We’re throwing open our doors to residents this summer to give you a chance to tell us how we can improve our services and how you can get more involved with us.
Our residents’ event takes place on Friday 28 July at our Plumer House headquarters and aims to be a fun and informative event.
You’ll be able to speak to our teams to find out more about our services.
Have questions about your tenancy or want to find out more about disabled adaptations? Want to discover what our environmental services do or what new developments we’re planning?
Staff from those departments, among others, will be there to speak to you.
There will also be a unique opportunity to get involved in our Cardboard Citizens Forum Theatre.
The theatre group – made up of actors who have experience or who have been at risk of homelessness – will be presenting Don’t Kick the Bucket, a performance based on the real-life experiences of housing association tenants.
The stories they present are designed to encourage conversations about challenges that affect people’s lives.
The event runs from 10am to 3pm. If you’re interested in attending, please let our Communities team know by Friday 14 July by ringing 0808 230 6500.