Leaseholders forum presents opportunity for a new voice

Hounslow leaseholders can find out more about repairs, service charges, estate maintenance and major works at the forthcoming leaseholders annual general meeting.

Published: Thursday, 16th November 2017

The leaseholders forum logo.

Hounslow leaseholders can find out more about repairs, service charges, estate maintenance and major works at the forthcoming leaseholders annual general meeting. 

The event will be held on Tuesday 28 November at Montague Hall, 30 Montague Road, Hounslow TW3 1LD, from 6.30pm-9pm.

The leaseholders forum is an independent, elected body of representatives of Hounslow leaseholders. 

At the event, there will be a chance to elect a new representative for the forum, who will be able to speak on behalf of all leaseholders on different issues.

Leaseholders who want to be considered for the role, should submit their name, address and contact details along with 30-50 words explaining why they think they would be suitable for the role. 

Details can be emailed to Ayesha Hameed. The deadline is Thursday 23 November.

At the forum, there will also be an opportunity to meet Council officers to discuss any issues and raise any concerns that may affect leaseholders. 

Councillor Katherine Dunne, Cabinet Member for Housing, Hounslow Council, said: “The Council works with over 3,000 leaseholders across the borough.

“This forum is a great opportunity for those individuals who have a passion for standing up for leaseholders and making their views heard. 

“If there is someone who believes leaseholders should have a say in the services they receive, then they should strongly consider standing as a representative.

“They will need to be willing to play an active role as a leaseholder representative, getting involved in the regular activity of the forum and to be able to provide feedback on what really matters.

“I urge all leaseholders to join in and get involved. We look forward to receiving your nominations and meeting you on Tuesday 28 November.”

For further details Community Partnership Unit 020 8583 2405