Housing: Tenant Involvement


There is a regulatory obligation for social housing landlords to involve tenants in the decision-making process. Many landlords find their ‘opportunities’ attract a narrow, and predictable, range of volunteers. Housing associations need to do everything they can to encourage a wider range of tenants to get involved.

In this webinar Rachel Allen will take you through the options to consider when planning your activities and encouraging involvement.

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Webinar host:

Rachel Allen

Client Manager @ TLF Research

Rachel has been with TLF for 16 years. Working across many sectors, she designs effective customer satisfaction and loyalty programmes to get the best insight from a range of customer types. She is particular keen for organisations to look at the link between satisfaction and efficiency; getting things right first time not only improves customer satisfaction but reduces costs and is a more effective use of resources for all organisations. This is particularly true when it comes to problem and complaint handling which can be costly in more ways than one.

Rachel regularly presents webinars and writes for Customer Insight magazine focussing on case studies and ‘how to’ articles looking at the practical side of running surveys and gathering feedback.

When not in work, Rachel likes being outdoors be it on the water, in the countryside, or in the garden, and has a book collection that’s taking over her home.