Renfrewshire council tenants and owner occupiers are being invited to give their views on ways to improve housing in the Blackstoun Oval and the Tannahill area of Ferguslie Park.
The council’s housing team will be out in the area with their mobile office to speak to residents from the area about their views on how to attract more people into housing in the area.
The officers are also keen to speak to people living elsewhere who would consider moving in to the area.
The mobile office will be visiting the area on:
- Tuesday 22 November, 10am – 12.30pm, at Blackstoun Oval
- Tuesday 22 November, 1.30pm – 4pm, at Tannahill Road
- Thursday 24 November, 10am – 12.30pm, Blackstoun Oval
- Thursday 24 November, Thursday 24 November, 1.30pm – 4pm, at Tannahill Road.
Councillor Kenny MacLaren, Renfrewshire Council’s Housing Spokesperson, said:
“This is an opportunity for tenants to and residents to share their ideas and views. We want to hear from local people so that we can take on board all of the issues affecting housing in the area.
“The Council is currently working on the biggest ever investment programme to improve Council housing across Renfrewshire. As part of this £138m investment programme, new kitchens, bathrooms and heating systems are being installed and external improvements are being carried out. Tenants in Ferguslie Park will benefit from these improvements and the Council is speaking to tenants about housing issues in the area generally before the planned work starts.”
To find out more information about Delivering Housing Improvements go to www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/housingimprovements
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