- At the heart of resident involvement
- Managing and co-ordinating all involvement activities
- Drives continuous service improvement for existing and future Victory residents
- Ensures that the views of residents are listened to and residents can have influence across all Victory’s activities
- Protect the interests of residents through setting, monitoring and enforcing customer service standards, and influencing overall strategy and direction
- Promotes effective working between Victory residents, Board and staff
- Scrutinise performance reports, feedback and complaints reports
- Consider policy changes
- Representing Victory at regional and national tenant conferences, e.g. TPAS, EARS
- Induction training provided
- Out of pocket expenses paid
- Meetings, second Wednesday of each month 5.30pm-8.30pm in Victory Office (refreshments included)
- Additional opportunities available – Chair Task and Finish groups, offer resident perspective at staff groups, represent Victory at regional and national resident events
Composition and size
- RP will have up to 10 members including a maximum of 1 leaseholder.
- All Victory tenants (or someone living as part of their household at a Victory property), shareholders and leaseholders can apply to be a RP member.
- RP members are appointed on a fixed term of up to three years and they may serve a maximum of two terms (subject to re-appointment after each term). This allows a maximum term of office of six years.
If you would like to find out more or get involved please email us on email@example.com
For further information, download a copy of our "Residents Panel Recruitment Leaflet" below or contact us either by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0330 123 1860.