Resident Involvement Review Co-Design Project
Resident Involvement Review Panel Report
The independently chaired Resident Involvement Co-Design Panel met eight times between August and December 2018 and a report
(pdf, 155kb) has now been published with its findings and recommendations.
The co-design panel report proposes a more flexible and inclusive structure that promotes both local community development and meaningful resident scrutiny of housing services. It recommends greater funding and more IT and training support for TRAs, as well as opportunities for residents to have their say where there is no TRA. The panel also envisages a new form of area level engagement that combines an online resident community with quarterly meetings, and proposes more ways for more residents to be involved in shaping and scrutinising borough-wide housing services. You can find the report below.
The council will now be consulting on these findings in order to shape the final proposals which will be present to Cabinet for adoption in March 2019.
We'd very much value it if you could take a few minutes to answer the consultation questions.
The consultation deadline has now been extended until 7 February.
Page last updated: 04 February 2019