A number of residents are trying to get the Residents Association going again and an Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday May 22nd 2018 at 7pm in Room 93 on P Level. It went into hiatus in April 2017 after 5 successful years. Review what the Residents Association achieved during the period April 2012 to February 2017. A refreshed constitution was approved towards the end of this period (constitution and code of conduct).
A resident association helps give a stronger voice to everyone, ensuring the views of all active tenants and leaseholders is heard more clearly by our landlord Southwark Council. A resident association can also apply for funding that goes towards social activities that strengthens our community such as a Christmas party. The Residents Association also manages the use of Room 93 on P-level which has a small kitchen and toilet and is suitable for meetings or social gatherings (hire contract and fire risk assessment).
The Residents Association also reviewed the erroneous schedule of cleaning that council were following for our block and reached agreement with Leon Williams at the council for a new schedule. This has been ignored and without a Residents Association cannot be easily enforced. Review what cleaning is meant to be done in the agreement.
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