Influencing the council’s services
As a tenant of Norwich City Council, there are a variety of opportunities available for you to get involved in shaping the housing services you receive.
Perhaps you've seen our poster highlighting some of these opportunities and got in touch with us as a result?
Norwich City Council pride ourselves on putting our tenants the heart of housing matters and at the beginning of April 2013 we launched our new approach to ensuring tenants influence our service standards, scrutinise our performance and ensure value for money. This change means that our long-standing Norwich Tenants CityWide board has now evolved to become two panels.
- Tenant involvement panel
- The tenant involvement panel (TIP) considers housing policy and finance issues, including reviewing housing publications and considering rent and budget setting.
TIP Terms of Reference
- Tenant scrutiny panel
- The tenant scrutiny panel (TSP) scrutinises the housing services performance, influencing the setting and monitoring of targets and performance indicators.
TSP Terms of Reference
Annual review group
annual review group (ARG) exists to review the work of the two tenant panels. It
is made up of the following five members:-
tenant representative from the tenant involvement panel (TIP)
tenant representative from the tenant scrutiny panel (TSP)
member for housing
- Shadow cabinet for housing
- ARG Terms of Reference
reviews reports from the tenant involvement panel (TIP) and the tenant scrutiny
The ARG also reviews the TIP and TSP annual work plans
and reviews any alleged breaches of the code of conduct.
Click here to download the Norwich City Council tenant panels code of conduct (63 Kb pdf)
There are lots of ways of getting involved, either as an individual or part of a group. Some of these are listed below:
You can also fill in the tenant involvement postcard and email it to the address below.
Consultation and Involvement
Sheltered housing involvement panel (SHIP)
The panel consists of 7 tenants from Sheltered housing schemes, the new panel have been recruited to consider sheltered housing policies and procedures, and make recommendations for the benefit of all sheltered housing tenants to ensure continuous improvement to services provided by the council as a landlord.
To find out more about any of these opportunities, please contact the tenant involvement team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the customer contact team on 0344 980 3333.
Norwich City Council would like to take this opportunity to thank the members of the CityWide board for all their hard work over the last 11 years enabling us to improve our services.