:accordion_test==,,,]. Welsh Assembly Government – Evaluating Tenant Participation in Housing Management and Design Contents Acknowledgements 1 Introduction 1 Background to the research 1 Aims and objectives 2 Methodology 2 Structure of report 4 2 Evaluation of other studies and good practice guidance 7.

The benefit of this guide, Effective Resident Involvement and Consultation in Sheltered Housing, is that it provides many practical case studies and snapshots for providers and commissioners as well as residents.

It also identifies the potential barriers to effective consultation and how these can be overcome. Lord Bill McKenzie of Luton. Review of Council Housing Management Options Short Summary of the Review Report Please note that all council tenants and leaseholders will be receiving a the Council’s Cabinet decided to carry out a review of how its Council housing is run.

This note gives a short summary of the outcome. Inwe introduced our Tenant Involvement Strategy and Action covering the period to This strategy sets out our commitment to involving our tenants in our housing services and aims to make sure that tenants know how they can get involved, when they can get involved and the difference that their involvement can make.The law gives you certain basic rights depending on what sort of tenancy you have.

Your tenancy agreement may give you more rights than these basic legal rights. Protected tenants may have more rights than other tenants. Your local council can take certain enforcement action if your landlord is failing to respect your rights. All tenants have the following basic rights.Tenancy management We make sure that tenants meet the requirements of their tenancy agreements.

This includes responding to anti-social behaviour where a tenant is a victim of, or is responsible for, anti-social behaviour. The rent management team deals with billing and collecting rent accounts.