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If you are a Council Resident or Leaseholder we would like you to get involved in the work we are doing and the decisions we are making.
Resident Involvements’ aim is to provide a variety of training opportunities throughout the year. Details of training opportunities are published in Home News|, The Housing Resource Centre at the Kinson Hub and on our Training and Courses| page.
Don't forget all training and travel is free to council tenants who work with us, so please get in touch if you are interested in any training that is on offer.
This consultation seeks views on the detail and practicalities of a new mandatory power of possession to enable landlords to take swifter action to evict their most anti-social tenants|.
The Government's intention| is that the necessary legislation be introduced alongside legislative changes required following the Home Office's recent consultation on reforming tools and powers to tackle anti-social behaviour.
The Resident Involvement Compact| sets out the council’s commitment to working with tenants, leaseholders and residents. We also have a summary| of the compact available. sets out the council’s commitment to working with tenants, leaseholders and residents. We also have a of the compact available.
The Resident Involvement Team is required to produce an Action Plan| on how this will be achieved. The Action Plan is a tool to monitor how targets are to be, or are being met. The Resident Involvement team is responsible for monitoring the progress of the Action Plan. on how this will be achieved.
Resident Involvement Team
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