Interim evaluation of tenant participation compacts

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Office of the Deputy Prime Minister , London
Housing -- Great Bri
StatementAldbourne Associates and IRIS Consulting [for the] Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Office of the Deputy Prime Minister., Aldbourne Associates., IRIS Consulting.
The Physical Object
Pagination42 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15969257M
ISBN 101851126724
OCLC/WorldCa54004010

SECTION 2. Tenant Participation Compacts – tools for effective involvement. This section describes the aims and objectives of compacts, their relationship to delivering better services under best value and investment in decent homes, how compacts can be used to involve everyone and what they mean for tenants, council officers and elected Size: KB.

Tenant participation: interim evaluation A research report said that the introduction of tenant participation compacts had raised the profile of tenant participation in many local authorities, and there was evidence to show that in many cases this was creating more equal partnerships between officers, members and tenants.

Tenant Participation Compact Aims. Through tenant involvement we will: • Improve housing services • Ensure best value for money and make quality investment decisions • Reach a wide range of tenants and housing customers • Develop inclusive and sustainable communities.

Tenant Participation Compact Objectives. Part One An introduction to Tenant Participation including details of the ways to get involved, codes of conduct, training, budget and tenant expenses.

Part Two. Welsh Assembly Government – Evaluating Tenant Participation in Housing Management and Design Contents Acknowledgements 1 Introduction 1 Background to the research 1 Aims and objectives 2 Methodology 2 Structure of report 4 2 Evaluation of other studies and good practice guidance 7. Tenant Participation Compacts have been introduced by the Government following consultation with national tenants’ organisations like TAROE (Tenants and Residents Organisations of England) and TPAS (the Tenant Participation Advisory Service).

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All CHDOs receiving HOME funding for their project must submit a Tenant Participation Plan. The following are elements of a successful Plan. The list is certainly. The DSD published its Tenant Participation Strategy and Tenant Participation Action Plan at the end of January This strategic document explores how social landlords and tenants can work together to improve Interim evaluation of tenant participation compacts book services.

It challenges all social housing landlords to be consistent and to increase the extent and effectiveness of tenant participation services in Northern Ireland. Tenant Participation came around due to the Housing (Scotland) Act Hi everybody my name is PAULINE,and I am going to give a brief introduction to what is involved in tenant participation.

Your local authority “South Ayrshire Council” along with their tenants is committed to making Tenant Participation work to help improve housing management and housing services.

The national framework for tenant participation compacts provides a toolkit to Interim evaluation of tenant participation compacts book councils and tenants agree and implement effective arrangements for tenant involvement in their area. This updates the original National Framework published in evaluation of the loan, as they would for any other loan of a similar nature including regular site reviews, where appropriate.

Each credit union participating in the loan syndication must ensure compliance with the requirements of section of the Act and section 56 of the Size: KB. Job Profile – Tenant Participation Officer Learn with us. Improve with us. Influence with us. - 1 - Page 1 - 1 - - 1 - Tenant Particiption Officer Typical purpose and objectives of the post To assist with the development and provision of Tenant Participation throughout a specificFile Size: 86KB.

for participation that landlords, in conjunction with tenants, can adapt to meet their local circumstances. To provide greater flexibility for both tenants and landlords, we have replaced the requirement for landlords to have Tenant Participation Compacts with the production of a Local Tenant Participation Strategy.

Monitoring and Evaluation of the Tenant Participation Strategy 25 Local Achievements 26 Action Plan 31 Appendix 1 - Our Tenant Participation Principles 38 Appendix 2 - National Standards for Community Engagement 39 Appendix 3 - Registration of Tenant Organisations Procedure 40 Appendix 4 - Jargon.

to, the guidelines set out in the 'National Framework for Tenant Participation Compacts' produced by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister*. Although the Government refers to 'Tenant Participation Compacts', the Council and the Federation believe that the description 'Tenant Participation Agreement' is more understandable to tenants.

