Hackney Council are currently recruiting for an additional 7 residents who have a passion for improving the communities they live in and to sit on The Resident Liaison Group which has direct influence on how housing services provided by the Council are run and delivered.
The role, in the Resident Liaison Group (RLG), means residents will get to make a real impact on council housing, estates and neighbourhoods by monitoring, evaluating, idea-sharing, and looking critically at what the Council is doing or proposing to do on all services affecting tenants and leaseholders.
As part of this group, which is the highest level of resident involvement, residents will look at the performance and policies of housing services and work directly with the Housing Director and the Cabinet Member for Housing Services to influence change and help drive improvements.
This is a real opportunity to get involved and share your ideas, so if interested please find out more and sign up here.
The Healthy Ideas fund offers grants of up to £20,000, to develop and pilot a new approach to tackling a particular priority health issue. This year the priority issues are:
The deadline for Healthy Ideas expressions of interest is 12 noon (midday) on Friday 16 November 2018.
Find out how to apply.
Dalston is changing. What are your ambitions, worries and thoughts about change in the area? What do you want from Dalston’s future? Take part in the Dalston Conversation and have your say! http://bit.ly/2N5akYX
Groups registered with Hackney Housing can apply for funding to cover their insurance requirements via the Hackney Housing Funding web page. If you have any queries please email email@example.com
Could you become a Hackney Council Apprentice?
Hackney Council’s apprenticeship programme is designed to create quality opportunities for Hackney residents and school leavers. All of our programmes last at least 12 months and combine work, training, and study towards a recognised qualification in a relevant subject. As an apprentice with us, you will receive a competitive salary, holiday entitlement and a package of support. You will spend at least 20% of your time working towards your qualification or taking part in training and development activities. Closing date 24th October. Find out more on the council website.
Hackney Council is inviting residents that live in street properties to attend a forum. The purpose of the forum is to consult residents on issues that affect them, and how best the Council can tailor the services it delivers to meet the needs of the residents living in Hackney Street properties.
If you are a street properties resident and would like to express your views on how to improve the services residents’ receive, please join us on Tuesday 16 October 7.30pm at Hackney Town Hall. Refreshments will be provided on the day. To learn more or confirm your attendance please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see above an invitation to the London Tenants Federation 2018 conference Creating stronger links between London’s social housing tenants & resident groups (TRAs, TMOs and Co-ops) with a focus on a tenant-led deal for social housing in London and making the social housing green paper work for us Saturday 20th October 9.30am – 3.30pm Resource for London 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA
Speakers and workshops on The social housing green paper and developing a positive future for social housing in London Booking is essential through: London Tenants Federation, email@example.com , London Federation of Housing Co-ops, firstname.lastname@example.org or National Federation of Tenant Management Organisations email@example.com
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