Information for Tenants and Leaseholders
Instead of welcoming the first signs of spring we’re still in the midst of the big chill as wintery weather continues. Make sure you
and look out for elderly or vulnerable neighbours while it is so cold outdoors. But despite the lack of sunshine, some things are looking brighter in the city thanks to the positive vibe spreading across housing as more tenants are discovering the genuine benefits of getting involved. Tenants can and do influence how the service is run, and this month’s issue includes reports on what happened when Southampton tenants met the Government’s Housing Minister and an introduction to our
Tenant Involvement team
and how they can help you and your community.
Tenants take their views to the top
Housing Minister Dominic Raab met social housing tenants to discuss their issues and concerns
Old and young combatting loneliness in Southampton
Once a fortnight pensioners and children get together for an evening of fun and laughter.
Make your money go further
Follow our top tips to make your money work for you
A hate crime could be sparked because of a victim’s age, disability, gender, race, religious views or if they are or appear to be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender
Do you want to help us improve the Housing Service?
Our Tenant Engagement team is here to encourage and support tenants to influence the services they receive.
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