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'Involvement Essentials' gives you 8 tips on how to improve your practical approaches to involving tenants in social housing.
Across Wales, social landlords, (Housing Associations and Councils), as well as private landlords are busy gearing up to 1st December when the Renting Homes (Wales) Act becomes law
Shared Ownership residents are facing some very tough times and TPAS Cymru is asking tenant groups of Housing Associations to help them in their hour of need.
We are proud to launch our second annual National Tenant Survey, exploring tenant views on their homes, communities and issues that really matter to them
Our latest Tenant pulse is focused on one of the biggest issues in Housing right now, rent consultation and rent setting. We are pleased to be able to publish our report to the public with our insights.
For some time now, digital has been changing how we interact within our communities and the pandemic has accelerated this even further. In this blog I want to focus on the 4 key areas that need to be reflected in all our engagement strategies
‘Surviving Squalor: Britain’s Housing Shame’ is a must watch for anyone with an interest in social housing.
Housing & LGBTQ+ History month
Groundwork North Wales giving advice about energy suppliers
Tip Treasures - visit to Swansea reuse shop
Future of tenant voice and participation in Wales
The Tenant Insight - March 2022
Tenant Engagement Standards Assessment (TESA)
Policy Updates - November 2021
Annual All Wales Tenant Voice: The Basics Matter
The Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016, which represents the biggest change to housing law in Wales for decades, will be implemented on 15th July 2022
How housing Associations in Wales are regulated: The regulatory framework
The Regulatory Board for Wales (RBW) has published its review of tenant involvement in Wales, 'The Right Stuff: Hearing the Tenants' Voice'.
TPAS Cymru's Management Board
The Board is the governing body of TPAS Cymru and consists of elected representatives from our membership plus other representatives from partner organisations. The Management Board, in collaboration with senior staff, decides strategy, priorities and policies and ensures that TPAS Cymru remain true to it's core values of promoting tenant participation in communities throughout Wales.
‘Renting Homes Wales Day’ – The countdown
Urgent message for Tenant groups: Shared owners need your help!
The second Annual National Tenant Survey
For Tenants in Wales - The Second Annual National Tenant Survey
Missed Out? Catch Up
Rents: getting transparency & accountability right
Officers Network January 2023
Tenants Network 17.01.23
Staff network – Renting Homes Communications workshop