The leading one-day event to help landlords and tenants achieve meaningful engagement that improves services, lives and communities
With the Social Housing White Paper reforming the way tenants influence services and strengthening regulation, every landlord will be looking closely at ways to improve tenant engagement.
Yet good landlords will already know that tenant engagement is not just a tick box exercise to demonstrate compliance. Meaningful tenant engagement can improve business performance.
Studies have shown that it can deliver better services, higher satisfaction and value for money. Tenants themselves benefit by building confidence, skills and making a difference to their wider community.
However, changing culture so that everyone understands the value of the tenant voice and experience takes time and strong leadership. How do we go beyond consultation and achieve equal relationships between landlords and tenants? How do we support tenants to shape and scrutinise services and hold boards to account?
The Tenant and Resident Engagement Conference is the leading one-day event to help the housing sector do this.
It will equip both landlords and tenants with the skills and knowledge to improve standards of engagement and deliver lasting improvements to housing services and communities.