Open House for tenants to have their say
Renfrewshire Council is opening its doors and its ears to housing tenants at a series of events next week.
The Council is keen to get feedback from tenants on the services it provides and to work with tenants to improve services.
The Open House events will provide the council’s 12,000 tenants with an opportunity to speak to housing staff, and to get advice and assistance on a range of housing issues.
A range of staff from the council’s Housing and Development Services, along with representatives from partner agencies such as the Police and Fire Service, will be on hand to meet tenants face to face, answer their questions and hear their experiences first hand.
There will be four events:
Renfrew – Monday 2 June, Renfrew Town Hall, 3pm-7pm
Paisley North – Wednesday 4 June, Paisley Town Hall, 3pm-7pm
Paisley South – Thursday 5 June, Paisley Town Hall, 3pm-7pm
Johnstone – Monday 9 June, Johnstone Community Sports Complex, 12.30pm-4.30pm
Councillor Tommy Williams, Convener of Renfrewshire Council’s Housing and Community Safety Policy Board, said: “It’s really important that we listen to our tenants and use their feedback and experiences to continually inform and improve the services we offer. These Open House events are an opportunity to meet people face to face, listen to them and answer their questions.
“There will be four events so that tenants from each area of Renfrewshire have their chance to take part. I’d urge all tenants to come along, no appointments needed just drop in and have your say.”
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