Tenants, Residents and Leaseholders Associations
Recognised tenants' organisations have rights to consultation on
decisions that affect them, for example:
- Changes to management policies
- Housing conditions
- Housing services
- Stock transfer.
They may also qualify for a council grant to
meet costs, and for practical help.
In order to qualify for recognition the
association will need to be able to show that it has:
- a constitution and officers, at least a
chairperson and treasurer
- meetings, including an annual general
- membership open to tenants and
A benefit for leaseholders is that a
recognised association has rights to consultation about service
charges, choice of managing agents and other decisions.
Although none of our TRLA’s are legally
recognised associations under law, we generally consult with them
as if they were legally recognised.
For more information please email email@example.com
or visit our Get involved pages.
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