S imon Godfrey's career in tenant participation first began when he was persuaded to take over as chair of the resident's association of his south Author: Debbie Andalo. We produce a summary of the Tenants’ Compact – please ask us if you want one.

If you would like more information about Tenant Participation or would like to get involved, please talk to a member of Tenant Participation Team one-mail: [email protected] or write to the Tenant.

available from the tenant participation team on telephone or by email request to [email protected] The Key to our Future: Hull City Council tenant Compact and Involvement Strategy is divided into five sections and each section is printed as a separate booklet.

Explain the legal framework for tenants’ organisations and tenant participation in Scotland and describe the best solutions for compliance for your circumstances Plan a community development intervention in one of the communities where you work and create opportunities for participation for individual tenants.

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through legitimate tenant organizations as defined in 24 CFR The Department believes that tenant participation is an important element to maintaining sustainable projects and communities.

This Notice addresses available sanctions and the use of civil money penalties as tools to enforce the Department’s commitment to tenant participation. Intent: The intent of evaluating progress is to maintain client communication and accountability, and to continue providing the most appropriate services to the client and family.

These services include not only case plan activities but program benefits. In a sense these five approaches are far broader than ‘community work’ – especially the last, service extension. As Thomas argues: The correct relationship is that community work is a contribution to each of these approaches and, perhaps more importantly, we need to be aware of the range of other contributions that are possible and desirable, and whose value may have been obscured by the.

participation via a random lottery, which in turn has been central to HUD’s ability to support rigorous research efforts to understand the MTO program’s causal impact on participating families.

Local Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) in each participating city recruited families through fliers, tenant associations and other means. Listing of all recently released Scottish Government publications including: advice and guidance, agreements, consultations, statistical reports, corporate reports, research findings, FOI releases, EIR releases and transparancy data.

Use filters to show results that match your interests. TENANT PARTICIPATION STRATEGY As indicated atpreliminary consultation has been undertaken with tenants, tenants’ groups and staff and from that initial consultation and research the attached Interim Strategy has been produced.

The Interim Strategy addresses a number of the initial findings of the research but,File Size: 8KB. Insurance Contracts, IFRS 6 Exploration for and Evaluation of Mineral Resources, IAS 26 Accounting and Reporting by Retirement Benefit Plans or IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting.

IAS 34 requirements are illustrated in our Guide to condensed interim financial statements – Illustrative Size: 2MB.

The appearance of Oscar Newman's Defensible SpaceÓ in signaled the establishment of a new criminological subdiscipline that has come to be called by many Crime Prevention Through Environmental DesignÓ or CPTED.

Over the years, Mr. Newman's ideas have proven to have significant merit in helping the Nation's citizens reclaim their urban neighborhoods.4/5(1). Public Housing Tenant Participation Policy (Approved ) Section Title Page 1 Preamble 1 2 Definitions 2 3 Application and Compliance 3 General Roles of LTO and BHA 4 The Role of the LTO 3 5 The Role of the BHA 3 Formation and Recognition of LTO 6 Formation and By-Laws of LTO 4.

Tenant Participation is about tenants taking part in the decision making process and influencing decisions about housing policies, housing conditions and housing related services. Participation or "taking part" can mean different things to different people.

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If Tenant Evaluation LLC materially breaches this warranty, it may, at its sole discretion, re-perform the applicable. The evaluation finds that while FSS increased participation in a range of employment-related services and support services by a statistically significant 13 percentage points, participants in the FSS program did not increase employment rates or average earnings in the first 2 years, but did experience small shifts from part-time to full-time employment.The Family Self-Sufficiency Program: A Promising, Low-Cost Vehicle to Promote Savings and Asset Building for Recipients of Federal Housing Assistance () Evaluation of the Family Self-Sufficiency Program: Retrospective Analysis (): a report describing the FSS program and the change in self-sufficiency among participants of the program.This study is a follow on from the recent study for Shelter.

This research has built upon the data from London landlords gathered for this previous research in order to examine the specific London effects in more detail, and has supplemented this with further surveying of London landlords.