Join our new Tenant Scrutiny Panel

4 June 2015 - Latest news

Durham City Homes would like to invite tenants to a Tenant Scrutiny Event on Tuesday 23rd June, at our offices in Meadowfield between 1.00 – 3.00pm.

Durham City Homes are looking for tenants to join their Tenant Scrutiny Panel. The group will be made up of independent tenants who regularly meet to discuss how they can contribute towards improving the services we pro14-0204LD-003 web compressedvide to our tenants.

We are looking for tenants of all ages who are interested:
• learning more about how Durham City Homes operates
• challenging Durham City Homes staff and processes
• gaining new skills and experiences
• meeting new people

At the event you will learn more about tenant scrutiny and the tasks and exercises involved. If after the event you do not want to be actively involved then there is no commitment for you to continue.

In order to assess numbers for the meeting please confirm your attendance with Alan Kinsey or Angela Stobbart either by telephone, email or in writing at the address below. If you require transport please let us know and we will be happy to arrange this for you.

Alan Kinsey
Service Improvement Officer
Thomas House
4 Whitfield Court
St John’s Road
Meadowfield
County Durham
DH7 8XL

Telephone 0191 349 7600
Email serviceimprovement@durhamcityhomes.co.uk

We look forward to meeting you.

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