Welcome to TPAS Cymru
TPAS Cymru (previously known as Tenant Participation Advisory Service) has supported social housing tenants and landlords across Wales to develop effective participation in H
ousing for over 30 years.  White Line
We work on the wider citizen engagement agenda, promoting good practice in public services, through training, support, practical projects and policy development. We have extensive knowledge of social housing with a focus on issues from tenant perspective and for the benefit of the tenants.

We are a Wales-wide resource hub of expertise in advising and promoting good practice in tenant participation for the benefit of tenants and social landlords alike. We have strong and open relationships with Welsh Government and the Regulatory Board for Wales. Why not learn more about how
tenants can influence Welsh housing sector and TPAS's relationship  

Our work is wide ranging and includes; delivering training, undertaking reviews of tenant participation, establishing and supporting scrutiny, service user involvement, managing projects, organising events, disseminating information and good practice and much more.
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Join our Board

TPAS Cymru is looking to recruit up to four people to join our Board who can help shape the future of tenant engagement in Wales and assist TPAS Cymru to deliver challenging objectives and ensure we are well managed

TPAS Cymru through hearing the tenants' voice in the regulation of housing associations in Wales, gathers views and concerns from tenants across Wales on behalf of the Welsh Government.

 

Julie James AM, Minister for Housing and Local Government.
Hannah Blythyn AM, Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government

 

 

What's On

30 September 2020

West Wales Officers Network

Information and insight

Zoom Coffee and Chat - This will be an informal catch-up for staff working in Tenant/Community Engagement

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08 October 2020

Disability Network

Information and insight

The popular TPAS Cymru Disability Network is for tenants, staff, carers and anyone else interested in disability Issues affecting people living in social housing in Wales

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