Nominations open for 2021 RBH Representative Body Elections

Do you want to make a positive difference for our communities and help support our tenants and employees to become the best that we can be? We’re looking for people like you to stand for election to our Representative Body and make decisions about how RBH is run.

Elections Website

We're on the lookout for tenants and employees who want to make a positive difference in their communities, as nominations open for the 2021 RBH Representative Body elections. 12 tenant and 7 employee representative places are available, and nominations are open until Wednesday 14th July.

Our Representatives are at the heart of RBH, and they are a huge part of what makes RBH different. They are custodians of our mission and values – making sure that RBH is in safe hands to pass on to our children and our grandchildren.

Don't take our word for it though - hear from our tenant Representatives Lynne Brosnan and Sue O'Donovan, and from our employee Representative James Coutts, about why they put their names forward and the difference that they have already made!

All RBH members are entitled to vote in the election and can put themselves forward to be a candidate. RBH tenants and employees who have not yet become members can still do so and take part.

For more information on how to get involved with the RBH Representative Body elections, visit RBH’s dedicated elections website at www.rbh.org.uk/elections.

Our Representatives have opportunities to make decisions and to influence the direction of RBH which are simply not available to tenants and employees in most housing associations. Being a Representative is a fantastic opportunity that can not only shape the direction of RBH but also help you to grow, learn, and gain new experiences.

Gareth Swarbrick RBH Chief Executive
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