Alden and Broadway TRA are based just off Broadway Market. When they have events and activities then as well as posters in noticeboards, and flyers to residents, they use their blog to promote what they are up to. To find out more visit the Alden and Broadway TRA website. And if you want support to get online then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org - we can provide you with a webpage and training to use it.
Watch this video and then visit our TMOs page to learn more about Tenant Management Organisations (TMOs).
Sign up for our Hackney Resident Training courses - Data Protection on Wedneday 19 September afternoon, Successful Secretaries on Thursday 20 September morning and Conflict & Resolution on Wednesday 26 September all day - book your places online now. Location will be a convenient and accessible Hackney venue.
The Shrubland Estate TRA are an active resident group based near London Fields. One of the ingredients for their success is using their blog well to promote and celebrate their gardening group, activities and events. To take a look and find out more see the Shrubland Estate TRA website
The deadline to apply for our Community Development Fund is 30th September which is rapidly approaching. If you live in Hackney Council housing and have ideas or inspirations for your neighbourhood please visit https://hackney.gov.uk/housing-funding-streams or contact us on email@example.com
The Regent Estate TRA website has now gone live. Visit the website to find out more. If you are involved in a TRA or other residents group registered by Hackney Housing's Resident Participation team and want to develop a website of your own email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask us for support, training and your own website.
Hackney is a diverse and tolerant borough, but recently it has undergone rapid change, meaning there are often stark inequalities.
The Council has created a Single Equality Scheme to identify groups who may be disadvantaged and ensure services are run in a way that bring people and communities together.
The public consultation on the Single Equality Scheme is open for comments from staff and residents until 30 September 2018.
The online consultation can be accessed via www.hackney.gov.uk/equality
The Council are also organising a series of focus groups for residents at a Central Hackney location. One workshop will be open to all residents, the remaining workshops are for people with learning difficulties, council and housing association tenants and people who are Trans or Non-Binary. Participants will be awarded a £20 gift voucher.
Residents can register their interest for the workshops by following the link above, or they can e-mail email@example.com. Places are limited, and only those who are selected to attend the workshop will be awarded the £20 gift voucher.
The Hackney Friends group have used funding from Hackney Housing to undertake gentle exercise and go on a trip to Clacton on Sea. If your group want to apply for funding for activities or you live on an estate without representation and want to apply you can find out more on the Hackney Housing Funding webpage or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday Apr 14th saw over 50 children and young people from Waltham Forest and Hackney come together to celebrate the work of Salaam Peace in both boroughs. In light of recent tragic events it was felt important to show that people, especially our younger generation can and will work together.
Nicola Baboneau kindly attended as part of her role with the Hackney Safer Neighbourhood Board and presented the medals to the star performers. Salaam Peace have a number of similar events focusing on issues related to knife and gun crime. You can find out more about Salaam Peace at www.salaampeace.org