There are lots of ways to get involved – no matter your age, background or where you live.
We have community events – including pop-up roadshows – throughout the year where you can come along and talk to us.
We carry out consultations and host conferences where you can tell us about the big issues.
There's the opportunity to join in a conversation with us on Facebook and Twitter.
We also want tenants to become part of our panels, forums and committees – or become a tenant Board Member.
And there's our annual Tenants’ Satisfaction Survey which asks tenants what we are doing right – and how we can get better.
The choice is yours.
Find out more about our panels, forums and committees below.
It is important for us to know the views of our tenants and those communities we serve. You can influence our decisions by becoming a Member. As a Member, you can help us to achieve our aim of providing good quality homes at affordable costs.
The cost for membership is £1 which is non-refundable. For further information please see our membership policy.
Interested in joining our Board?
We’re looking for people with skills and experience in one or more of the following areas to join our Board:
- Accounting and finance
- Community empowerment
- Housing management
- Regeneration and property development
- Risk management
- Social housing
Board member posts are voluntary but expenses will be paid. The time commitment is approximately two days a month.
Forum Working Groups
Registered Tenants’ Organisations (RTOs)
Area meetings and visits
We hold regular area visits and meetings so we can get customers’ views.
We are developing links with customers who can’t make it along to meetings. We will do this by the internet and other methods.
We carry out regular surveys to learn in more detail what customers want and how we’re doing.
Polish Forum and African Housing Forums
Forums give customers from minority communities a voice to shape our services. Their views help us create forward plans for each forum.
Welfare Reforms Tenant Advisory Group
This group plays an important role in working with us to develop activities that help to lessen the impact of welfare reforms on our customers.
Areas of particular interest include fuel poverty, debt and the provision of information and advice. The group meets approximately four times a year at Wheatley Housing in Glasgow.
If you have been affected by welfare reforms, or if you have a particular interest and would like to join the group, or would like further information, contact Paul McGuigan on 0141 274 8519 or by email at email@example.com