Adur tenants invited to have their say in survey
Released: Wednesday, 26 July 2017
Council tenants are being invited to have their say about the service they receive.
Adur District Council is carrying out a survey among tenants and leaseholders of its flats and houses across Shoreham, Southwick, Fishersgate, Sompting and Lancing.
The survey will give the Council's Adur Homes service important feedback so that it can prioritise services based on what matters most to residents.
The Council, in line with other providers of social housing, has less to spend on housing under the Government's rent reduction policy, which requires social housing rents to be cut by one per cent in each of the five years from 2016 to 2020.
This makes the views of tenants and leaseholders even more important to help Adur Homes continue to provide a value-for-money service.
Councillor Carson Albury, Adur's Executive Member for Customer Services, said:
"We would love tenants and leaseholders to complete this confidential survey and tell us their experience of using the service that Adur Homes provides. What they tell us will help the Council plan its service for the next few years.”
“With the one per cent rent cut limiting what we can spend, we need to make sure that we focus our efforts on the right things.”
Adur Homes is writing to some 3,000 tenants and leaseholders inviting them to complete the survey, which is being carried out by an independent research company, by 17th August 2017.
As a thank-you, those who return the survey will be entered in a prize draw with the chance to win one of three £50 shopping vouchers.
See also: Adur Homes
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