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Tenants and leaseholders asked views on Housing Services

Published: Monday, 7 August 2017

More than 12,000 Havering Council tenants and leaseholders will be receiving a survey this week to find out their views on the Council’s Housing Services.

More than 12,000 Havering Council tenants and leaseholders will be receiving a survey this week to find out their views on the Council’s Housing Services.

Deputy Leader of Havering Council and Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Damian White, said: “I firmly believe that if we are to continue making improvements in the quality of Housing Services we provide we need to hear from our customers which is why each year an independent company surveys all of our tenants and leaseholders.

“The first of those surveys should be reaching people this week and we are asking that they be returned as soon as possible.

“We hope as many tenants and leaseholders as possible will complete and return the survey so we can get the widest range of views and comments as that will help us identify which parts of Housing Services are doing well and where we need to achieve further improvements.”

The survey results will be analysed during September and a report produced for October.

Residents returning the surveys will be entered in a prize draw with 12 winners selected at random to win £50 worth of shopping vouchers.