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Residents helping

health and safety

A new tenant group was formed at the

beginning of this year.

The Residents' Building Safety Group gives tenants

the opportunity to participate in, and help

influence, health and safety policies in our

buildings. They will be equipped with the skills

and knowledge to ensure residents' safety, and

will be empowered to highlight issues and raise


There are currently tenants representing our high-rise

flats, low-rise flats, retirement living schemes, houses and

bungalows. This means a wide-spread of different areas and

builds are covered, and that there is a voice for each and

every one.

Check out what a Tpas representative Phil Murphy

who helped to deliver training to the group in

February thought...

Although the group has only

been going a few months, I've

already learnt so much. The

best thing is, it's only going to

get better and better in time."

Let us know if you would

like to be involved by emailing

or via our website and

social media.

David Kemp, who is one of the high-rise representatives,


The group is looking for a leasehold representative, but also

for further input and involvement from other residents.

"How often do we see a Housing

Association Maintenance & Repair

Managers interacting informally &

directly with residents?

Great to be part of this innovative

approach, between residents

and landlords, to

home safety."


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