resident involvement agreement
Our Resident Involvement Agreement (sometimes called a Compact) sets out how residents can get involved in decisions about housing issues that affect them, including anti-social behaviour and the repairs service. It is the first three way agreement between Homes for Haringey, Haringey Council and council tenants and leaseholders.
The agreement sets out the standards you can expect from us. Check our recent quarterly monitoring results to see how we are performing against those standards:
The Resident Involvement Agreement review - March 2009
In March 2009, we reviewed the agreement and made some changes to the way we monitor documents and added information about how you can get involved in business planning. Your can download a copy of the updated agreement below, or if you would like to receive updates for your copy please contact the Resident Involvement team using the details below.
Resident Involvement Agreement Launch
In 2007 we launched the new Resident Involvement Agreement in Wood Green. Residents, Board members, Councillors and staff were all there to help launch the agreement to the sound of a steel band.
Hundreds of residents picked up a summary of the agreement called 'Your Voice Counts' and many signed up to supporting its committments.
If you missed our launch event, or are a new resident, you can download a summary or full version of the agreement below. Contact the Resident Involvement team to receive a full copy or sign up to the agreement:
Resident Involvement team
River Park House
225 High Road
Tel: 020 8489 4463
Resident Involvement Agreement Full Version (including updates from March 2009)
Sign up to the Resident Involvement Agreement
If you would like to sign up to the agreement, please contact us and we will send you a form.
Tel: 020 8489 4463
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