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Tenant participation in housing associations

Robina Goodlad

Tenant participation in housing associations

Faifley case study

by Robina Goodlad

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Published by Scottish Homes, Research and Innovation Services in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Housing authorities -- Scotland -- Clydebank -- Citizen participation.,
  • Rental housing -- Resident satisfaction -- Scotland -- Clydebank.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Robina Goodlad and Keith Kintrea.
    SeriesScottish Homes working paper
    ContributionsKintrea, Keith., Scottish Homes (Organisation). Research and Innovation Services.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 37 p. ;
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18907879M


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Tenant participation in housing associations by Robina Goodlad Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effective participation gives tenants an opportunity to influence decisions about the housing services they receive. And it gives landlords better links to the community and the opportunity to work with others.

The introduction of the Housing (Scotland) Act created a legal requirement for landlords to actively develop and support tenant. Introduction. This guide was originally developed in to provide good practice advice and support to those working in Tenant Participation (TP).It has been updated in by the Social Housing Services Team, within the Scottish Government to cover developments in Tenant Participation including tenant scrutiny and the Scottish Social Housing Charter.

If you would like to become a member of the Scrutiny Panel please contact the Tenant Participation Team on () or email [email protected] Financial assistance. Tenant participation grants are available to formal tenants/residents associations to help pay for meeting room hire, stationery etc.

We offer resources and support for our tenants and leaseholders including the Housing News magazine, events for tenants and a resource centre that tenant groups can book. Housing News If you have any feedback or ideas for Housing News, contact us at @ or Tenant participation is becoming an almost ubiquitous feature of the planning and provision of social housing.

A range of opportunities has been (and is being) created by and for tenants to. Tenant Participation is about tenants taking part in the decision making process and influencing decisions about housing policies, housing conditions and housing related services.

Participation or "taking part" can mean different things to different people. Tenant involvement is about tenants playing a role in helping us to improve our standards and performance. We encourage all tenants to get involved in shaping our services. There are many ways you can get involved – we’ve summarised them below but you can find the full details in our tenant involvement guide.

What is Tenant Participation. The policy context within the UK. Approaches to tenant participation. Staff responsibilities. Cost.

Members of Empowering Communities – £ pp. Non Members of Empowering Communities – £ pp. The session includes a light lunch. The number of attendees is limited to a maximum of 12 people, so book early End date:   Four ways housing associations can engage with their tenants It is not feasible to cater to every tenant’s wishes, but it is possible to pick up on common themes and make relatively small Author: Zoe Wilkins.

The approach to tenant involvement shows resource savings of at least £ million per annum and resident satisfaction with services at 97% - the highest levels of satisfaction of any large. Jamie is involved in supporting people to achieve results for their community, as well as engaging with customers on a wide range of housing issues.

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. 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: D. ABOUT TENANT PARTICIPATION 1. Summary NYCHA is committed to ensuring residents live in safe, clean, and connected communities.

Resident participation is a key component of building a positive living environment. HUD promotes resident participation by providing funding to NYCHA to support Tenant Participation Activities. Governance Requirements in relation to Tenant Participation and Community Development; Understanding the links between Tenant Participation and Community Development.

Course Fee: £ per person. Booking: Places are limited to 15 persons only. For further information, or to book your place please contact Sheenagh Mc NallyEnd date: a social housing tenant. Social housing means your landlord is either the Council or a housing association (sometimes known as a registered social landlord or registered provider).

Housing associations provide similar sorts of homes to those provided by the Council. As a Council or housing association tenant you have rights and responsibilities. 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. housing, mean that those models need to be able to adapt to different requirements. At the same time, different ways of funding the support that is included with sheltered housing – traditionally provided by a warden or sheltered scheme manager – has also led to changes in how sheltered housing is delivered.

We provide start up grants of £ to tenants associations or interest groups and an annual grant of £ to help cover running costs. If you would like to know more about the benefits of getting involved, please contact Ailsa Yeoman-Evans, our Tenant Participation Manager on or e-mail [email protected]   A new consultation on the future of tenant participation in the social rented sector is due to be released in January Tenant participation is just one element of the overall package of possible reforms of the social rented sector which is currently being looked at.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development | 7th Street S.W., Washington, DC Telephone: () TTY: () Grampian Housing Association has had a Customer Participation Strategy in place long before there was a legal requirement for Registered Social Landlords to have one.

We will be reviewing the Strategy annually with customers to ensure that we are offering participation activities that are of interest to you and linked to current best practice. chapter summary of housing management simplified book This book is a useful resource for all who currently work in the Housing field as well as to all who choose housing as career option.

It is also a useful to all registered social landlords, local authorities, tenants, leaseholders, other housing providers and the general public. Tenant activities pages 2 and 6 Tenant inspections, mystery shopping, walkabouts, fun days, etc.

