Tells you where to get a copy of our 'Homing In' newsletter, annual report to tenants and tenants forum highlights.
Our Homing In newsletter for council tenants and council leaseholders is compiled and distributed three times a year by the tenant participation team and is edited by a group of tenant representatives.
Homing In contains articles on:
The following pdf documents are copies of Homing In for the last twelve months:
Homing In Summer 2017 (pdf 4mb opens in new window)
Homing In Spring 2017 (pdf 1mb opens in new window)
Homing In Winter 2016 (pdf 1mb opens in new window)
Homing In Summer 2016 (pdf 862kb opens in new window)
Our 2016 annual report to tenants shows how we have performed during the year, and also shows the results of our tenants satisfaction survey. The report now forms part of our Homing In newsletter. The following pdf document is our Homing In Winter 2016 which contains our annual report to tenants:
Homing In Winter 2016 (pdf 1.4mb opens in new window)
A copy of Homing In is sent to all tenants.
If you have any queries regarding the annual report please contact the tenant participation team:
Email: email@example.com Telephone: (01482) 396151
The council tenants forum meets at least four times a year to discuss and have input into a wide range of matters relating to our housing service. The following pdf documents are a summary of the minutes of the meetings during the last 12 months.
Forum Highlights January 2017 (pdf 266kb opens in new window)
Forum Highlights November 2016 (pdf 332kb opens in new window)
Forum Highlights September 2016 (pdf 463kb opens in new window)
Forum Highlights July 2016 (pdf 426kb opens in new window)
Forum Highlights May 2016 (pdf 295kb opens in new window)
Following the tragic events of the Grenfell Tower fire in London we have received a number of enquiries about the fire safety of flats within East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s housing stock.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council does not have any high rise tower blocks.
However, we have produced this information leaflet for those tenants and leaseholders living in Wilbert Court, Beverley, Kingston Rise, Willerby and Eastgate Flats, Goole, which are four storeys or more and considered medium rise flats.
None of the council’s homes have been externally over-clad using a rain screen cladding system similar to that believed to have been used in the Grenfell Tower fire in London.
The fire safety of flats within East Riding of Yorkshire Council's housing stock (pdf 1010kb opens in new window)