We are committed to listening to your views and providing opportunities for residents to get involved in making decisions about housing in Salford.
We are always interested to hear what people think about housing and housing services in the city. We ask customers for their views when we are developing new services. We ask people what they have thought about services they have received so we can make improvements based on what they have told us.
We also involve local people in the development of strategies and policies. For instance, the development of a young person's housing plan involved a group of young volunteers who were trained and supported to undertake consultation with lots of young people in the city asking them what they wanted from housing in the future. A learning difficulties housing strategy involved carers and service users throughout the process of development. The consultation which took place also used ‘user-friendly' styles such as pictorial language and larger fonts to make it as easy as possible for everyone to respond to us.
We are also interested to hear your views on our web pages. Did you find what you were looking for? Do the pages contain the type of information you found helpful? If not, what was missing, what would you change? Please contact the Strategy and Enabling team with any views on our pages.
Housing and housing related services run consultations throughout the year on many different subjects. If you would like to be kept informed about any up and coming consultations, please email email@example.com.
Tenants of local housing providers and associations should contact their landlord for details of how they can get involved and have their say with their landlord.
Salix Homes has set up lots of new and interesting ways for tenants to get involved in their services, things like the Salix 600, fun days and community events. Go to Salix Homes - getting involved for more information.
ForHousing has many exciting ways for tenants to get involved including their first customer conference and involving residents in developing policies. Go to their ways to get involved page for more information.