This varies from a one-off activity to a few hours a week. Ask your landlord what activities they run and how you can take part – or suggest new ideas.

Tenant panels page 3 A panel set up to represent and lead the tenant community. This will take someFile Size: 1MB. Public Housing Tenant Participation Policy (Approved ) Section Title Page 1 Preamble 1 2 Definitions 2 3 Application and Compliance 3 General Roles of LTO and BHA 4 The Role of the LTO 3 5 The Role of the BHA 3 Formation and Recognition of LTO 6 Formation and By-Laws of LTO 4.

Your rights as a Housing Assocation tenant should be explained in your tenancy agreement and your tenant handbook. Housing associations are regulated by the Department of Communities in Northern Ireland and registered housing associations have to comply with the guidelines set out by this government department.

The Tenant Association within the Manitoba Housing Authority Complexes are deigned to give the tenants independence and a stronger voice in the operation of their buildings. The Tenant Associations fulfill a number of functions such as: 1.

Plan and implement recreational activities, i.e. File Size: 71KB. Housing associations provide homes for people in housing need. Some housing associations specialise in accommodation for certain groups of people, such as older people, younger people or disabled people.

Housing associations vary in size, with some only having a few homes while others have many thousands. Housing associations, along with some. Many tenants' associations function very well with a steering committee and never adopt a more formal structure.

Depending on the size of your group, the complexity of the building problems, and the length of time it may take to resolve them, your group may decide to formalize the association's structure by electing officers and writing by-laws.

Ohio Eviction and Landlord-Tenant Law (5th ed. ) is a practitioner's manual. It is a manual principally for attorneys (and advocates) who represent or counsel tenants or landlords, and for judges and magistrates who hear eviction actions or other residential landlord tenant cases.

Tenant Participation in Supportive Housing Settings March 3 avoid tokenism, this strategy requires a parallel commitment to provide the resident representatives with the information and skills needed to play a full role on the board. Scrutiny requests can also be submitted via tenants' groups, like Tenants' Associations and Service User Groups.

To make a request, fill in the Housing Scrutiny Panel request for scrutiny for council tenants and leaseholder tenants (word doc, MB) (opens new window) form. In that time, I have seen a significant decline in the traditional approach to tenant participation such as tenant groups.

On a positive note, tenant scrutiny became one of the key priorities on the national agenda for customer engagement and the introduction of inspection panels gave a welcome addition to the tenant participation structure.

Jenny Osbourne, chief executive of the Tenant Participation Advisory Service, a membership group that brings together tenants, community. Tenant Services Cathcart & District Housing Association provides guidance, assistance and information on a wide range of services for our tenants.

We will assist with rent issues, arrears, ways to pay your rent, new rent books etc. A leading housing provider Established inHillcrest Homes is one of Scotland’s largest housing associations. We have over good quality homes at affordable rents across Dundee, Edinburgh, Angus, Perthshire, Fife and Aberdeen.

We aim to foster positive communities and improve the lives of our tenants and customers. A proud parent. On few housing issues is there such concensus.

Yet, in practice, it is obvious that participation can mean very different things in different contexts.

This book explains Tenant participation has grown substantially over the last decade, following government legislation, advice from professional bodies and development agencies, and promotion by Pages: The United States Housing Act of (42 U.S.C.A.

§ ) established the public housing program, which produced nearly million units nationwide. Largely because of dispositions, demolitions and the Rental Assistance Demonstration, there are currently approximately 1 million units remaining in the public housing program.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) (via [ ]. I sat on the Housing Committee for many years and was the cabinet member for Community and Housing inbefore the role was split and I took on the community side of the portfolio.

Council housing is a very passionate interest to me. I live right in the heart of a council housing estate, so I know many of the issues which tenants face.

The study consists of two key components: 1) a comprehensive audit of tenant participation activities in New South Wales, and 2) interviews with representatives from social housing organisations about their experiences and future expectations of social media for social : Jenna Condie, Australia.

Improving tenant engagement for effective Board members. Social housing providers across the country place a high value on tenant contribution, this is because residents of social housing bring a unique perspective to housing association boards and representative structures. New York Albany.

Empire State Real Estate Investors Association Albany, NY ; Amboy Center. Central New York Investors Club Pat Ryan () Setting up tenants' and residents' associations Tenants' and residents' associations provide a collective voice and some powers for people who live in the same area, or who have the same landlord.

Members work together to improve housing and environmental standards in their neighbourhood and increase a sense of community.1. What is Tenant Participation? Tenant Participation is a two way process involving the sharing of information, ideas and power.

Its aim is to improve the standard of housing conditions and services. We are committed to involving our tenants in making decisions about the services we Size: KB.