Meet our winners

Brand new iPad minis were presented to our lucky winners by Cllr Fiona Colley, the Cabinet Member for Finance, Modernisation and Performance. Our winners were picked at random from over 4,000 council tenants and homeowners who've been accessing their housing services online through MySouthwark.

So next time you have a repair to report, want to track an appointment or view your repairs history, save time by doing it online. You can also use it to manage your rent or service charge account.

We have many more iPads to give away and by using your My Housing Services account you’ll be automatically entered into the next prize draw.

Steve Barbe, 1st iPad winner said:

Accessing housing services online gets easier the more I use it, and I would certainly recommend other people try it. My iPad is proving to be very useful to my small business as a community musician. Not owning a modern phone, I couldn’t take digital pictures and email them as I can now, and I’m learning new functions day by day.

Charlie Quinlan, 2nd iPad winner said:

I was so happy to win the iPad, I’ve never won anything before so was really surprised. I find MySouthwark really easy to use; you can search and have your answer in a few minutes. The three kids and I love playing games on the iPad. I also use it to browse the internet and for online banking.


Keith Barret, 3rd iPad winner


P. Shah, 4th iPad winner

Winner was unable to collect the prize in person.

Douglas Glyn McEwan, 5th iPad winner said:

I do everything online. I pay my council tax and I’ve just been sorting out a repair. I find it ever so easy and very useful. I can do it all sitting in the warmth of my own home in front of my computer, with a nice cup of tea.

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Amina Tah Ajembu, 6th iPad winner said:

I use it for raising repairs, as well as checking up on repairs I’ve raised. It’s really useful you can use it anytime, it doesn’t need to be 9am to 5pm. I would encourage anyone to report repairs online, it makes it so easy.



Page last updated: 02 March 2017