To deliver a great housing service, we want to listen to our tenants, empower them to influence decisions and create opportunities for them to tell us what they think.
Our commitments are:
- All our tenants and leaseholders have the opportunity to get involved
- We work in partnership to ensure our housing service is shaped by the needs of our tenants
- Young people within Dacorum's tenant population have a voice and a positive influence in their local communities
- Our housing service is accountable to our tenants and leaseholders
You can read more about our commitments in our Get Involved Strategy 2016-2020 (PDF 1MB)
Getting involved news
Keep up to date with what tenant groups have been doing with our new newsletter.
Getting involved news - issue one (PDF 496KB)
Tenant and Leaseholder Committee
The Tenant and Leaseholder Committee meets quarterly to review key areas of the housing service. It will also be used as the formal part of any consultation process.
See below for minutes of the most recent meeting:
Minutes of Tenant and Leaseholder Committee meeting - 20 October 2016 (PDF 154KB)
Youth tenant involvement
If you live in a Dacorum Borough Council-owned property and your child would like to get involved, we run a Youth tenant involvement group for 9-18 year olds.
If you are part of a community or voluntary group, you may be eligible for funding. For more information about community grants, please see our community grant page.
Tenant Management Organisations
Local authority tenants have had a statutory Right to Manage since 1994. We do not yet have any Tenant Management Organisations (TMOs) in Dacorum, but we would support any of our tenants and leaseholders who would like to exercise this right. You would need the backing of your neighbours to look into whether this option might be right for your block or area. By following Right to Manage regulations your TMO could take over responsibility for managing housing services, such as repairs, caretaking, and rent collection. You can find more information about your right to manage on the Government website.
If you'd like to get involved, you can tell us which issues you are interested in by downloading and completing the Get Involved form (PDF 240KB) and then emailing to email@example.com.
We want all our tenants and leaseholders to have the opportunity to get involved. If you would like to, but you need help or support to do so, please contact us and we will be able to help.
Alternatively, if you have any new ideas that will help us to improve our service, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01442 228000 and ask for Tenant Involvement.