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Together with Tenants: make sure that you have your say!

Don’t miss the chance to have your say!
 
The National Housing Federation (NHF) represents housing associations that provide homes to more than five million people across England. They’ve developed a draft plan to strengthen the relationship between housing associations and tenants. They’ve called this plan "Together With Tenants".
 
The NHF is asking for your views and the views of tenants around the country.
 
RBH is proud to support Together With Tenants, and we'd really like as many local people as possible to read this plan and give their views. The consultation closes on 19th April.
 
You can visit https://www.housing.org.uk/topics/together-with-tenants/ to find out more, read the plan in full, and complete the survey asking for your views.
 
 
Need more information?
 
The Federation is also holding a webinar (online video) between 3pm and 4pm on 8th April. This will give you more information about the plan and what it sets out to achieve. If you want to watch it on your computer or mobile device you can book on using the link above.
 
We want to make sure that everyone can get involved, so we’re holding a viewing session for those who aren't able to get online. Please get in touch with our Involvement Team on 01706 273898 for information about where the viewing session is taking place. We can cover the cost of reasonable travel expenses or in some circumstances arrange transport, so please get in touch if you’d like to come along.
 
Facilities will be available to complete the survey after the webinar.
 
Make sure you have your say before 19th April at https://www.housing.org.uk/topics/together-with-tenants/.

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