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Council Housing Management Board

The Housing Management Board is a forum where tenants meet senior housing managers and councillors to discuss and influence the development and management of council housing services.

The role of the board

  • review our business plan
  • review our capital and revenue budgets on an annual basis
  • review draft reports on key decisions taken by the cabinet or council
  • consult and advise the Strategic Director on changes to policies, procedures and practices, as well as significant changes and development proposals
  • review high-level performance statistics

Aims of the board

  • work towards the development and improvement of our housing management role, including all landlord functions
  • contribute to the development of key policies, procedures, and practices
  • make sure we effectively deliver on our priorities and provide high quality services
  • contribute towards the delivery of neighbourhood renewal and regeneration
  • promote and assist in the creation of balanced and sustainable communities with a high quality of life where no one is disadvantaged
  • make sure tenants are properly involved in shaping all landlord services

Membership of the board

The Board includes:

  • Four Councillors
  • Senior Council Officers
  • Senior Forhousing Officers
  • Four tenant/leaseholder representatives
  • Two independents

The Housing Management Board may call on other staff as well as external organisations as required.

Putting a question to the board

If you want to raise a matter for discussion by the board, providing that it relates to policies or service developments affecting all tenants, please contact Tenant Participation by:

Written questions must be received at least three clear working days prior to the meeting.


The next Housing Management Board meeting will take place on Thursday 5 October.

Any meeting papers from previous meetings will be updated on this page.